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Default Searching the OBD command to initiate a DPF regeneration

Hi,

Need the community help to solve this long lasting mystery I just cant resolve.

I am trying to find the right code to send through my ODB dongle, so I can trigger a DPF regeneration my self. Without the need for a mechanics.
Pajero, 2008, Diesel, 7 seats.

Background:
When I get the DPF light on, sometimes I just cant make it in time to clear it by driving.
Then the light starts flashing and the check engine turns on.
At this point I have to go to the mechanics for a computerized triggered DPF regeneration.

The mechanics then just clicks on his OBD computer and triggers the Regeneration.
It takes about an hour of still standing, engine on, high RPM, and the DPF is cleared.
You can see the system he is using here :

1. This is the tool the mechanics use - https://i.imgur.com/eskV5QN.jpg
2. The KPI I am monitoring is "Soot loading by summation" - https://i.imgur.com/fO0m3lQ.jpg
3. And the KPI value over time is here (60 minutes) - https://i.imgur.com/PqBYrSV.png

Any idea ?

-- I found the instructions for Toyota, but it doesnt help. (see here - http://forum.canb.us/topic/105/obd-i...and-response/2)

Thanks
Gur
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I was under the impression this could only be done by a MUT III tool. Though I would like to be proven incorrect.
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Mut should just be an obd tool .

My shitty obd/bt $1 tool keeps reconfiguring my etacs computer to not blink the indicator lights when locking or unlocking. So it should be totally possible.

The cheapie obd readers are buggy.

Get a good obd reader and start investigating.

I started writing a windows uwp app to learn some commands that the car sends. In my Prius C I am pretty sure I know what command to listen for when the doors have locked, seatbelt warning light on, brake light on and maybe the steering wheel angle. I don't know how to Action them, just to read the values.

I've been sticking to viewing existing commands vs sending random stuff. I don't want to break my car.

Fyi: when the car is off, the obd bus still has commands flying about. Except to see them you need to use at ma because nothing is going to respond to the normal pids.

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Hi,

Need the community help to solve this long lasting mystery I just cant resolve.

I am trying to find the right code to send through my ODB dongle, so I can trigger a DPF regeneration my self. Without the need for a mechanics.
Pajero, 2008, Diesel, 7 seats.

Background:
When I get the DPF light on, sometimes I just cant make it in time to clear it by driving.
Then the light starts flashing and the check engine turns on.
At this point I have to go to the mechanics for a computerized triggered DPF regeneration.

The mechanics then just clicks on his OBD computer and triggers the Regeneration.
It takes about an hour of still standing, engine on, high RPM, and the DPF is cleared.
You can see the system he is using here :

1. This is the tool the mechanics use - https://i.imgur.com/eskV5QN.jpg
2. The KPI I am monitoring is "Soot loading by summation" - https://i.imgur.com/fO0m3lQ.jpg
3. And the KPI value over time is here (60 minutes) - https://i.imgur.com/PqBYrSV.png

Any idea ?

-- I found the instructions for Toyota, but it doesnt help. (see here - http://forum.canb.us/topic/105/obd-i...and-response/2)

Thanks
Gur
That device your mechanic uses is a US$1000+ system with annual software subscription, not a simple OBD dongle - here in Australia, the official website lists that system as "POA".

OBD is an industry standard set of commands that run on CANbus, manufacturers have their own proprietary commands on top. This is part of the difference between a simple code reader and a MUT3, and there are other products that fall in between. You can buy yourself a MUT3 for less than your mechanic's code reader.

For ways to trigger the regen on your NS, Stoneman is your best bet. Hopefully he'll see this thread within a few days.
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Some of the Icarsoft scan tools are supposed to be able to do DPF regens and these are around the $300 mark. HNMII is one model that does regens on Mitsubishi and the other is the JPV2.

I can't say I've actually tried it (I have the JPV2, but no longer have a DPF).
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Some of the Icarsoft scan tools are supposed to be able to do DPF regens and these are around the $300 mark. HNMII is one model that does regens on Mitsubishi and the other is the JPV2.

I can't say I've actually tried it (I have the JPV2, but no longer have a DPF).
Yes, it works well
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