/ LS SAYS A REGEN EVERY 2 HOURS IS NORMAL #131
- Oct 31, 2007
- John Deere 4066R Cab and loader
Sorry for the thread hijack! Was very interested in a way to minimize regens. I was also under the impression one had to stop work to do the regen so it is nice to know that you can continue along while it does its thing.
I wouldn't worry too much about that the thread was already hijacked when posters started comparing older LS regens to newer models. Two completely different regen systems used.
I cannot agree with all the advice given to you as a lot of "I was told" statements don't match reality or the technical manual. Use your tractor and let the ECM manage the rest.
Here is a good OEM video explaining regens. Remember engine load will equate to higher exhaust gas temperature (EGT) and passive regens can happen.