Hi did you manage to fix this yet? I have tried torque pro, car scanner pro which show some basic info but no detail around the DPF. I have a 2016 2.0 ingenium engine.Mamil wrote: ↑Fri Nov 29, 2019 9:06 amGot all excited by this and bought a TorquePro ELM327 ODB reader and downloaded the TorquePro App for Android.
Unfortunately it doesn't show me any of the DPF values, or even any exhaust temperature values!
So, no use for predicting when a regen will happen, or even detecting one underway. I'm disappointed.
Oh well, I guess it's back to checking instantaneous fuel consumption and whether stop/start is working for me.
Mine is 2016 MY with the old 2,2 engine.