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Date Registered: 08-2012
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Nissan changed spec on the M9R engine oil quite some time ago (more than 12mths) from C3 to C4.

Interestingly, they haven't bothered to directly communicate this to vehicle owners, only dealers, which means that for those who are having services conducted outside the Nissan Dealer network, that their warranty may be voided in the event of any engine related claim due to the use of oil which "fails to meet manufacturer recommended specifications."

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Date Registered: 10-2011
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Strangely, when I got my car serviced by a Nissan dealer today for her 70,000km service, they put C3 in her.

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Date Registered: 08-2012
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Exywarrior wrote:

Strangely, when I got my car serviced by a Nissan dealer today for her 70,000km service, they put C3 in her.



I'd be going to see the service manager and asking why.




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Yeah... probably not for me. I've done 90,000kms - no DPF light ever, and only 1 regen (after 2 days of 4WD'ing, I hit the highway and the car went into a burn)



Hi,

Just going through this thread and came across this post. I have been driving diesels fitted with DPF for a long time and if the DPF has only done 1 regen in 90,000 kms, then something is wrong. I suggest that you have only managed to see one regen occur and the many other regens that would have occurred must have passed without notice.

A regen is part of the normal operation of a DPF. If they are not occurring regularly, then your DPF will fail.

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John



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Hello everybody,

To make a long story short, I've had problems lately with the DPF of My T31 Diesel X-trail (M9R engine).

About two months ago I had a DPF issue after having driven on about 200 km of mountain road.
Failure to reach a highway or a long straight road in time made the engine light come on some short time later.

When I got back home, I went to my local garage where they cleaned up the DPF using a hydrogen based method, and the DPF light was reset. But not the MIL, which is still on...

I since have driven about 600Km, the DPF light has not come back and the car is running like a charm. I did some highway at relatively high revs (over 3000rpm), no acceleration issue whatsoever.

Except that the MIL sas still on, and the speed regulator was inoperative (the "set" light blinks when I turn it on)

I went back to my garage where they plugged in their diagnostics computer and it read the following DTC :

P1435, number of failed regenerations over the limit.
My mechanic told me that the light would disappear by itself in about 200Km.

Then I went on holiday, and I drove about 1500km (95% on highway).
A perfect normal drive, without any power loss whatsoever, and the DPF light did not come on again.

But contrary to what my mechanic told me, the engine light did not come off.
It still reads P1435.

I asked my Nissan dealer the other day, and they will just not reset the code.

The tell me that they must do a forced regeneration, even if the DPF is clean.

This will cost me 390€ with an oil and oil filter change.

Are they bullsh.... me ?

That is really bad luck, as my mechanic did an oil and filter change two weeks ago, just before I went on holiday, and that cost me already 180€ !!!


Second question.

Do you know if the active regenerations still happen when the P1435 error is on or are they "blocked" so the DPF can clog up again faster ?

My local Nissan dealer was unable to answer my question. The guy was fairly unhelpful and looked like he had something else to do.
I got the same result calling the regional Nissan dealer : "Sorry, we don't have this information".

Thank you
Best regards
Axel

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Date Registered: 10-2017
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Hi Nick.
It is clearly written on my sun visor if you read Japanese.
It basically states....
1 once the light comes on, on the dash, park up with engine running, out of gear.
2 push the button. Revs will increase to about 2000 for about ten months mutes
3 once revs drop back to idle, job done, turn button back off

I have a t31 2008 manual diesel and find the more I idle the quicker the clean cycle ones around

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