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particulate filter clog?

How common is this problem?

I had the truck chipped with a edge chip and I am thinking that it has caused the filter to get clogged.



Has anyone had a stock truck get a clogged filter?


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If you post this in the performance section, not the problems, I bet you'll get a better response. I think that I've heard people say that they will clog evenutally tho, and a chip/programmer that does not delete the DPF will only speed up that process.
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how many miles?

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30,000mi and the chip has been on since around 5000 mi
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i mean anything is possible but id say no,back to stock and to the dealer you go

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yes, i would say depending upon the problem it can be, not straight up clogged but when i had my edge and left it in the extreme in around town driving my turck would go into regen atleast 2 or 3 times a fill up, then when i was driving to colorado my truck had a hug lag!,, 3 days later i was pulling my 30ft enclosed trailer with 2 atvs in the tow tune, my truck went into a shut off mode... there i was 4 miles out of town with my trailer( but i had my 4 wheelers ) i guess my egt had gotten to hot,, it was right after a regen cycle and i was going down hill and my truck gave me the ull over safely alert on the dash,, i wound up disconnecting the batterys for an hour to reset the ecm, the tow truck was pulling up as i fired my truck back up. hope this helps, and so caution if you use the edge ( or any dp tuner) always let your truck finish the regen and i would only use the chip on the highway when it can be burned straight out!

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just take the dpf off

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Airaid intake, black max, 5" turbo back (dpf delete)off road only ofcourse
Tint, brushgaurd piaas, hid upgrade, piaas in the back, piaa fogs, lots more and more to add. Any suggestions?
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those things are trash but keep it just in case you need to do a test or something,put it on go down a dirt road and then to the test

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