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I think the dpf is connected to the back of the turbo. You could open the hood and remove the turbo heat shield and see what you think about the difficulty to remove it. Good luck.
This is the catalytic converter that contains the DPF. There are no instructions from GM in manually cleaning it beyond a service regeneration.
 
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