Common Causes of Fuel Filter Plugging

Common Causes of Fuel Filter Plugging

Common Causes of Fuel Filter Plugging By: Parts for Trucks  When temperatures drop, reports of plugged fuel filters tend to rise. Fuel filters do, in fact, plug more during the winter than at any other time. Yet this plugging is rarely caused by dirt. With the...
The Cold Facts of WINTER OPERATION

The Cold Facts of WINTER OPERATION

The Cold Facts of Winter Operation By: Parts for Trucks  Winter operation can really be tough! It challenges both driver and equipment. How much you know about it and how well you’re prepared will determine just how tough it really will be. For example did you...
A Common-Sense Pre-Winter Checklist

A Common-Sense Pre-Winter Checklist

A Common-Sense Pre-Winter Checklist By: Parts for Trucks  If you do anything to your truck before winter arrives, make sure you check these systems!  COOLING SYSTEM Inspect for leaks and signs of wear. Hoses should I be sound, soft, and pliable. If they are hard,...
Corrosion – Lighting’s Worst Enemy

Corrosion – Lighting’s Worst Enemy

Corrosion – Lighting’s Worst Enemy By: Parts for Trucks    A little preventive maintenance before the snow flies will go a long way to minimize your lighting problem this winter. Corrosion is one of the biggest threats to your lighting system....
Air Dryer Maintenance | Tech Tips

Air Dryer Maintenance | Tech Tips

Air Dryer Maintenance By: Parts for Trucks    Most systems do not have external indicators that tell you when service or maintenance is required. This means that for most air dryer systems regular checks for moisture in air tanks are required. This is done by...