Hey Truckers! In this Semi Truck 101 video, we walk you through the rear suspension and components of your semi truck. And with our walk around we give you some tips on what to look out for and some things you can do if you see a potential problem.
In this video, we used a 2012 Volvo Semi Truck as our model 🙂
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Welcome back to DIY SEMI.
Here we have a Kenworth t660 with an Eaton fuller auto shift that is having a hard time shifting. The truck just had a new clutch put in. And while it was out, a full inspection. This air regulator should probably be serviced about every 500,000 miles according to the manual. We test drove the truck after replacing it and it shifts properly now.
It was not hard to replace. Just a tight spot and dirty. Use safety glasses and make sure the truck frame is supported so it doesn’t settle down on you.
It is definately a do it yourself type project.
Welcome to the DIY Semi channel.
In this video I’ll show you how to fix a non working blower motor.
If your blower motor goes out, it could be the motor, a fuse,relay, or the motor itself.
I had some problems along the way and almost gave up on it. But I was determined to figure this out.
I learned some valuable lessons along the way. So if you stay tuned all the way through, you won’t make the same mistakes I did. Which will save you time and aggravation.
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After hitting a railroad crossing where the road apparently heaved in Indiana, it was time to replace the cab shocks. It took me about 15 minutes per side. The shocks themselves are about $40 a piece.
Your back and neck will thank you.
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