Diesel Truck Diagnostic Services
When you bring your diesel truck or fleet vehicle into the shop (or one of our mobile technicians swings by), our team uses state-of-the-art diagnostic tools and software sourced from trusted industry partners to pinpoint the issue. From there, they work to identify the root cause of the problem and provide a detailed diagnosis of the issue. The team at Redmond Fleet has years of experience working with diesel trucks and fleet vehicles, so they understand the intricacies of these machines. They know how to read diagnostic codes, interpret data, and use their expertise to identify the source of the issue.
Electrical Services for Diesel Trucks
In addition to diagnostic services, Redmond Fleet also provides electrical services for diesel trucks and fleet vehicles. The electrical system in a diesel vehicle is responsible for powering everything from the headlights to the engine control unit. When there is an issue with the electrical system, it can cause a range of problems, from the engine not starting to the lights not working properly.
The team at Redmond Fleet has the expertise to diagnose and repair electrical issues in diesel trucks, no matter the complexity of the problem or the weight class of the vehicle in question. We can identify issues with the battery, alternator, starter, and other components of the electrical system. We also use diagnostic tools to test the electrical system and determine the root cause of the issue. Once our team has identified the problem, they’ll work quickly to repair or replace the necessary components to get the truck back on the road. Additionally, we’ll also perform proper testing to ensure all signals are going where they should and that there are no other hidden problems with the vehicle’s electronics.
Common Electrical Issues in Diesel Trucks
There are several common electrical issues that diesel truck owners may encounter. One of the most common is a dead battery. A dead battery can be caused by a number of factors, including leaving the lights on or a faulty alternator. Another common issue is a faulty starter. If the starter is not working properly, the engine may not start, or it may take several attempts to start the engine. A faulty alternator can also cause problems, as it is responsible for charging the battery and powering the electrical system. If the alternator is not functioning correctly, the battery may not be charged properly, and the electrical system may not work as it should.
Choosing The Right Repair Shop for Your Diesel Fleet
When it comes to choosing a diesel truck repair shop, it is important to choose a shop with experience and expertise in working with diesel trucks and fleet vehicles. The team at Redmond Fleet has years of experience working with diesel trucks and understands the unique challenges these machines present. They use state-of-the-art diagnostic tools and have the expertise to identify and repair a range of electrical issues. When it comes to keeping your diesel truck running smoothly, trust the team at Redmond Fleet.