Stop Engine for regen

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  1. TurboBusa

    TurboBusa Bobtail Member

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    My light is on and beeping due to regen.
    2015 Prostar cummins ISX

    The dpf light came on and before I could make it to the next exit (5 miles) the stop light came on. I made it to the truck stop, but can't regen now. Says parked regen inhibited. The dealer is closed till Monday morning.

    How far till somethings happens like reduced speed? Is there a way I can get it to regen?
     
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  3. AModelCat

    AModelCat Road Train Member

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    There are a number of faults that, when active, will prohibit the truck from starting a regen.

    If you can provide any fault codes that are currently active someone might be able to point you in a direction to start looking.
     
  4. TurboBusa

    TurboBusa Bobtail Member

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    I've had this happen before. The aftertreatment is at level 5 and thinks it needs the dpf replaced. It does not. I looked into it and had insite and all. Removed the dpf & doc, had them baked. They said it was pretty low pressure to begin with and probably didn't need it. Did it aby way. Had to reset the dpf through insite and fixed the light. Then did regen and no more issue. I have a sensor going bad and it thinks it's clogged. I looked at the last 10 regens and they're right at 3.3hrs key on time between them.
    No point in letting it sit at a dealer waiting on backordered parts if I can reset, regen and keep going for another few hours.
     
  5. TurboBusa

    TurboBusa Bobtail Member

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    These are the last 10 regens
     

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  6. Goodysnap

    Goodysnap Road Train Member

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    3000* F DPF outlet temps????

    Regens are way too close together. But may be because of fault codes. The high temp reading, which is not rational is likely your SEL
     
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  7. AModelCat

    AModelCat Road Train Member

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    Darn near triple what they should be.
     
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