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Date Registered: 10-2011
TOTAL POSTS: 51
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What happens when the DPF regenerates?


Had a few instances when going on a freeway, revving over 2000 rpm that my cruise control switched off (and SET started flashing) and the engine performance dropped. When I stopped and restarted the car, performance was back to normal. After a few minutes this happened again. Another restart and all normal since then. No warning lights such as DPF or MIL came on. Was this a regeneration taking place? If so, what is the best way to go to complete it?

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Nomad

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Date Registered: 08-2011
Location: Lalor Park, NSW
TOTAL POSTS: 1663
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Re: What happens when the DPF regenerates?


I don't think the cruise issue has anything to do with the DPF regeneration. There is another thread about your issue here.

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Date Registered: 10-2011
TOTAL POSTS: 51
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Re: What happens when the DPF regenerates?


Thanks for that, that is it exactly.

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