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The fuel efficiency faceoff begins!

The battle to earn the CDL is over, but the fight to crown a fuel efficiency champion is just getting started.

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Mitchell 1 updates TruckSeries with quick ABS, engine and transmission identification

The company says this can help technicians quickly locate and identify the system control module when a truck is brought in for service.

Cummins, three other companies agree to test hydrogen engines in real-world conditions

The project aims to develop a full hydrogen eco-system together with a hydrogen producer, vehicle manufacturer and end user.

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Truck driving safety requires attention

It’s hard to focus on safety when you’re focused on shifting. Episode two of the Fuel Efficiency Faceoff shows why.

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Nexiq adds Cummins engine coverage to eTechnician

Nexiq Technologies eTechnician now supports EPA ‘13 and newer Cummins engine models.

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Peterbilt previews PACCAR’s hydrogen internal combustion engine powertrain

The decarbonization potential of hydrogen-fueled powertrains in the heavy-duty trucking Industry.

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How preventative maintenance can help you avoid the dreaded engine fault code

If you’re not doing the right maintenance on your trucks, you will start to get fault codes, sometimes at inopportune times.

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Diesel engine filtration’s critical role in efficiency, protection

From enhanced engine fluids to innovative filtration systems, technology is driving efficiency and reducing emissions in today’s diesel-powered fleets.

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Detroit commemorates 85 years of manufacturing services 

Over the decades, it expanded its product line to encompass more than engines, including automated manual transmission, axles, battery-electric components and more.

Freightliner to offer Cummins X15N natural gas engine for Cascadia

Freightliner announced that the Cummins X15N natural gas engine will be available in its Cascadia trucks. Freightliner will offer the X15N in the Cascadia 126-in. BBC, in both sleeper and day cab configurations. Production is targeted to begin in 2025. The X15N is designed for heavy-duty and on-highway truck applications, with 400 to 500 HP

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Roadwarrior introduces line of EGR coolers

The EGR coolers are tailored for Cummins, Volvo, Mack, and Detroit heavy-duty engines.

Properly trained technicians can help prevent unplanned truck breakdowns

As truck technology evolves, so should technician training practices.

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