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    Quote Originally Posted by cschlue View Post

    Last edited by Uwe; Yesterday at 08:18 PM. Reason: QUOTE -> CODE
    thank you, I looked at how you modified - makes total sense now. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by m87a View Post
    if they see a tune...
    What would they look for or see, now that I swapped the program/tune back to stock?

    What would they point to, to identify I had a tune on it in the past?

    The car also went through 50% more DEF last service, they just filled it and sent me on my way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cschlue View Post
    to identify I had a tune on it in the past?

    The car also went through 50% more DEF last service, they just filled it and sent me on my way.
    go to Advanced ID 1A or advanced identification on 01 Engine
    check
    FLASH STATUS
    Programming Attempts 2 (number of times how many times was module flashed)
    Successful Attempts 2 (number of times how many times was module successfully flashed sometimes this is lower that attempts )

    hmmmm.. you can use that

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    Quote Originally Posted by m87a View Post
    go to Advanced ID 1A or advanced identification on 01 Engine
    check
    FLASH STATUS
    Programming Attempts 2 (number of times how many times was module flashed)
    Successful Attempts 2 (number of times how many times was module successfully flashed sometimes this is lower that attempts )

    hmmmm.. you can use that

    wow... clearly discoverable.
    very good to know.
    thank you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cschlue View Post
    wow... clearly discoverable.
    very good to know.
    thank you!!!
    Except that some tuners have figured out how reset the flash counters.

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    Did you ever find out the issue?
    I have these same code showing up but for a stock car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiluspyder View Post
    Did you ever find out the issue?
    I have these same code showing up but for a stock car.

    Sorry for the slow reply... I have been dealing with it slowly based on shop availability.

    The short answer is, negative!

    I have had two visits to a local shop that sells the tune and spends plenty of time on diesels.

    We have confirmed, there is a DPF and it has substrate... it's not missing the filter.
    We found a clogged exhaust pipe, small metal tube around the turbo. Cleared and no change.
    Car is back to fully stock 100%.
    Same independent shop spent a second day debugging in stock; with no luck identifying the culprit.

    More to come; I will update as I get more time debugging.

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    I read this thread diagonally... but I assumed you flashed the ECU (for more power) with the DPF still installed.

    If what I said is correct... fitting more power with a DPF still installed is not very good because it will be clogged extremely fast.

    Now imagine if the tune file is for more power and assuming the DPF is removed. This means that no more regens will be performed.

    So, my both hypotheses point to a blocked (or even destroyed) DPF. I believe that there is no turning back to save the DPF.
    Vasco Ferraz

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