How to Identify a 6 Volt Truck?

Answer Many trucks that were originally manufactured as 6-volt vehicles up until the 1950s later converted to 12-volt electrical systems. A truck with a 6-volt generator and 6-volt starter motor can be id... Read More »

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How to Identify a 6-Volt or a 12-Volt Tractor?

Most vehicles with an internal combustion engine require a battery to provide electrical energy for starting. While most automobiles tractors, and lawnmowers make use of a 12-volt battery, not all ... Read More »

How to Identify the VIN on a Ford Truck?

Ford issues all trucks a vehicle identification number (VIN). This number sequence contains information about the truck including the model, engine, power train, chassis, assembly plant and the tru... Read More »

How to Identify 1985 Chevy Truck Motors?

In 1985, Chevy trucks came with nine different motor options ranging from an I6 (in-line six) to a heavy duty 454 ci (cubic inch) V8 to a V8 Detroit diesel. Knowing which engine is in your Chevy tr... Read More »

How to Identify a Chevrolet Truck Air Conditioning Condenser?

Truck air conditioner systems work exactly the same as automotive air conditioner systems. Without a clean, well-serviced condenser--the component where hot refrigerant gas is transformed into li... Read More »