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Hi I'm Aaron, Welcome to Truck Mechanic Basics. I have worked in many different workshops, in four different countries, with many smart mechanics. This has given me access to a wide range of ideas and techniques. If there is one thing I have learned there is always someone out there somewhere that has a better way of doing things.
Camshaft, Rockers and Valves Explained.
This gives you the basic principles to move onto my post- How to adjust any valves
LATEST (and Greatest) Post
Today I’m going to run over a Kenworth service with a Cummins engine in it. With the truck on the hoist up in the air brakes released I spray all the fittings, air tanks, hoses, all the connections. The air bags and check for leaks. I spray it with soapy water so any small air […]
Air Filter Service
Its important to know which side is the dirty side and which is the clean side.
Always blow out the filter from the clean side never from the dirty side. this would push the dirt in further......