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post #1 of 6 Old 05-08-2013, 10:01 AM Thread Starter
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Constant regens

I've noticed lately my truck is doing a regen almost every time I drive. Seems a bit excessive or is it just me? Just short drives to and from work, maybe 20 miles a day.


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Constant short drives aren't good for diesel motors. Your truck probably isn't able to completely regen by the time it has warmed up and is then shut off.


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Constant short drives aren't good for diesel motors. Your truck probably isn't able to completely regen by the time it has warmed up and is then shut off.
^^^^^YUP.
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Mine does the sane thing with alot of short trips. I take it out on the interstate and run hella out if it so it can get hot and run full regen

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Go for a nice cruise and let that filter clean...then you should be back to normal (Normal as the B*LLSH!T regen can be).

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Figured it was something stupid like that. Think I'm going to start ordering parts to delete as soon as the warranty is up. Or I just feel like it lol


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