How often is your diesel regenerating?

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For about $50 you can monitor everything you want to with an OBD Bluetooth reader and the OBD Fusion App or the Torque Pro App.





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I have 5 regen's in 3700 miles. Almost all highway driving so far. I imagine it'll regen more often once my city driving picks up.
 

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2 regens in 1500 miles, so averaging one in about 700-800 miles. Mostly highway driving.
Silent active regions of course, and found out through Scangauge. My soot level increases by 2-3% everyday with a 25 mile daily run.
Average MPG: 26.8
 

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damn had my diesel for 3k miles and this is the first time I hear about regen....
 

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How often is your diesel regenerating?
I wish I knew. I do not have a scan tool and the regens are transparent to me, the driver. Everything seems to be working OK, so I don't have a need for a scan tool at this time.
 

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damn had my diesel for 3k miles and this is the first time I hear about regen....
That is the way it should be.
 

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If you drive daily at highway/freeway speeds for 15-20 minutes, I do not think you would ever need to monitor the regen process. For people who predominantly drive in town, a monitor is going to be a good investment....IMO.
 
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For people who predominantly drive in town, a monitor is going to be a good investment....IMO.
Agreed. If only to make sure that you don't switch the engine off mid-regen. There are no dash warnings from the Jeep itself. Until the DPF is hopelessly clogged, that is. I would suspect that that happens if the Jeep is repeatedly shutdown when regenerating, and there is no chance to ever clear itself.
 

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13,300 miles on 37s And a lot of aggressive driving. I’ve never seen that message. :)
 

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13,300 miles on 37s And a lot of aggressive driving. I’ve never seen that message. :)
You will probably never see the messages if you drive mostly highway with an average of 10 - 15 miles per trip.
Once soot reaches 80%, active regen occurs and you won't notice it. It is only when you make short trips all the time with many interrupted active regens leading to soot reaching near capacity, you will get the warning.



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Does anyone know if the Tazer mini allows you to view/access regeneration information?
 

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