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My dads got a 2010 lmm with about 10,120 miles bone stock minus the banks air intake got it before the urea also And it hasn't done a single regen. I've put most of the miles on it anyways. Tail pipe is clean enough to eat off of.. I'm not familiar with the cycle but shouldn't it have done the cycle by now? Dad and myself are kinda getting worried that its not working and it's clogging up and could cause future problems. I'm trying to get him to do a DPF delete and he's considering it. Could anyone enlighten me?
 

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What makes you think it hasn't done a regen? There are no indicators on the dash and generally you should not notice it unless you happen to slow down while it's in the cycle, the smell and increased rpms are what I noticed when my DPF was on.
 

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I haven't noticed a thing. No funny rpm change I was in a 08 during a regen and it was completely noticeable. So yes I could be wrong. Just want to make sure everything is ok
 

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Its done 15-20 regens already. Don't believe us? Find someone with a tech II and they can tell you exactly how many its done.
 

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Id believe you you guys over any techs around here
 

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Oops read that wrong. But yeah I have access to one but I'll believe you anyways lol
 

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If it hadn't done a regen by now it would be super clogged. It will regen every 400 miles, sooner if towing heavy.
 
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