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Old 07-30-2018, 06:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Doug Huffman View Post
There have been no credible reports of a successful BMW DPF cleaning in the US.

OTR tractor DPF are intended and designed to be frequently removed and cleaned, not so the BMW. The soot and ash mass are of fully reduced chemically inactive stuff impervious to solvent solutions. The only cleaning that might be effective is further reduction at high temperature with further physical removal by heated air pressure blast and mechanical agitation.

Has there been creditable attempts?

There is a lot of talk about it, but I don't recall anyone on this list ever trying to get one cleaned.
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