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That sounds about right. Mine has done two since i bought it a few months ago, so about two full tanks. Both within a month of each other. But that's because we haven't been able to drive anywhere and the fastest she gets to is 80kms at the moment to and from work (barely a few kms).

Heading away fishing on Friday after work, so should get a good clean out.
 

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Gauge is fitted. Was a bit worried when idle boost read 14.9, but i'm 99% sure that's absolute boost pressure (atmospheric), which would make sense as atmospheric pressure is read at around 14.68 bar. Which means i need to change the settings to read PSI instead Heaps of settings i haven't had a chance to play with as yet so will get to that when i can.

Also fitted a Forefront intake pipe. Actually picks up a lot smoother down low now the intake pipe isn't sucking itself shut.
 

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My understanding is that my D40 will examine the sensors on the DPF every 200-300km (some random point between) and given the other requirements, will conduct a burn if needed. Other requirements being engine and vehicle speed, temperature, load etc.
I was oblivious to when my D40 did a burn, except the very last one!
 
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Gauge is fitted. Was a bit worried when idle boost read 14.9, but i'm 99% sure that's absolute boost pressure (atmospheric), which would make sense as atmospheric pressure is read at around 14.68 bar. Which means i need to change the settings to read PSI instead Heaps of settings i haven't had a chance to play with as yet so will get to that when i can.

Also fitted a Forefront intake pipe. Actually picks up a lot smoother down low now the intake pipe isn't sucking itself shut.
Very neat.
Oh and enjoy the fishing.
 
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