I still say to make them replace the NOX sensor. I am beginning to wonder about short trip driving. If the truck never gets to regen on a short trip or multiple shortie's then it would be never right. So, that said it seems that maybe some of us are never seeing the complete regen? I am a short commuter and am looking for input here. What say yea?
Sorry, missed this post the other day... the Nox sensor was replaced and I had the light come on right after I picked it up and turned out onto the highway. I'm pretty sure they heard the tires screaming when I turned it around and headed back at them.
I'm not too sure what to think about this one. When I drive it to work, I do drive short distances, but at the same time, I'd made a couple of longer trips and then hauled a tractor on a gooseneck the day before the light came on this last time.
He said they changed it already
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I see you're running a tuner. Did you get rid of all the emissions crap on yours? I hate to give up the warranty, but if I have to do this again, I'm seriously going to have to consider it.
ETA: Nevermind, I see you've put an exhaust on too, so I guess that answers my question. Are you happy with it?
If it never completes, it will give the message to "cleaning exhaust filter keep driving til message is cleared" message.
My truck also sees mostly short trips, and I've never had that message. I have had the regen continue for more than one day.
I've never seen that message myself. I have had it resume a regen the next time I drive it though.
Just got a call from the dealer. They tell me that they think the reason the light came on when I picked it up Friday was that they didn't recalibrate the computer after they changed the Nox sensor. Not too sure whether to call this BS or not, but at this point, I think it is pretty obvious which way I'm leaning on that debate.
I guess we'll pick it up this evening and see how long the orange lights stay off.