2010 1.6hdi 3008 additive level too low help needed

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Re: 2010 1.6hdi 3008 additive level too low help needed

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GiveMeABreak wrote:
08 Sep 2020, 15:51
Do let us know the outcome.
The cars live data before going on a little run to try and do a driving force regeneration was:

at tick over
dpf pressure sensor: 6 mbar
soot:3.38 g/l
ash/cinder in the particle filter 100%

after trying to perform a driving regeneration which failed it would not perform one i am assuming this will be because certain parameters are not met like the ash deposited in the dpf ash/cinder reaching 100%

but on the way back home the car did a regen itself and after this the live data said

at tick over
dpf pressure sensor: 5 mbar
soot: 0.11 g/l
ash/cinder in the particle filter 100% (this did not change)

and distance travelled since last regeneration: 4.97 mile

i was going to have a go and try and get the scan tool to do a static regen but i have been reading online and when the ash/cinder load gets above 90% a force regen will not work
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Re: 2010 1.6hdi 3008 additive level too low help needed

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What is the car's mileage at present?

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Here a link to the live data after a force regen
These are stationary data readings



These are driving data readings
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Re: 2010 1.6hdi 3008 additive level too low help needed

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heres a link to the refill of the additive tank hopefully it may help some one

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GiveMeABreak wrote:
10 Sep 2020, 11:57
What is the car's mileage at present?
its currently at 106000 miles

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Ok, so I know that the DV6TED engines have an expected Particle Filter life of 180k KM or 111k Miles approx, so the current issues would suggest it is at end of life.

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GiveMeABreak wrote:
10 Sep 2020, 18:26
Ok, so I know that the DV6TED engines have an expected Particle Filter life of 180k KM or 111k Miles approx, so the current issues would suggest it is at end of life.
i just spent 10 minutes replying and i think i hit the wrong bloody button as its not showing up :lol:

yes you are right but after doing some reading on the pressure sensor data it is still saying its perfect so i have just told the ecu a new one is fitted so the data now reads 0% soot content and replacement needed at 111000 miles.

I think that if the dpf gets blocked that it will throw up a dpf pressure sensor code and i will then get it cleaned or replaced.

I am not a mechanic but love to give things a go myself but when i was looking for information on refilling the additive tank there was not a great deal on youtube and i know i am going to get a few neg comments on the video i have uploaded but i thought its worth it if i can manage to help some else, thats whats so great about forums like this and youtube it gives people more confidence to give things a go anyway im rambling now thanks for the advice you have giving on this and the injector (on a previous post)

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koikidder wrote:
10 Sep 2020, 20:03
i just spent 10 minutes replying and i think i hit the wrong bloody button as its not showing up :lol:
What you probably did was type your reply into the 'quick reply' box at the bottom of the page, then instead of hitting the 'Submit' button, you hit the 'Post Reply' button which takes you to the post editor and loses your typed text. I sometimes do the same thing. I must see if something can be done to make the mistake harder (disabling the quick reply box would be and easy solution).

However, if you find yourself in that position, the back button on your browser should take you back to the text that you were typing, which can then be submitted with the 'Submit' button.

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koikidder wrote:
08 Sep 2020, 20:17
Just a quick update the launch x431 did it straight away the amount of live data and active test you can do on it is amazing i reset the system and did an active test on the additive pump one to make sure it works and another to make sure the correct amount of fluid is getting pumped into the fuel all come back successful, however a was looking at the exhaust live data and the life span on the dpf is 400 miles it is 100% full of ash so i am expecting another fault code soon but i think i will try removing the dpf giving it a clean then telling the car it has had a new one fitted i will also watch the dpf pressure sensors just to make sure the pressures do not exceed the allowable limit.

What was the idea of buying launch rather than diagbox/lexia planet type clone? Does it crossover to other cars? Quite expensive?

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lexi wrote:
26 Sep 2020, 08:18
koikidder wrote:
08 Sep 2020, 20:17
Just a quick update the launch x431 did it straight away the amount of live data and active test you can do on it is amazing i reset the system and did an active test on the additive pump one to make sure it works and another to make sure the correct amount of fluid is getting pumped into the fuel all come back successful, however a was looking at the exhaust live data and the life span on the dpf is 400 miles it is 100% full of ash so i am expecting another fault code soon but i think i will try removing the dpf giving it a clean then telling the car it has had a new one fitted i will also watch the dpf pressure sensors just to make sure the pressures do not exceed the allowable limit.

What was the idea of buying launch rather than diagbox/lexia planet type clone? Does it crossover to other cars? Quite expensive?
Could you post a link to the launch scan tool please?

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Prices seem to vary from £170 to Over£700 depending on version....

https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_nkw= ... gIxi_D_BwE

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Thanks Marc hopefully the OP will post the link showing price. I bought the Delphi for £65 but it needs a laptop the little handheld is appealling