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Am I not seeing the message

Ok so I bout my truck a week and a half ago and have put almost roughly 800 or so miles on it. I have not once seen a "drive to clean exhaust" message on the dash. I was just wondering about how long the intervals are in between regens? Or if I'm just missing the message. Most of my driving is above 50 mph on back highways. Thanks in advance for any help

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On mine the message would only pop up on the dash for a second then went away. The way I knew it was under regen is I could hear the injection event. With the radio off I could hear the diesel being injected into the #7/#8 cylinders. I could hear the spray.
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I've not heard it any but who knows. I'm mostly deaf in one ear so I don't hear a lot lol. Thanks for the reply. Hopefully I can get all that crap outta the truck soon anyway

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I thinks you can cycle through the message's and it will display it. If you know when to cycle through.



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yeah mine will say 'drive to clean exhaust filter' if you're under a certain mph or parked. then it will say 'cleaning exhaust filter' flashing between that and whatever other message is up every 5 sec or so.
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yeah mine will say 'drive to clean exhaust filter' if you're under a certain mph or parked. then it will say 'cleaning exhaust filter' flashing between that and whatever other message is up every 5 sec or so.
This is what I thought. The first 6.4 I test drove was in regen the whole time with the message "drive to clean exhaust filter" it was quite disappointing. I'm just hoping maybe it's not an issue and gonna cause a problem before I can get everything deleted

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