How often should you change the oil on a Paccar mx-13?

How often should you change the oil on a Paccar mx-13?

• Vocational oil change interval is 25,000 miles (or 800 hours ) and applies when fuel economy is less than 6 MPG and higher than 80,000 GVW. Fuel Filters (If Fuel Quality or % of Bio Diesel is Unknown): • Replace both the primary (Frame Mounted) and secondary filter (Engine Mounted) twice as often as the engine oil is replaced.

When do fault codes change on PACCAR MX 13?

This diagnostic starts 30 seconds after the engine starts and it runs continuously. The PMCI-2 ECU detects the unbalance after nine seconds at 650 rpm until three seconds at 2000 rpm. This fault code will change to inactive immediately after the diagnostic runs and passes. Use DAVIE to check for any fuel-related system codes.

What does p3844 stand for in PACCAR mx13?

P3844 = DEF dosing valve – Current too low or open circuit on ECU (D374) pin (A77) or pin (A53) P3845 = Pump module reverting valve – Voltage too low or short circuit to ground on ECU (D374) pin (B34) P3846 = Pump module reverting valve – Short circuit to supply or open circuit on ECU (D374) pin (B34)

Where can I find a list of the PACCAR codes?

Discussion in ‘ Peterbilt Forum ‘ started by packerfan603, Nov 17, 2014 . Click to expand… I would greatly appreciate a list of the paccar codes if you dont mind. Could you please send me the Paccar list also? [email protected] Links to the codes are on the last page of this thread, just download them, no need to ask.

How often do you change the valve on a Paccar?

• Valve Adjustment – Complete the initial valve adjustment at 40k miles (1,200 hours), again at 160,000 miles (4,800 hours) and then every 160,000 (4,800 hours) for the life of the vehicle. (Schedule: 40,000 miles, 160,000 miles, 320,000 miles, 480,000 miles, 640,000 miles…etc.) • Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) – Clean every 200,000 miles.

What should the idle temperature be on a Paccar mx-13?

PACCAR MX-13 Engine Operator’s Manual). o The recommended range for Engine Idle Shutdown Timer (EIST) to be active is between 25°F and 75°F. Prolonged periods of idle between 25°F and 35°F (current low-end EIST setting) within this temperature range may not provide significant comfort benefits to the operator.

Is there no air pressure in the secondary tank?

Without building any pressure in the secondary tank there isn’t any pressure in the array of control air lines in front of it. x1Heavy Thanks this. Every month 400 people find a job with the help of TruckersReport.

What happens if water gets in a car’s engine oil?

If water has accidentally spilled into a car’s oil tank, the vehicle should not be turned on. The oil and filter should immediately be drained and removed to let the system sit empty for a while to allow the remaining water to evaporate.