You have determined your Cummins, Duramax, or Powerstroke engine needs to be replaced. You might be on the fence about whether you should replace the engine in your diesel, or just get a new truck. At Diesel Pickup Specialists, Inc in Inman, KS, we’re here to help.
Whether you drive a Chevrolet, Dodge, or Ford diesel pickup, maintenance and repair performed the correct way is a huge part of keeping you on the road. At Diesel Pickup Specialists, Inc in Inman, KS, we use ASE certified technicians to make sure you get the best service in the industry.
Your drivetrain is where most of the process of moving your vehicle occurs. The drivetrain includes all the parts powered by the engine to turn the wheels, including the transmission, axles, or driveshafts that combine efforts to propel your car forward (or backward, when you’re in reverse.) At Diesel Pickup Specialists, Inc in Inman, KS, our drivetrain specialists are well equipped to keep your car, truck, or SUV reliably on the road and running smoothly along.
We know how important a good exhaust setup is on a diesel truck. Whether you’re powered by a Cummins, a Duramax, a Powerstroke, or something else, your exhaust plays a major role in performance, engine sound, and even aesthetic. At Diesel Pickup Specialists, Inc in Inman, KS, our professional mechanics have the equipment, knowledge, and ability necessary to get your exhaust in shape.
Whatever type of truck you run in your fleet, they all have a driveshaft that connects the transmission to the differential, transferring power to the wheels. At Diesel Pickup Specialists, Inc in Inman, KS, we specialize in diesel truck and fleet vehicle maintenance and repair, including precision driveshaft care.
Keeping your fuel system maintained will prevent premature parts failure and poor running conditions. Here at Diesel Pickup Specialists, Inc we have tips on the important aspects of diesel fuel system maintenance, to keep your diesel fleet trucks running smoothly - longer.
Air. Air in the system causes all kinds of issues, from hard starting, poor running conditions, or an engine that won’t run at all. If too much air gets in the system, the fuel pump won’t be able to deliver fuel, and the engine will stall, die, or fail to start. Air enters the system via a leak or a bad seal - a deteriorated o-ring, worn component, faulty hose, or otherwise. Here we inspect your lines and connections to ensure they are in good shape and track down any leaks we notice air in the system.