08-25-2014 11:33 AM
There is a cure for the DPF problem. By using a catalyst in our Diesel fuel you can lower the burn rate of the carbon(soot) from 1080 F to 750F which will all the DPF filter to regeneration under normal usage. It will cure the problem. It is EPA approved technology. Enerburn is the name of the product. Gary
05-09-2013 11:48 AM
02-13-2013 07:48 AM
We assume that your engine is a truck engine.
Since this forum is a Marine focused community, we would recommend to you to direct your request to the email below that is going directly to a Customer Service Representative for the On-highway products:
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02-06-2013 11:15 AM
, not to mention Debt.
01-02-2013 12:52 PM
I am having the same problem with my 2008 C-13's can not keep them out of the shop, have 3 and run 2, 1 in the shop almost constantly. Any new ideas CAT has walked away on most of these out in Calif.
12-18-2012 10:07 PM
I have 2008 Kenworth t2000 with same problems.. In last two months i havent pulled one load with this truck, it in and out of the fabick and kenworth shops. I have replaced both turbos last week after all the money i have spend with DPF problems.. For turbos i paid 6800$ and 600 miles later truck broke down with DPF problem again.. I have spend 31.000.00$ and all the down time im down over 50.000.00$.. I have called Fabick in St.Louis mo bcs they worked on it for the last month, and they have said nothing they can do.. Truck is now in ohio Kenworth dealer, i have no idea what to do from here.. this is the worst investment in my life i have made.. Cat should be ashamed doing nothing about this things.. I have smal fleet of my own trucks and im about to buy more trucks,but cat never again.. I will have my lawyers take situation from here.. So good luck to anyone with this engines.. I will make sure nobody i know, not to buy this crap so called engine..
12-17-2012 09:53 PM
08-27-2012 03:18 AM
If not yet done, please call the Truck Engine Call Center (+1 800 447 4986) to get the right support.
08-19-2012 06:21 PM
So does anyone know how to eliminate the filter or get around it within reason or is it just a yellow boat anchor. I can't keep up this shop hopping. This thing was in the shop twice last week. Even the Cat dealers are fed up with it. System needs to be eliminated. '09 C-15' . Worst investment I have ever made.
05-27-2012 09:12 PM
I have the exact same truck as you. The crankcase psi is generally a blow by filter needing replaced. They did have a recall on the DPF sensor which throwed a lot of errors. Once the sensor was replaced most of my errors went away. The only other problem I have had is replacing the ARD head. They put the new style on it and it went out in 40K (Warrenty replaced) I finally have to get the DPF filter cleaned (I'm pretty sure that is the problem, will know more tuesday) Particulate trap inpeding regen... I have over 420K so far.