DPF regeneration captured

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carlus
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Joined: Sun Jul 13, 2014 9:15 am
Vehicle: MAZDA CX7 MZR CD 2.2 2010
Location: Spain

DPF regeneration captured

Post by carlus » Tue Apr 28, 2015 4:38 pm

Thanks to forscan for android I caught an automatic regeneration of the DPF.

It took about 10 minutes, the temperature of the DPF has reached 640 °C and even that has not been cleaned all the "PM" has not stopped car regeneration.

I find it amazing the information we can get with this tool.

Thank you very much.

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int0x13
Posts: 19
Joined: Wed Apr 08, 2015 9:57 pm
Vehicle: Ford Focus MK2 2.0L TDCI 136 remapped ECU

Re: DPF regeneration captured

Post by int0x13 » Wed Apr 29, 2015 11:48 am

hi, it seems that the mazad cars has a lot more DPF pids that my Focus.
Can you detail all the PIDs you are mentionning and their meaning.
Your graphics has no axis legend.
You should give the exported captured file so we can check your graphics.
Thanks.
I've done myself a DPF capture with my Focus, but the PIDs are totally different. I have no PID called "Regeneration required", so can only guess when there is a regen based on some other PIDs. Those PIDs related to regen on my PCM are:
EGT_Pre (pre catalytic temperature)
EGT_Post (post catalytic temperature)
DP_DPF (differential pressure between PRE and POST)
And i have no more PIDs related to DPF.

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