Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: East Idaho
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let it idle for a couple minutes when you get where you're going to burn off any extra fuel and see if it happens again when you leave.
Always a good idea to let your truck cool down, especially when interrupting regen which didn't complete (if so, your DPF is probably up in the 11xx-12xxF range). The idea of burning off any extra fuel from an interrupted regen seems very important as well.
It's been my experience (in my 2010 6.4L) that a paritally complete regen will *partially* clean the DPF and the truck will not immediately go back into regen after a full stop, but it will re-enter much sooner as the DPF takes less time to reach the trigger back-pressure for another regen.
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F350 SRW 6.4L 3.55 CrewCab FX4 SB KingRanch - built Jan 2010 - bought new Dec 2010
"You can set my truck on fire, roll it down the hill, and I still wouldn't trade it for a Coupe d'Ville."
Rant: Do you know what you actually pumped into your tank on last fill-up? (cetane level, fuel quality, water, etc)
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