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This is how I understand the regent process, the owner's manual is not a lot of help:
Basic Diesel engine will on into regent process when required and is controlled by the engine computer. If it starts before you park you should leave the van running and let the regent finish. You have no control over the process other than to see on the drop down menu that your close to needing one.
Option 98D (Manual Regent Initiation) will allow you to start a regent when you want one. Let's say you check the display and fine you close to needing a regent and your on the highway with 20 miles to go before you get off. You can start the regent while at highway speed and save some fuel.
Option 98E (Manual Regent Initiation with Active Regent Inhibitor) allows you to both start and delay a regent as needed. Let's say you are close to home and notice that you need to do a regent, but know that the next day you will be going on a highway trip, you can delay the start and do it when you hit the road the next day.
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