How to rebuild a Horton DM Advantage fan clutch using a repair kit

How to rebuild a Horton DM Advantage fan clutch using a repair kit



The Horton DM Advantage on-off fan clutch is spring-engaged and air-disengaged, making it a simple component to repair and replace. It’s also one of the most popular engine cooling parts on the road today. Here’s how to rebuild one using a DM Advantage Quick Repair Kit.

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Check out the Service Bays at Edmonton Kenworth Leduc!

Check out the Service Bays at Edmonton Kenworth Leduc!



Our service technicians are factory trained and have a wide range of skills that allows us to diagnose and repair virtually anything on any truck.At our Leduc dealership, we offer our technicians an on site training center with state of the art equipment and a Trainer with the most recent factory Training. Also a dedicated truck bay for on the job Practical training! We are an authorized dealer for PACCAR MX, Cat and Cummins engines and we are more than capable of repairing, rebuilding or replacing your engine should the need arise. We have gear specialists in house that are trained to work on SISU, CLARK, EATON, SPICER, and MERITOR components. We also offer welding and fabricating services, general repairs, electronic and electrical repairs and are a Certified Alberta Commercial Vehicle Inspection Station.

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2020 Mercedes Actros -The BEST SAFETY TRUCK (Assistance Systems)

2020 Mercedes Actros -The BEST SAFETY TRUCK (Assistance Systems)



2020 Mercedes-Benz Actros The Best Safety Truck (Assistance Systems)
Mercedes-Benz Trucks drives forward truck safety: new systems and intensive dialogue with all participants

Active Brake Assist 5 – as effective at the tail end of a traffic jam as in pedestrian detection

For years, a large proportion of accidents involving heavy-duty freight vehicles have concerned collisions in parallel traffic: accidents in which a truck collides with a preceding or stationary vehicle due to the driver’s distraction, too short a distance to the vehicle in front or failure to adjust the vehicle speed, for example. Active Brake Assist (ABA) of the fifth generation, the latest highlight in a long series of continued logical developments of the automatic emergency braking assist systems from Mercedes-Benz Trucks, can for the most part prevent such accidents within the system limits.
Semi-automated driving with Active Drive Assist

Active Drive Assist (ADA) also represents a milestone in safety – a system which, in the case of the new Actros for the first time worldwide in a production truck, allows partially automated driving according to level 2 of automated driving. Under certain preconditions it actively supports the driver in the longitudinal and lateral guidance of the truck and can automatically maintain the following distance, accelerate and steer if the necessary system conditions such as sufficient curve radius or clearly visible road markings are met. In other words, the perfect synthesis of safety and comfort.
Another world première: the new MirrorCam for better all-around visibility

A big problem for many truck drivers is monitoring all aids for indirect visibility from the vehicle. Keeping six mirrors and three windows in view at the same time, in addition to complex road traffic, can be overtaxing in some situations. To relieve the driver in this task, in both the new Actros and the Arocs with MirrorCam a camera system replaces the conventional main and wide-angle mirrors for the first time in a production truck. As standard equipment, the system operates exclusively with two digital cameras attached on the right and left to the roof frame and two 15-inch displays.
Sideguard Assist available from Mercedes-Benz Trucks ex works or as a retrofit solution has been further improved in the new Actros

The problem has already been addressed in connection with the MirrorCam: right-turn manoeuvring in urban traffic. In front, the driver has to pay attention to traffic lights and road signs as well as oncoming and cross traffic, while at the same time keeping an eye out for pedestrians and cyclists to the left and right. Unprotected road users are often not aware that a truck driver may not see them in certain situations, however. Added to that is the problem that heavy-duty trucks with a large wheelbase or trailer have turning characteristics not always easily understood by cyclists: before turning, trucks first drive straight ahead into the intersection, in order to allow for the following characteristics of the semi-trailer or trailer.
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2007 and Newer Toyota Tundra 5.7 L Engine Radiator and Thermostat Replacement

2007 and Newer Toyota Tundra 5.7 L Engine Radiator and Thermostat Replacement



Brian Eslick from How to Automotive takes you step-by-step through the process of replacing the radiator and thermostat on a 2007 and newer Toyota Tundra with 5.7L engine.

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RV Crashes Into Center Divide After Steer Tire Blowout!

RV Crashes Into Center Divide After Steer Tire Blowout!



In today’s video Darl initially responds to a CHP call of a 40ft diesel pusher that had a front steer tire blowout causing it to crash into the center divider on the 10 freeway. Darl in the Landoll trailer attempted to winch the RV away from the center divider with no success due to the impact wedging the RV into the center divider. At this point, Darl called Trent Jr who so happened to be in the rotator already to respond to the scene to winch the RV back and away from the center. The rotator was perfect in this situation because we were able to work off the nose of the truck and not shut the highway down once.
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