EPower-99 is a model with high capacity 40,000 mAh to start both 12V gasoline and 24V diesel vehicles.
It is designed for military to start tank, very powerful, so it is a professional tool for car repair store or heavy duty truck , construction equipment or machinery operators.
The electrical system in Class 8 and heavy duty trucks can be severly affected by corrosion on the 12 volt battery pads and cable connections. Removing the corrosion is a must when replacing the batteries and this video shows how to replace the batteries and remove the corrosion as part of the process.
Always wear safety glasses and gloves when working with or near batteries.
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Freightliner Cascadia a/c not working cab blower replacement
Freightliner Cascadia a/c not working a/c compressor replacement
Use the right type of A/C oil for your specific Cascadia
Don’t overcharge the A/C system
Break your truck out of its shell and go dosome truck stuff.
Thanks to long-link carbon reinforced Firestone Destination A/T tires, you can conquer any terrain and do all the truck stuff you always wanted to do.
Whatever you drive, drive a Firestone.
TODAY WE REPAIR A TRAILER. What started out as a simple install turn into a big job! Watch as we get this trailer back on the road!
Here is a simple guide to help you locate your trailer axels! Do not hang your springs like the original builder of this trailer did or you will have the same problem! We made it work for now but the axels and springs will have to be replaced.
This is the third and final installment of the Truck Beginners AC course. We will be going over basic troubleshooting and tips for looking for leaks and inspecting the compressor. This is a beginners course and AC troubleshooting can go much more in depth, but this class is designed to give you the basics of troubleshooting.
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Here’s what’s inside the fuel pump and how it works on your car.
The fuel pump, or fuel sender unit, is responsible for sending pressurized fuel to the fuel rail on the engine. It is normally situated inside the gas tank, cooled by surrounding fuel.
The fuel pump assembly consists of an electric DC motor with a paddle, a pickup screen, float, tank level sensing unit, filter, pressure regulator as well as the empty level sensor.
The DC motor drawings fuel through a turning paddle in through the housing of the motor, past the rotors and brushes out the top.
Fuel then saturates the filter, where it can then make its way up the top to the fuel line leading to the engine. Excess pressure built up in the filter is bled off through a pressure regulator valve at the bottom of the assembly, where the fuel is returned to the tank.
The tank float attaches to an arm that attaches to a metal head. The head moves in a semi circular pattern against a circuit board with printed resistors. The measured resistance values are relayed back to the instrument cluster to determine fuel amount.
The empty level sensor is a device that looks like a resistor. When submerged in fluid, it reads 2K ohms. When dry, it reads an open circuit and turns the light on the dashboard warning of low fuel in the tank.
Assembly of these components are held together by plastic pieces which are clipped together. Often these require disassembly when replacing defective pump units, as only the motor needs to be replaced.
The fuel pump in this video was removed from a 2001 Toyota Corolla.
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