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Thread: Is an MHD that's had the recall Pulley/Belt change work done a good idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinger View Post
    Thanks RIS.


    Re burn/cycle. A DPF can if the driving conditions suit it, never have to go through a 'burn cycle', an active re-gen. Passive re-gen is the working model where the heat in the exhaust stream is sufficient to keep the DPF clear (ongoing passive re-gen). Only when driving conditions deviate from the requirements for passive re-gen does active re-gen become necessary.
    And on that note mine has never gone into active regen and it rarely does anything. I have been running it for maybe a year (old git here, can't remember).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eryc View Post
    Is an MHD that's had the recall Pulley/Belt change work done a good idea?
    No. Not in the slightest.
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