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Peterbilt Maintenance and Repair

Did you know Peterbilt has been building trucks for almost 80 years? With 80 years of design and innovation, it should come as a surprise to no one that these trucks are a favorite in the heavy-duty trucking industry. With engine types ranging from Cummins to Detroit Diesel options, these trucks are widely regarded as being formidable machines. Here at Bus and Truck of Chicago, we’re preventive maintenance experts. We’ll have your Peterbilt truck maintained better than it’s ever been before. We also offer repair services of all kinds that are sure to meet your every need.

Common Peterbilt Repairs

Air Suspension Issues

Many Peterbilt drivers have noticed over the years that their air suspension may start to sit too high or too low. This is generally due to a faulty leveling valve or damaged height sensors. In severe cases, it may also indicate a problem with your air suspension’s ECU. Fortunately for anyone having this issue, our technicians here at Bus and Truck of Chicago will have it sorted out in no time at all. 

Bushings

Bushings tend to wear out a lot quicker on Peterbilt trucks than other manufacturers. Although this isn’t a huge problem, it’s a good idea to get your bushings inspected to avoid future damage. Your bushings are responsible for absorbing road vibrations, so be sure to keep them in good shape. 

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