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V70 D5 Forced Regeneration???

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Old Nov 19th, 2020, 00:28   #11
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there you go chris help is on its way . fourum power .
Yes Simmy, Dan called to see me the next day and tomorrow he's gonna do a good check of the DPF pressure sensor and associated pipes etc.
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Well all seems to be good so far. I had a partial regen done this afternoon. It had to be stopped because the dash was saying that the engine temperature was too high (119c) and it said to stop engine. Anyway, the result was that the soot reading went from 44 to 13. The error messages disappeared and the car came out of limp mode instantly. As I drove off it chucked out a whole load of dust from the exhausts and it drove home perfectly. Here's hoping it stays in good shape but I really do need to give it an occasional motorway run to keep it clear. Thanks Dan!!

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the dust is all the ash from burning the soot out of the dpf. great news that you have had success with a re gen as it dosent allways work you must have caught it in time well done dan keep us posted with any change
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