Originally Posted by senix
Pulling the dpf off like that without a tuner will put the truck into regen. That means you will have raw fuel puring out the exhaust and then down the truck and road.
How much I do not know.
What you really need to do is take it in for a diagnostics.
They can command the turbos and check the pressures and the DPF as well.
That would be the best way to determine the issue.
Just my 2 cents.
We were figuring if you just pulled the DPF back from the forward part of the exhaust a little it would still get enough heat to not go into regen, think that will work? The only problem is he can't get it to a place to check easily, it's around 600 miles to the nearest place he said.
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