Believe it or not, trucks are unknowingly themselves all-star ventriloquists.
The company says this can help technicians quickly locate and identify the system control module when a truck is brought in for service.
And other top truck service tips from Jake Schell, FE’s resident truck service columnist and Mitchell 1 associate product manager.
Doug Nickles, TMCSuperTech 2023 Grand Champion, receives a one-year Mitchell 1 TruckSeries software subscription, accessing Class 4-8 truck repair info.
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.
Veach was among 24 competitors who rotated through hands-on workstations and took a written test to demonstrate industry knowledge.
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.
Some call the Sunday before TMC a marathon while others call it back-to-back wind sprints. Whatever you call it, the result is the same: a deluge of truck industry news focused on service and uptime solutions. Sixteen press conferences brought news from every corner of trucking–from data-driven service solutions to suppliers updating their latest products.
Mitchell 1 obtained licensed permission from TMC to incorporate the RP collection in TruckSeries.
Finding the root cause of leaks is important, even if the surfaces and gaskets appear to be in good condition.