ecm completed regens
01-13-2021, (Subject: ecm completed regens ) 
Post: #1
ecm completed regens
isx cm2250
ecm keeps calling for stationary regen
and after performing one
it counts as incomplete
and idle never returns to normal
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01-13-2021, (Subject: ecm completed regens ) 
Post: #2
RE: ecm completed regens
could be a lot of things. sensors bad or clogged, DOC washed out/no good, bad or stuck EGR valve, exhaust leak, bad,clogged or leaking dpf doser injector, DPF full of ash... and the list goes on...

Would need a lot more info to try to narrow it down. Truck and engine info/stats (year, mileage, regen history from insite, oil consumption/blowby, been inframed? operating coditions, driving style, etc...) EGR tuneup done recently?

A wild guess would be that DPF temps never get high enough to completely clean out the DPF. Maybe driving down the road it trys to active regen and you get a lot of white/blue smoke out the exhaust with a heavy fuel smell? Could be any of the items listed above, however based on the age of a 2250 engine I'd say the DOC probably needs to be replaced.

Could also be burning a lot of oil which is clogging up the DPF while it trys to regen. The oil coats the DOC and DPF quickly, reducing the effectiveness of the DOC and when it does burn off it leaves behind ash which will clog up the DPF. Add that to an aged DOC that probably isn't oxidizing very well and you get endless regen cycles, eventual derates and clogged up DPF.


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Yesterday, (Subject: ecm completed regens ) 
Post: #3
RE: ecm completed regens
900000 miles
2013
oil consumption
1 gallon 10000 miles
no inframe

regen history shows
every 3 hours

it does the whiteblue smoke
with heavy fuel smell

during stationary regen
temps rise and stay at
expected levels
strange thing is
code 2639
will go inactive
but count as incomplete
regen and does not return to idle

will tear into egr system
when i get this pos
home
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Yesterday, (Subject: ecm completed regens ) 
Post: #4
RE: ecm completed regens
With 900k miles on that engine and 1 gal every 10k consumption, I am surprised it functions at all at this point.

going thru the entire EGR system and cleaning it out + EGR coolar and valve, cross piping, etc... will improve it greatly, but that oil consumption rate is going to dictate that the DOC and DPf elements will have to be pulled off every 100k miles or so to have baked (on a proper machine), de-ashed, and flow tested just to keep the buildup out.

just putting it into perspective there for ya.


900k on a 2250 is a LOT of miles... a LOT.. so I hope you also have your slush-fund built up for that inframe that is inevitable in its near future.


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Yesterday, (Subject: ecm completed regens ) 
Post: #5
RE: ecm completed regens
(Yesterday )Rawze Wrote:  With 900k miles on that engine and 1 gal every 10k consumption, I am surprised it functions at all at this point.

going thru the entire EGR system and cleaning it out + EGR coolar and valve, cross piping, etc... will improve it greatly, but that oil consumption rate is going to dictate that the DOC and DPf elements will have to be pulled off every 100k miles or so to have baked (on a proper machine), de-ashed, and flow tested just to keep the buildup out.

just putting it into perspective there for ya.


900k on a 2250 is a LOT of miles... a LOT.. so I hope you also have your slush-fund built up for that inframe that is inevitable in its near future.


youre right
its getting to the end of life.

would you know how insite calculates soot load?
i disabled egr by unplugging egr temp sensor
and soot numbers are coming down
with egr system on
soot numbers shoot up
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Yesterday, (Subject: ecm completed regens ) 
Post: #6
RE: ecm completed regens
(Yesterday )jman1978 Wrote:  would you know how insite calculates soot load?
...

By estimating how much the engine might be making + what it measures with the DPF Delta-p and other sensors.


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Yesterday, (Subject: ecm completed regens ) 
Post: #7
RE: ecm completed regens
(Yesterday )Rawze Wrote:  By estimating how much the engine might be making + what it measures with the DPF Delta-p and other sensors.

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Yesterday, (Subject: ecm completed regens ) 
Post: #8
RE: ecm completed regens
(Yesterday )Rawze Wrote:  With 900k miles on that engine and 1 gal every 10k consumption, I am surprised it functions at all at this point.

going thru the entire EGR system and cleaning it out + EGR coolar and valve, cross piping, etc... will improve it greatly, but that oil consumption rate is going to dictate that the DOC and DPf elements will have to be pulled off every 100k miles or so to have baked (on a proper machine), de-ashed, and flow tested just to keep the buildup out.

just putting it into perspective there for ya.


900k on a 2250 is a LOT of miles... a LOT.. so I hope you also have your slush-fund built up for that inframe that is inevitable in its near future.

If the filters show signs of oil most places will not bake them do to the risk of damaging the oven, thats the word I got from the 2 around here that actually have the equipment to do it
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