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okay so Ive been working on this truck here for a while now weve weve had it weve thought we repaired it we sent it back out we were placed EGR valve replaced Delta peace sensors we did all kinds of things because these these codes keep on coming back specifically 1691 the do see conversion efficiency and the EGR system data valid with below normal operating range and so when I read the troubleshooting steps for 1691 it said that it determines the efficiency of the do C by temperature and so what it means is that the do C is not getting up to temperature and so its not performing a proper region which would throw this 3376 incomplete regeneration code so I decided to pull the do C because thats what the troubleshooting step said to check for any contaminants in the do C or damage or whatever else so I want to show you what I found because it was something new for me and hard to determine so Im working on a Cummins engine and after-treatment system and so this is the DPF and you