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HOW DO I RESET CODES FOR 2010 D13 ENGINE FOR ATS REQUIRED DERATE ACTIVE.I ALSO HAVE SOOT LEVEL HIGH...--WHATS IS KEEPING MY ENGINE FROM REACHING PROPER TEMERATURE TO DO A SUCCESFUL REGEN

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Code Resets are done via a Code Reader.

High soot is caused by rich mixture.

Not reaching proper temperature is either a faulty thermostat, or the fan thermostat is broken and the fan is running all the time.

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