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Old 25-05-11, 11:11 PM   #1
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Default peugeot planet success!!! how to do a regen?

Hi everyone,

i just have to let you all know how chuffed i am to have got this working after 2 months of pain!...turns out it was the interface which was dodgy all along and i thought it was a software issue.....

anyway.....my car needs a 'regen', as Halfords have fitted it with a new dpf filter........ after i had just gone and gutted the bloody thing......anyway now it needs a 'regen' apparantly, so how do i do this?

would really appreciate your help/guidance for doing this,

thanks!
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Old 26-05-11, 07:01 AM   #2
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Go in with planet and tell car it has had a new filter , DO NOT DO MANUAL REGEN.
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Go in with planet and tell car it has had a new filter , DO NOT DO MANUAL REGEN.
Thanks betty, will it be pretty straight forward/ self explanatory when I connect planet?
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It can be in one of two menu's depending on your setup.

If you have a separate additive ECU (Just do a Global Test, and if you do, it will show up as one of the ECU's) - If it does show up, you can go in to that and tell it you have fitted a new FAP, It'll do a reset of the figures.

If your Additive ECU is build in, you can click on 'Replacement Parts' right at the very start of PP2000, and tell it you have replaced the FAP, and it will reset the counters etc.

The second option didn't do anything on my car because the ECU is separate, hence why I've listed both methods (that I know of)

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