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I have a question I put a tune in my 6.4 yesterday road on it like for about 2 hours or so everything was good today the same thing till later on at night it said cleaning out exhaust filter is it suppose to do that it rev by it self when it's in park and it also blow out some white smoke
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I saw your post in the General 6.4 section as well. I believe you can't stack the DPF-R on top of the H&S street. I would put it back to stock and find a tuner that actually removes the Regen function before you burn up your motor.

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The white smoke is normal...sometimes...but as far as revving in park during regen, there was a recall a while back that addressed that issue. Revving in park during regen is what used to make these trucks shoot flames out the tailpipe

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