we have a eng code 128s 370 02 we have a eng code 128s 370 02 we have a eng code 128s 370 02
That goes through the engine ECM, and you'll need to have it diagnosed that way.
Which Freightliner? Freightliner manufactures of markets Class 3 through Class 8 vehicles.
For Class 8 trucks, you could get either an 11.1 litre or 12.7 litre Detroit Diesel.
Rough estimate is a gallon per hour. Really depends on the engine. Engine options available for the duration of the availability of the Century Class include the 11.1, 12.7 and 14 liter pre-ACERT 60 Series Detroit engine, the 12.8 Mercedes-Benz MBE, the 14.0 post-ACERT 60 Series Detroit, the Cummins M11, the Cummins N14, the Cummins ISM, the Cummins ISX, and the Caterpillar 3306, 3406, C11, C12, C13, and C15 engines. In some markets, engines such as the Caterpillar 3408 or C16 and Cummins Signature 600 were also available.
Freightliner is brand of medium and heavy duty semi-truck tractors. The 4 major brands are Peterbuilt, Kenworth, Volvo, and Freightliner. Freightline is best known for there Century Class model which caters to the large companies that are looking for inexpensive as well as fuel economy, where Peterbuilt and Kenworth have been more for the independent operators who look more for driver comfort and engine power.
Probably a bad power steering pump or bad power steering fluid.
Need to know the engine. In 1997, most Freightliner models were available with a Detroit Diesel (e.g., 11.1, 12.7, or 14.0 60 Series), Caterpillar (3116, 3126, 3406, etc.), or Cummins (6BT, L10, M11, N14, etc.) engine, and many models from the aforementioned manufacturers were available, as Freightliner makes a wide range of trucks - Class 5 through Class 8. You could talking about anything from an FL50 with a 6BT Cummins to an FLD132 Classic XL with a 3406E Caterpillar. Suffice to say, the routing won't be the same for each truck model/engine configuration.
Never worked on the Century Class, but I am familiar with the similar Columbia... there should be a panel on the passenger side which can be popped out with a flat screwdriver.. that should expose the fuse panel. There might also be a panel by the driver's side door, just behind the seat, on the wall.
Depends on several factors. The motor, transmission, rear end gears, and tire size, along with how you drive it all play a big part in fuel mileage. A century class is one of the most aerodynamic trucks on the road. I drove a 2005 Century with a straight 10 speed tranny, a Detroit 60 and 22.5 in lo-pro tires and I consistently saw 7 mpg pulling decent weight on relatively flat ground for the most part.
Century Class is the model name...there are Century Class and Century Class ST (which is newer) tractors. You may be thinking of the manufacturer's designation of C120 (vs. CL120 for the Columbia), as well.
The top 5 truck manufacturers for class 6, 7, and 8 trucks are Peterbilt, International, Freightliner, Mack, and Kenworth. Freightliner, founded in 1942, is the largest truck manufacturer in North America.
Depends on the exact model. Freightliner Business Class trucks range from Class 5 to Class 8. Class 7 and 8 require a CDL. Classes 5 and 6 only require one if they're either transporting hazardous materials in a quantity requiring placards or if they're buses designed to transport more than 15 persons (including the driver).
Yes. The Detroit Diesel 50 series is an inline 4 engine, often used on Class 7 and 8 trucks with air brakes.
You're talking about a truck classification exclusive to the US... of Class 8 truck manufacturers in the US, Peterbilt, Kenworth, and Freightliner still manufacture cabovers... just not for the US market, although Freightliner does appear to be reintroducing the Argosy to the Canadian and Mexican markets.
Piston in an engine is in the first class of lever.
Depends on which model Freightliner you have. If you have an FLD (120 or 132), you'll have to unscrew the panels they're mounted into in order to access them. It may involve removing multiple interior panels which overlap each other. If it's a Century Class, it should be much easier.. a lot of the times, the only thing holding those panels in place is the seal around the doors.
If you are speaking about the Freightliner commercial trucks you will need a Commercial Drivers License. The type of CDL will depend on the gross vehicle weight and what it will be used to haul. Most Freightliner drivers need the Class A license and to get that you will need to take a driving test and a knowledge test. You may have to take additional tests depending on what the truck is being used for..
A 4x2 tractor with a GVWR of 33,000 lbs. would be. Most CL120s are 6x4 tractors, which would have a GVWR of ~54,000 lbs., making them a Class 8 truck.
A company called Detroit CPR Training offers classes in cpr.
The M2 family ranges from Class 5 to Class 8 trucks... weights vary greatly throughout, not to mention there's the matter of configuration (e.g., box van, dump truck, etc).
The prices for an LPN class in Detroit varies. The courses are a couple hundred dollars a class.
You should unlock class A after a few races against other racers in Detroit.
Freightliner, Peterbilt, Kenworth, Mack, Volvo, Navistar International.
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