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    In Mazda 5 RF7N 2006r what is procedure. Im reset OIL, DPF then read data. File OFF and write. Need unplug presure sensor, temp sensor ? What about reset Differential pressure Sensor? - must it reset after read ecu, or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by castin View Post
    In Mazda 5 RF7N 2006r what is procedure. Im reset OIL, DPF then read data. File OFF and write. Need unplug presure sensor, temp sensor ? What about reset Differential pressure Sensor? - must it reset after read ecu, or not?
    If your DPF-OFF solution good no need to reset anything
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    OK. Meybe someone check my file.
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    Quote Originally Posted by castin View Post
    OK. Meybe someone check my file.
    your solution to removing all dtc is not a good idea .. if in the future you have a problem this is not reported

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    Im use DPF/FAP, EGR Remover 2017. Only disable DPF?

 

 

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