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I would like to know if the insight cts will monitor EGT's with the stock sensors.
Also is it able to do a man regen on a 2011 6.7 L .
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According to the website it'll monitor the following:
Ambient Air Temp, Accel Pedal Position, Barometric Pressure, Battery Voltage, Corrected Speed, Dist. Between Regens, Dist. Since DTC Clear, Dist. Since Regen, DPF Pressure, DPF Soot Mass, DTC Count, EGT Post DPF, EGT Pre DPF, EGT Post Turbo, EGT Post SCR/Pre DPF, Engine Coolant Temp, Engine Load, Engine Oil Temp, Engine RPM, Engine Run Time, Fuel Level, Fuel Rate, Gear with Reverse, Gear with TCL, Intake Air Temp, Manifold Abs Pressure, Mileage Coach, MPG Instant, MPG Average, Nox PPM, Regeneration Status, Reductant (Urea) Level, Time 0-60, Time 1/4 mile, Torque, Torque Solenoid Pressure, Trans Temp, Turbo Boost
As for the manual regen, I can't answer that but I have a good guess that no you can't do a manual regen with it.

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Not sure if anyone ever answered this for you but it does have a manual regen.

I have only tried it once but it makes the RPM go up to about 2K+ and it starts spewing out white smoke instantly.

I wouldn't do it in your driveway unless you want to hose it off afterwards.


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Where did you find the manual regen option? And yes cts will monitor all 4 egt sensors

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It is under the diagnostics menu.


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Cool thanks, Ill have to check that out, although the less regens the better I did notice at one point with a ton of city driving my dpf load got up to about 95% and my mpg went to ****. This would have been good right about then. For some reason mine seems to regen based on distance traveled, I can pretty much expect when its going to regen, atleast within 100 miles, which doesnt make sense to me because driving conditions are constantly changing...

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Thanks for the reply's. Installed my cts this week.i am monitoring egt1 and 4.
What king of temperature are you seeing at normal driving conditions?
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i monitor 1 and 4 to, regular city stop light driving i see 450-550 on 1 and 4 is usually 50-75 less, if I do a WOT run through a few gears I can see around 650-675 on 1 and usually 4 is pretty close to it if not equal. Never seen anything higher then 700 yet. Regens you can see 1000, that gets exciting.

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