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How do perform a regen on a 2.0 ltr 175 Giulietta cheers
I’m having it serviced tomorrow will they do it
 

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You can force a regen through software like multiecuscan, but you shouldn't need to do it because it prompts and carries out a dpf regeneration when it needs to so why would you need to force it to do so?
 

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You can force a regen through software like multiecuscan, but you shouldn't need to do it because it prompts and carries out a dpf regeneration when it needs to so why would you need to force it to do so?
Agree with above. Not a part of a normal service. Have you had the relevant symbol light up on the dash? If not, it really isn't necessary to do a forced regeneration and even if it has the normal 'self-induced' regeneration should do the job. Various pressure sensors should indicate how blocked the DPF is if multiecuscan, or similar, is used. Normally the only way you may notice that the regeneration is in progress is that fuel consumption increases noticeably.
 

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Exactly. Dependant on your driving habits: Short/long trips - it has probably regenerated countless times.

Unless you are remapped and are trying to hide any potential warranty issues ;)
 
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