What kind of truck is the International 3800?
The International 3800 is a Type C (conventional) bus chassis that was manufactured by Navistar International for school bus and commercial bus applications. It was produced from 1989 until 2004. The replacement for the S-Series “Schoolmaster”, the 3800 used powertrains and components from the 4700 and 4900 lines of medium-duty trucks.
When did Navistar stop making the International 3800?
The 3800 was discontinued by Navistar in 2004, after outliving the International 4000-Series by three years; it marked the end of the International Harvester S-Series, introduced a quarter-century earlier. When the 3800 was replaced in 2005, the school bus industry had changed from its introduction.
When did the international school bus 3700 come out?
From 1989 to 1994, International offered two versions of its conventional school bus chassis as it had with the S-Series. The 3700 was the lighter-duty model of the lineup; only minor differences in powertrain and weight ratings differentiated it from the 3800. The 3700 only was produced with the 7.3 engine. After 1994, the 3700 was dropped.
Where can I find brake parts for a bus?
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Where do I find the T444E code on my school bus?
Call your local IH dealer and ask them for a list of codes and get yourself a copy of the engine diagnostic manual. You will probably need it later. start with the first code,check cables at battery,there are 2 smaller cables attached with inline fuses,they get corroded.
When did the International 3800 get a hood badge?
For 1992, it received a redesigned instrument panel with larger gauges. In 1995, along with all other International medium-duty trucks, the 3800 received chrome hood badges denoting the model series and its engine type; the grille badging changed from red to chrome.
When was the 3400 replaced by the 3200?
The 3400 was replaced by the 3200 when the 4000-series trucks were replaced by the DuraStar; currently, the 3200 is used only for transit bus, commercial bus, and specialty vehicle applications. The 3600 was a chassis custom-designed for the Vista from Thomas Built Buses.