Roadwarrior and Diesel Laptops’ collaborative project the Diesel Decoder was recently featured on The Heavy-Duty Parts Report! HDPR’s host Jamie Irvine interviewed the Senior Vice
As truck manufacture and design develops, heavy-duty trucks have become more and more computerized. When working on post-2010 trucks, mechanics usually start by scanning for
Max Goulet runs the regular feature La Minute à Max (Max’s Minute). In it, he explores ways to repair and replace broken HD truck parts
What is a NOx Sensor? NOx sensors are exactly what they sound like—sensors that detect NOx (harmful nitrogen oxide particles) in your truck’s exhaust stream.
Heavy duty truck fault codes, also known as DTC codes, can be confusing for new and established truck drivers alike. By answering popular questions about
To do their job properly, emergency services vehicles need a reliable power source to charge vital equipment. Long-lasting lithium batteries boost the electric APUs in
For most commercial truck drivers, regens range from a minor inconvenience to a significant issue. But did you know cutting down on idling dramatically reduces
Trolling motors are popular among professional and hobby fishermen, allowing you to reach fish stocks at middling depths away from the shore. Trolling baits and
Fulltime RVers are a small but dedicated subsection of the RV community that have given up the sticks-and-bricks lifestyle and taken to the road permanently.
Long-Haul Truckers Save Fuel with Lithium APU Batteries Your truck’s electric APU is designed to cut fuel costs and idle time and increase the comfort
If You See Smoke: Say Something! Apart from the faint white exhaust smoke that comes from the tailpipe in cold temperatures, you should not see
In two years as the only aftermarket replacement One-Box manufacturer, the Roadwarrior R&D team has developed our expertise considerably. We’ve expanded Roadwarrior’s design offering
Heavy-duty aftertreatment systems work with your diesel engine to reduce emissions and increase efficiency. The two systems are interlinked, allowing them to work much
From bulldozers, earthmovers and excavators to mobile cranes and pavers, the vast majority of North America’s construction equipment is fuelled by diesel. In the
On a construction site, every step relies on the one before. This means that the wrong piece of heavy equipment breaking can cause trickle-down