Consensus on the internet seems to be between 300-450F(or so) to shutdown. Everywhere I drive I am always right around that since it takes a bit to park, etc.
Basically, dont pull a full load, come to a stop and immediately turn engine off. I doubt many of us do that. Mine cools down really fast.
Technology and mechanics have come a long way, we really do not have much to worry about with these trucks. Just take it easy a bit before shutdown.
FYI The chart is from a 2014 RAM Diesel.
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