Do you know what to look for when the DPF lights come on?
New technologies have changed the way trucks are engineered, and driving/maintaining them require a new set of skills that relate to all the new technology. How do you know what to look for when the DPF lights come on?
The DPF traps the exhaust particulates, and it is not a disposable item - a new one may cost up to $300. They must be periodically cleaned to maintain their fuel efficiency. The DPF warning lights might be solid or flashing when they come on, indicating two different concern levels.
The DPF status light is on steadily.
The DPF status light is flashing.
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This Page's Information was Last Updated on August 2, 2015
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