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Women In Trucking Association partners with Navistar

Navistar says it hopes to promote gender diversity in the trucking industry.

Navistar standardizes factory-installed truck telematics device

Navistar continues to pursue a data-driven future with the standardization of a factory-installed telematics device on all new builds of the complete Class 6-8 International Truck and IC Bus vehicle product portfolios, including electric models. This allows all stakeholders access to actionable vehicle data, enhanced capabilities with industry partners and further improved integration for upfitting

The keys to aftertreatment system reliability and performance

As primary components of diesel engine aftertreatment systems, diesel particulate filters (DPF) and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) filters require routine maintenance. “Every maintenance program should ensure these components are serviced at the OEM recommended intervals,” says Jason Johnson, director of aftermarket at PACCAR. “Drivers should also receive comprehensive training on how the aftertreatment system is

Truck aftertreatment data case study 2

Let’s run this scenario: A regen is needed as a truck is en route to its destination. You coordinate with your fleet manager, dispatch and your driver to schedule the needed regen. Everything has been communicated; you cross it off your to-do list and forget about it—until the truck rolls into one of your bays

Truck aftertreatment service data case study

Both the diesel particulate filter (DPF) and the diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) are pricey components, but the costs can be compounded if the DOC is left unattended and pushes you to replace the DPF more often than you should be. During aftertreatment service, you’ll want to inspect the DOC and look for evidence of aging,

How heavy-duty truck aftertreatment components can impact each other

While the DPF and DOC are the components we typically associate with aftertreatment service issues, improperly maintained aftertreatment systems can lead to a host of other operational issues. “Issues with the emissions system can have a ‘knock-on’ effect on various components in the engine environment,” said Dr. Barry Southward, vice president of catalyst technology for