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You need to put thermostats in it first.
The 2463 indicates the filter has accumulated it's max level of uncleanable soot.
There's a pressure sensor code there, (2452) have a look at the sensor on the DPF at the front, betcha it's melted. Seen a bunch of these melted.
Replace that sensor if it's melted (its either melted or dinked, there's a circuit concern, or unhooked based on that code), and put thermostats in it and see if it will regenerate. It likely will not at this point based on the 2452 code, because the PCM can't see the pressure in the DPF.
You should still be covered under powertrain/emissions warranty I would think as long as you're under the mileage requirements.
Hope this helps. Let me know if you need any more help.
You may need to remove the DPF and have it cleaned at a cleaning facility, or replace it, based on the 2463 and not knowing any more info about the truck.
Even if you do get it to regenerate at this point I think you are still going to have issues down the road. Every truck I've worked on that's thrown a 2463 has needed a DPF not long after ANY diagnostic repairs were performed.
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