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Hey were can i get a dignoistic system that i can plug into my laptop and to my car

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Click on the link below to purchase the Digimoto tool and software

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Hi i have honda accord 2009 diesel have dpf problem. Now replaced by honda but dpf check system light comes after few hundred miles. Nothing comes in their dignoistic machine plus out side temperature...

I don't know much about the diesel particulate filter system yet other than what I have read.

All the articles on the subject I have seen so far indicate the trigger for starting the automatic DPF cleaning cycle is excessive exhaust back-pressure. When the pressure sensor in the exhaust detects excessive pressure the engine management values are changed to make the exhaust very hot and a special solvent from an on-board reservoir is forced into the system and the cleaning process of the DPF is underway.

The articles suggest topping up the reservoir of special solvent is a routine service item. Anecdotal evidence suggest neither the cleaning process or the topping up are automatic or routine but rather another way for dealers to rip-off customers.

When the cleaning process no longer restores minimal back-pressure the DPF must then be replaced at what anecdotal evidence is a very high cost.
I could be wrong but I suspect before the engine management system recognises excessive back-pressure to be a problem and record it as a fault it would have to record a certain number of instances in a certain time-frame and if that criteria isn't being met there will be no faults stored.
Certainly this is a case for an obd recorder to be fitted to your car to record the live data which can be analysed by the dealer later.

I speculate the pressure sensor, wiring or connectors might be faulty or inaccurate or you really do have a back-pressure problem, either because the DPF they fitted is faulty or of poor quality, the work is of poor quality or because there is something wrong with the rest of the exhaust system.

Personally, because I have experienced back-pressure problems increasing during a journey being caused by exhaust silencer boxes I would start by removing everything rear of the DPF and give each part a shake and compare the weight with a new one of the same type.
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I would need to refer to a wiring diagram and an overview of the engine management system to form an opinion whether the exterior temperature indicator is a coincidence or is linked.

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