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Date Registered: 02-2004
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As far as I know there are no buttons to forcibly initiate the DPF regen, the indicator is only there to warn you and let you know that a regen has failed.

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Date Registered: 06-2008
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It could be Nick.
What happens when you press it while driving?
We didn't get that button in Australia.

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Date Registered: 08-2013
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Hi Tony,

Actually, I'm not in position to touch it before I'll find out expected outcome as engine seems to run smoothly so far and there are no frightening lights on the dash (touch the wood).
I brought this wheels from Japan, so, it could be a different arrangement.
I'll keep asking local owners what is this button for and will post the results once received.

Cheers - Nick

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You just need to find out if it is actually a "button" that can be pressed or if it acts the same way we have the dash light, as it could be just that, an indicator rather than a button.

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I'm excited. Can't wait to hear what comes out of this....

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Hello guys,

I've just finished my phone call to another M9R X-Trail owner regarding DPF button. He confirmed his Japanese car has the same button as mine. He used to press it under way for several occasions, and DPF light was coming out on the dash each time he pressed the knob. With above button pressed no white smoke noted, no special sound of the engine, nothing at all he says. Once he pressed it again the warning sign dissapeared. Somebody may tell it is some sort of DPF warning lamp test button, but something makes me think it is regen control knob somehow. Will keep research posting results.

Cheers - Nick

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Can you speak with the service centre from a dealer, that will be the quickest way to find out.

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Hi Tony,

Thank you for advise, definitely I'll try them soonest opportunity.
Nearest dealer is about 370 km to drive, but they are almost useless as they sell a bit different arrangement X-Trails manufactured in Russian St.Peterburg. My car was made for Japanese domestic market as I mentioned before.
Best solution is to ask other owners here to clarify the matter. No worries, will fix that shortly.


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Like I said before Nick, we didn't get that button on the Australian diesel Xy's.
that's a fair drive just to ask a question, how about ringing them.

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I don't think there is any point in asking your local dealer, as the locally manufactured T31 diesel in St Petersburg wouldn't have this button anyway, so they would have no idea what you're talking about. You need to find someone in Japan to tell you what this button does if you don't want to explore that yourself.....I would have pressed it a long time ago by now emoticon emoticon

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