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Old December 16th, 2018, 00:42   #31
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Alvis, so far I've observed a sudden run-up in soot mass only once. In general, regeneration has become more irregular since the fix. The car is not waiting for the computed value to reach 23 gram most of the time.
740, that looks like it should work. Zaphod has a 2013 Canadian Passat, and on my 2012 US Sportwagon those addresses are correct as well.
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Old December 17th, 2018, 05:55   #32
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Alvis, so far I've observed a sudden run-up in soot mass only once. In general, regeneration has become more irregular since the fix. The car is not waiting for the computed value to reach 23 gram most of the time.
740, that looks like it should work. Zaphod has a 2013 Canadian Passat, and on my 2012 US Sportwagon those addresses are correct as well.

prefect I'll give it a try.
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Old December 17th, 2018, 09:48   #33
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My 2015 Beetle has had fix 2a and I just watched a regen happen with it on the way to work. Went off right at 24 grams.
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Old January 14th, 2019, 07:19   #34
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Has anyone figured out the PID for soot mass calculated?
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Old January 14th, 2019, 19:05   #35
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Has anyone figured out the PID for soot mass calculated?

Do you mean the PID or the equation? Pretty sure the generally accepted PID used in Torque Pro is 06b2. There are at least five variations of the equation in the "Reading Soot Level With Torque" thread and I have tried the same two you did with similar results, waiting for time to try the newer equations mentioned in posts #57 and #59. http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread...=464119&page=4 There is another thread out there that I cannot find at the moment where I found PIDS and equations to make a % gauge and a REGEN ON/OFF gauge. I tried them and they are right on the money, just today my % reached 100 and the REGEN ON/OFF (0/1) switched to "ON" (1) and my EGTs confirmed that a regen had just started. I don't see how the % gauge can be anything other than calculated soot mass because from my understanding that is the number that almost always starts a regen. They are very handy because now I only have to have 2 gauges and I know exactly when the regen will come.
I can't find that thread right now but as I recall it was started by diesl.

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Do you mean the PID or the equation? Pretty sure the generally accepted PID used in Torque Pro is 06b2. There are at least five variations of the equation in the "Reading Soot Level With Torque" thread and I have tried the same two you did with similar results, waiting for time to try the newer equations mentioned in posts #57 and #59. http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread...=464119&page=4 There is another thread out there that I cannot find at the moment where I found PIDS and equations to make a % gauge and a REGEN ON/OFF gauge. I tried them and they are right on the money, just today my % reached 100 and the REGEN ON/OFF (0/1) switched to "ON" (1) and my EGTs confirmed that a regen had just started. I don't see how the % gauge can be anything other than calculated soot mass because from my understanding that is the number that almost always starts a regen. They are very handy because now I only have to have 2 gauges and I know exactly when the regen will come.
I can't find that thread right now but as I recall it was started by diesl.
Yeah I have those equations. I'm looking for soot mass calculated so I can tell how much longer the regen will last. I just need any equation that lets me know that.
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Old January 14th, 2019, 19:28   #37
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Yeah I have those equations. I'm looking for soot mass calculated so I can tell how much longer the regen will last. I just need any equation that lets me know that.

OK I didn't even know it was possible to watch calculated soot mass reduce in real time
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OK I didn't even know it was possible to watch calculated soot mass reduce in real time
it does in vag dpf
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Can't find any equation that shows soot mass calculated.
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I have the equation for soot level measured. I'm asking if anyone has been able to get the equation for soot level calculated.
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Alvis, so far I've observed a sudden run-up in soot mass only once. In general, regeneration has become more irregular since the fix. The car is not waiting for the computed value to reach 23 gram most of the time.
740, that looks like it should work. Zaphod has a 2013 Canadian Passat, and on my 2012 US Sportwagon those addresses are correct as well.
So on our phase 1 emission fixed '15 Passat, the Soot showed it was a green good PID (when selecting the value to display from active PIDs) but the value it displayed in the gauge was blank.

Does phase 1 vs 2 make a difference in the calculation?
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Both of mine show blank too in Torque. Not sure how these have to be set up. Anyone have a pic of how the custom pids are set up?
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Both of mine show blank too in Torque. Not sure how these have to be set up. Anyone have a pic of how the custom pids are set up?
Here's all the PID that I'm using that works within Torque.
Name ShortName ModeAndPID Equation Min Value Max Value Units Header
VW Exhaust Temp 3 DPF IN 178 (((F*256)+G)/10)-40 0 1500 °C Auto
VW Exhaust Temp 4 DPF OUT 178 (((H*256)+I)/10)-40 0 1500 °C Auto
VW DPF Soot (Measured) Soot 06b2 ((R13<8)+R14)/100 0 30 g Auto
VW DPF % DPF % 018b (C*100)/255 0 100 % Auto
VW Regen Regen 018b Équation {B:0} 0 1 Auto
VW DPF Soot (Calculated) Soot 06b2 ((R40<8)+R41)/100 0 30 g Auto
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