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How often regen? 2017 6.7

I recently purchased a 2017 6.7.i love it, it's AWESOME.I've put 800 miles on it since I've had it,,, the truck has 44k miles...it hasn't regen since I've had it?? Do I need to be concerned?? I'm new to Ford, I'm new to diesel..any suggestions appreciated
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I recently purchased a 2017 6.7.i love it, it's AWESOME.I've put 800 miles on it since I've had it,,, the truck has 44k miles...it hasn't regen since I've had it?? Do I need to be concerned?? I'm new to Ford, I'm new to diesel..any suggestions appreciated
How do you know it hasn't regen'd? Mine will regen about every 300-500 miles.

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I really don't know for sure,,,?? What I've read is that it will show me on my screen that's it's in regen or some kind of status will be on my menu???? And for me to not shut the truck off??? I'm also reading that there's a percentage gauge in the menu on screen,, but I can't find it, oil life, or anything but DEF besides diesel, air pressure, it's an XLT so not"loaded"
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To see the regen percentage screen it must be turned on. I used forscan to enable mine. My truck regens once per tank for the most part.

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I had the % screen turned on at the dealership (ford). You can watch for your mileage to drop during regen or you can kid of smell it as well.


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I had the % screen turned on at the dealership (ford). You can watch for your mileage to drop during regen or you can kid of smell it as well.
I have 8500 miles on my truck and have never seen a Regen happen. I watched the videos on it for driving and also while parked but have never seen this on my truck. It obviously does it but I have no current hints when its happening. I did have Forscan capability and followed the codes to add that screen but it didnt work for my vehicle.

I go in for a Oil change soon and will ask the service guy to install the screen so I can monitor it. Regarding the Regen smell a few days back me and the wife came home from a dinner out and I smelled what I could equate to a burning rubberish smell when I walked around the back end of the truck to go into the house. We have used the truck since and the smell is no longer there.

My idle wasnt any different when I parked (800) but it got my attention that it may have been in Regen mode so I went back in the truck and started it up. I couldnt find anything indicating it was going so after like 5 minutes I shut it back off.

So is that smell a hint that it was going on and if so I assume its bad to shut it off when its at a high burn temp? Sorry for the Newb question but its my first Diesel.

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The smell was it was in the middle of a regen when you turned it off. I wouldn’t worry about shutting it off in the middle of one. The truck won’t give you any indication that it is starting a regen. If you have the DPF status screen enabled you can see it is getting full and one will start soon but there is no screen that pops up or anything and lets you know it started.

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I don’t think the truck regens at idle. More on freeway speeds..


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I recently purchased a 2017 6.7.i love it, it's AWESOME.I've put 800 miles on it since I've had it,,, the truck has 44k miles...it hasn't regen since I've had it?? Do I need to be concerned?? I'm new to Ford, I'm new to diesel..any suggestions appreciated
No need to be concerned. It was Ford's intention that we not notice the regens.

However, since the truck is new to you are you sure it hasn't been deleted? That would also explain a no regen situation.
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I don't think it's been deleted,,, but idk?? Something for me to check,,, thanks
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