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Old 10-14-2012, 08:11 AM
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Engine damage from DPF cleaning process?

Can someone explain the process for cleaning the 6.7 DPF? Is it similar to the 'regen' of a 6.4 cleaning of the DPF and does it put the 6.7 exhaust valves and turbo at risk of damage?
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Here's some good reading http://www.motorcraftservice.com/vdi...DOBDSM1202.pdf
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Originally Posted by dslbrnr View Post
Thank you.
page 54 - .."using in-cylinder post injection to achieve regeneration, not external exhaust injection". So anyone able to explain that in relation to how the 6.4 regens? Is it similar? If so then all more reason to say goodbye DPF/etc before the engine / turbo is cooked.
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