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A new standard for diesel power is set in California

In 2021, California was the sixth fastest growing state for registrations of these new technology trucks, adding nearly 30,000 new units since 2020.

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Dayco expands heavy-duty diesel engine belt kit line

Six new SKUs join the 40-plus that Dayco has recently added.

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Cummins-Meritor talks acquisition impact, aftermarket support

Here’s how the brands come together and do business in the market.

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How to prioritize diesel engine fault codes

Knowing how to respond can help you keep your heavy-duty diesel engines in the best shape possible.

Detroit celebrates one million heavy-duty engines

The engines were produced at Redford, Mich., facility.

Discussing the lubrication needs of internal combustion engines

Natural gas and hydrogen combustion engines need lube love too.

Model year 2024 diesel engines: What you need to know

What to expect when you’re expecting new diesel engines

The biggest heavy-duty truck stories of 2022

Let’s put this year in perspective. In January, just 12 months ago, the U.S. set a record for COVID-19 hospitalizations. Five months later in May, ACT Expo in-person attendance grew by 60% compared to the show that took place nine months earlier and the truck market was booming but hampered by supply chain shortages. And

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Old World Industries launches Final Charge Pro-Series with heavy-duty coolant technology

Old World Industries, the manufacturer of Final Charge Heavy Duty Antifreeze/Coolant, has announced the launch of new Final Charge Pro-Series with an advanced and proprietary technology engineered to deliver the highest level of performance for today’s heavy-duty engines. Its stabilized Phosphate enhanced Organic Acid Technology (POAT) corrosion inhibitors provide fast-acting, long-lasting protection to all cooling

Finding a one-stop shop for diesel engine filters

It’s amazing how challenging it can be to find the right part, even something as seemingly simple as a diesel engine filter. After all, a filter is a filter, right? “Not all filters are created equal,” noted David Studley, lube and oil filter product manager, Fleetguard, who went on to explain that it would be

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Truck powertrain downspeeding—how low can you go?

It’s been part of the specification vernacular for many years. As a powertrain-focused strategy for improving fuel economy, downspeeding has been of interest to fleets looking to lower fuel costs. For manufacturers, it is also a means of meeting efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions regulations. The concept itself is simple. With downspeeding, the rear axle

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Parker Hannifin highlights check valves as fuel pressure regulators to meet emissions requirements

It’s common for engine manufacturers to use a check valve, sometimes called a one-way valve, to allow the flow of fluids to move in only one direction. It’s the traffic cop of a fuel system. These valves are found in almost every mobile and industrial hydraulic system. If there’s a pump, you’ll likely find a check valve

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