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SOURCE: Speedometer not working in 2002 Peterbilt. How do I check for what's wrong?

when your speedometer is not working it is usually the cable from the transmission to the back of the dash

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SOURCE: where is the abs located on a 2001 387 peterbilt

on any car/truck it is going to be near the brake master cylinder, so follow the brake lines from there.
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SOURCE: 2005 peterbilt 387. How many pins are in the round

Should be a J1939 9-pin connector

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SOURCE: 2015 Peterbilt 387. Why doesn't the heater work?

It's so new you should not have a problem but you are not getting coolant to flow through your heater core. I suspect an electrical problem around the water shutoff valve or a vacuum hose or cable not opening the heater valve. You might be able to manually open the heater valve.

Posted on Oct 05, 2015

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2009 peterbilt 387, hard to steer when start driving in the mornings & parking. Once on the road she loosen up and drives fine. What's the problem?


Could be low on power steering fluid?
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2010 peterbilt 387. Why doesn't heat come out?


check that the heater control tap is being turned on when you select hot
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2015 Peterbilt 387. Why doesn't the heater work?


It's so new you should not have a problem but you are not getting coolant to flow through your heater core. I suspect an electrical problem around the water shutoff valve or a vacuum hose or cable not opening the heater valve. You might be able to manually open the heater valve.

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Where is the abs located on a 2001 387 peterbilt


on any car/truck it is going to be near the brake master cylinder, so follow the brake lines from there.
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Speedometer not working in 2002 Peterbilt. How do I check for what's wrong?


when your speedometer is not working it is usually the cable from the transmission to the back of the dash

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