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    I just checked it has DPF and one oxygen sensor at the beginning, I
    tried to post a picture, but I was not able to do so, its asking for an URL, but it comes from my files, desktop.

    The DPF looks original not tampered with, the strange thing is it has an oxygen sensor with heater in the beginning, but it has no exhaust gas pressure sensor and no exhaust gas temp sensor. But the service manual indicated these 2 items. So now I am totally confused.

    Most of the time this car is running fine, but once in a while, when idling putting load on, like power steering, AC. and put it in reverse makes that engine will stall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerberauto View Post
    I tried to post a picture, but I was not able to do so
    The thread: How to Post Pictures may be helpful.

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    I watched a YouTube video a while ago showing diagnosing a problem in Measuring Value Blocks.

    Its shows the Label File: at the top. The lbl filename is shown in blue if you click it, it shows all the measuring block numbers that can be shown for that component.

    I've searched for this video but I can't find it.



    This one shows the lbl file in blue, my lbl files are shown in black.
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    I believe the way this works is that the label file is shown in blue and is clickable if the label file is plain text ("open source") .LBL, whereas it's black and not clickable if it's an encrypted .CLB file.

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    Ok Uwe that verified there are 752 CLB files and 1,431 LBL file install with 17.1.
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