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Thanks - I'll look into this.With FORScan, you can surface the checkbox in the IPC to disable regens and push past the 300 mile auto-regen.
Well since last oil change according to monitor will be barely 3k since before another they will be tracking oil consumption at next one and are going to sample for fuel in oil has anyone had there ecm reflashed with the new emissions program threw my mpgs in the toiletI don't go strictly by the IOLM, especially for the first change and my pattern is 70% city, 30 highway. Here is what I did: First change, 1,418. Second, 4,953. Third, 7,864. Fourth, 13,800. Fifth, 17,700. These were over a 2 year period. Pretty sure about half those changes would have been adequate.
I run fords cetane booster with every fill up and OX fuel additive I go threw very little DEF fluid and my regens are very minimalEverytime you regen, or do a partial regen, the computer subtracts about 3-4% off the life of your oil, so if you're doing lots of stop and go city driving, your oil life is significantly reduced according to the meter.