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Cold Weather is Coming. Keep Your Customers’ Vehicles Going

Winter is officially here, and even Texas has seen snow already. No matter where your customers are based − or where their routes take them − they need to make sure that their vehicles are ready for freezing weather. There are quite a few different systems that your customers should be checking; use this article as a reminder of systems to review with your customers to ensure they’re prepared to operate in the cold.

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Redefining Reliability in Cold Weather

The introduction of High Pressure Common Rail fuel systems has made Cummins engines much more clean, efficient and powerful. But fuel delivery through smaller passages to the engine could sometimes be more susceptible to wax formation in colder climates. That’s why Cummins has developed a Thermal Recirculation Valve (TRV) that helps prevent fuel gelling whenever outside temperatures drop below 77°F (25°C). Learn how your customers with trucks built since 2010 can benefit from this innovative device, and get a comprehensive list of steps they can take to enhance the cold-weather reliability of their trucks.

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Cold Weather Checklist

As temperatures drop, the list of items that need to be checked on your customers’ trucks gets longer. It starts with coolant, diesel fuel and Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), but extreme cold weather can also require a lighter viscosity engine oil, periodic battery checks and more.

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