I'm going to see how far I can get with a diy dpf delete.
By this I mean fool the ECU into thinking the DPF is operating normally, when infact it has been drilled/replaced with straight pipe. This would not get around the EOYLS additive problem, but that is small fish compared to new dpf.
I have already worked out the pressure sensor SIM needs to be a 10.5K and 4.2k resistors, so I thought I would disconnect the DPF pressure sensor and get the MIL light before attaching the SIM (assumed it would be instant, but not so). After I get the MIL light I will attach the SIM. The MIL Light should then go out and stay out.
Next I will be on the lookout for a drilled out DPF or straight pipe (hint, hint), to replace my fully functioning (why destroy it) dpf.
EDIT: ONE YEAR ON
This went no where, as I could not force a DPF fault. Then last week whilst repairing turbo found welded patch on side of DPF. It had already been removed unbeknownst to me! Still think my theory is sound though!