Quote Originally Posted by djr View Post
everyone should have a monitor on the truck like the banks, or the edge which I see on Amazon for 380 bucks from time to time. It takes all the guesswork out of what's going on with your truck. The last thing you want to do is shut your truck down while it's in regeneration and the turbo is 1000 degrees.
It certainly won't hurt to complete a regen, but it's not a problem if you shutdown before it completes. The truck is designed to pickup where it left off if necessary.

I just noticed during a regen today that the DPF temp. was 1,245 degrees and the turbo was just over 500 degrees. This was while driving and if you stop and idle for less than one minute the turbo will be even cooler.