The importance of tracking miles, monitoring oil levels and keeping accurate service records.
You must unlearn what you have learned about truck service with this masterful guidance.
Believe it or not, trucks are unknowingly themselves all-star ventriloquists.
Slow down, stop shortcutting, and other tips to keep you safe when servicing heavy-duty vehicles.
Vehicles’ evolving features offer comfort, yet understanding their workings aids in diagnosing and solving issues effectively.
Sometimes it’s necessary to slow down and be mindful to basic details needed for diagnosis.
Today’s trucks are significantly more complex than the old truck that my classmate and I (eventually) changed the oil in.
There are numerous components on a truck that hold potential energy. Springs are well known to look static but hold a lot of potential energy.
Inattention to detail could lead to serious consequences in a dangerous, busy shop environment.
As the season changes so too does the HVAC system’s role. Make sure it’s ready for the heat.
Finding the root cause of leaks is important, even if the surfaces and gaskets appear to be in good condition.
Corrosion increases resistance in the circuit which may lead to improper circuit operation and trouble codes.