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Old March 8th, 2018, 06:07   #25
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Location: Oxford Mills, Ontario, Canada

You don't need a highway run, just an app with your smart phone and a plug in obd bluetooth dongle telling you when the regens happen and let it finish before shutting down. City driving is fine, it just takes longer as each deceleration lowers the temps, constant driving is better but speed has nothing to do with it, just constant driving at any speed. The event happens every 500ish miles or depending on soot load (there are other factors but the distance and loading ones are the prime factors). I find on rural roads it takes a good 12 miles to run through a regen-a good 15 minutes of driving in those roads. It starts off within a half mile of driving in warmer temps...
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