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If your truck is having issues at 35* something is wrong. That is not cold. I drive my truck after sitting outside in 10-20* weather a lot with no issue. I have driven it in 9* with no issue. Doesn't matter what the DPF screen says. It still drives normal. My DPR filter screen goes in 5% increments. I have never seen 99%. I have pulled my 5th wheel when it is 10* outside after sitting all night with no weird issues. Just take it slow until everything warms up and its happy. It doesn't hold up at 35-40 mph. I don't warm it up either. I just get in turn it on and go. Don't go out and floor it right away but it should smoothly and gradually accelerate about 40. I don't think the truck will regen until it gets warm so i don't think it was regening as soon as you started. But I'm not sure about that.
2017 F350 6.7L 4x4 FX4 SRW CCSB Lariat Ultimate
Soldó2002 F350 7.3 4x4 SRW CCLB. GTP38R, PIS 175/80 injectors, Sam Wyse Stage 2 Trans, 6.0 cooler, Banks Intercooler, 4" Turbo back Exhaust, PHP tuned TS 6 position chip, CNC 4 Line feed, HPOP and HPX Lines. International bellowed up pipes. AFE Stage 2 Intake w/ Dry filter. Banks exhaust brake and smart lock. Hutch/Harpoon mod, 910 Valve springs, Billet intake plenums. Firestone airbags. Trailready full guard front bumper. PIAA Driving and Fog lights. Micky Thompson Wheels.
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