reading the pids correct?

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yelsac
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Vehicle: 2014 Ford Transit Custom 2.2

reading the pids correct?

Post by yelsac » Fri Oct 19, 2018 4:52 pm

Hi Just recently discovered Forscan & trying to get to grips with understanding it all correctly
I've had dpf problems since I bought my Transit Custom van about 7 months ago so wanted to find a diagnostic tool to perform a regen myself.
Then Had Forscan recommended as a way to do this with an adapter.

My Question is -On the PIDS for reading the DFP it comes up with DFP load 139% & DPF soot 125% does this mean that my dpf is over loaded with soot & on the way out or am I reading it wrong? Both load & soot have the same thing written after them except ones closed loop & ones open loop, what does that mean?

I only ask because I've only just had a static regen done about a week ago by a mechanic (I watched him do it)

denbo
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Re: reading the pids correct?

Post by denbo » Fri Oct 19, 2018 6:43 pm

Dangerous with that amount of soot load. Take it off and get it cleaned. A static regen could burn the car down. Very surprised your mechanic tried.

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