You don’t need to worry about interrupting regen by shutting down KingRanchDude. That was only an issue with earlier models as well as the associated display. The new models don’t require ANY user input (more than adding DEF) so thus there is no display. Technology advanced, these keyboard commandos just can’t Phathom it.
Hawk, as per aviation references it’s a good train of logic but over the last 30 years the focus has shifted from “knowing all systems” to “knowing the systems you can effect”, brought on by new technologies being Uber complicated. In all Honesty, sorry for coming off like an a$$, I get your point, I just think you all
Mis-guide newbies into thinking this is something that requires user input. It’s holdover from older models. If ford deleted the display they obviously overcame the need for user input with new technology. This is the reasons these forums are divided by year groups. Though the 17-19 models had changes within the year group, I think you misguide 19 owners with logic that applied to 17s. Your assuming millions of miles of testing, all the engineering and R&D of FoMoCo, with all the warranty $$$ as the wager, was inaccurate or incomplete, requiring you to get out there and educate 19 owners on the requirements to monitor Regens, requiring software changes that are not included with the truck? That’s insanity bro. Keep monitoring the sunrise brother somebody has to make sure it rises, I applaud you
First off, I partially agree with you about not worrying about interrupting Regen's. My caveat being, if you've interrupted it a couple times, for me I go with two times, then on the third I make sure to drive until it's complete. That's not written anywhere, just my personal idea. As mentioned by someone else, I think it's just much better for the turbo from what I've read.
As far as your R&D and warranty comments, there are hundreds of dead people who would disagree with you about being knowledgeable of all systems. Especially ones where a manufacturer doesn't think you need to know much about them. Boeing is currently making sure pilots know a tiny little sub-system a whole lot better.
I'll point out the OP asked a question. I simply gave him the answer to that question. I never, not once, told him or anyone else what I thought they SHOULD do, nor did I try to "educate" anyone any further than to answer the question of "How can I tell when my truck is doing a regen". Due to your desire to be insulting on the topic, your need to come across as smarter and thus, barely tolerant of others who just "aren't on your level" as well as repeatedly being insultingly dismissive, is informative as well as what has been said on this topic.
Just so you know, my career was in rotary wing platforms. There may come a day where you're only concerned about systems you can directly influence, but that certainly isn't today. To ignore secondary and tertiary system warning signs, whether directly influencing operation or removed, is to be an annotation in the annals of aviation deaths. I think it's cute you so readily place enough trust in how something is designed you simply ignore things.