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V70 D5 Forced Regeneration???

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Old Nov 15th, 2020, 17:44   #1
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2009 V70 D5
Big miler (245k miles) that has been driving perfectly but the 'soot filter full' thingy has appeared. The power has been significantly reduced as a result but it is still driving. I bought the car almost a year ago and it has been faultless but a couple of weeks ago the warning came on. I don't drive the miles that a diesel needs. I do less than 10 miles a day so the car never really gets a chance to warm up. I took it for a 40 mile trip and I had it in 3rd, 4th and 5th gear to try and force a regeneration but it didn't happen.

Anyone in N. Ireland with the Vida/Dice equipment that could do a forced regeneration?

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Old Nov 15th, 2020, 21:56   #2
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a forced regen wont solve your dpf problems find out why its not automaticly regening it relies on a set off components to work together . egr valve dpf pressure sensor tempsensors ect. get some one to read codes and work from there
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a forced regen wont solve your dpf problems find out why its not automaticly regening it relies on a set off components to work together . egr valve dpf pressure sensor tempsensors ect. get some one to read codes and work from there
Would a plug in generic OBD reader give the codes or does it need something more specific?
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vida dice is the best code reader for volvos but there are others that can do similar snap on. launch autel ect . cheap readers can only give generic codes its usualy the more expensive ones that can read indvidual modules . whats your location? maybe a forum member will help you if they know where you are .
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vida dice is the best code reader for volvos but there are others that can do similar snap on. launch autel ect . cheap readers can only give generic codes its usualy the more expensive ones that can read indvidual modules . whats your location? maybe a forum member will help you if they know where you are .
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Where abouts in N.Ireland?
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Portadown
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I'll be in Armagh and Portadown tomorrow if you're about. Can plug the computer in and have a look.
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I'll be in Armagh and Portadown tomorrow if you're about. Can plug the computer in and have a look.
Just sent you a pm Dan
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there you go chris help is on its way . fourum power .
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