Maintenance Method For Common Faults Of Tank Trucks

Common fault one: the tank truck tire was punctured by foreign objects.

Tank truck tires are the most vulnerable to wear and damage. Especially when walking the mountain road, the tires will always be broken by stones or nails. Many drivers will continue to hurry to repair the roadside repair shop. In fact, this method can only be temporarily remedied at high speed. There are great security risks when driving. It is recommended that the owner find a professional repair shop to make up the inside, because the professional repair shop will have special tools for disassembling the tires, and it will be safer to repair with a special vulcanizing machine.

Common fault 2: The fuel consumption increases greatly.

After using the tanker for a period of time, many drivers will find that the fuel consumption suddenly increased by more than 10%, which is not clear. In fact, the increase in fuel consumption also indicates a potential failure of the tanker. This is the first reason to understand the increase in fuel consumption, and then to solve it. There are many factors that contribute to increased fuel consumption. For example, clutch slippage will cause the number of revolutions of the tanker engine to be lost, resulting in a sharp increase in fuel consumption and the need to replace the clutch platen and the drive wheel in time.

Common fault 3: The  tanker brake system fails.

The failure of the  tanker brake system includes: the brake pedal stroke is too large, the braking effect is slow, the tanker brake performance is low or even lost, and the braking distance is increased. There are three ways to troubleshoot this failure. Press the brake pedal continuously, if the pedal is gradually raised and has a elastic feeling, but it is still low when the pedal is stopped for a while, that is, there is air in the brake system, and the brake system should be exhausted. The brake on one foot is not working, but the brake effect is good when the pedal is continuously pressed several times. Generally, the free travel of the brake pedal is too large or the brake clearance is too large. The pedal free travel should be adjusted, then the brake clearance should be checked and the brake disassembled for repair if necessary.
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