All our Service Departments are staffed with skilled factory-trained and ASE certified technicians. Our technicians use state-of-the-art diagnostics at our 7 locations throughout Louisiana and have access to more than $9 million in parts inventory. All to help get you back on the road and maximize your vehicle's up time.
Kenworth of Louisiana offers a comprehensive array of services including: commercial truck repair, bus repair, diesel engine repair, commercial truck alignments and tire balancing, onsite flywheel reconditioning, roadside and emergency truck service and repair.
We are certified to support Kenworth, Hino, Cat, Cummins, Paccar MX engines, Autocar, and Allison Transmissions.
If you've got a passion for working on commercial trucks, trailers, and more, be sure to check out all of our truck mechanic positions open in Louisiana!
Mobile Maintenance Service
When you experience breakdowns on the road, we offer Mobile Maintenance Service from all of our 7 locations to help get you back up and running as fast as possible.
Reliability is critical when there's a job to do, and we have the equipment and experience to get your truck in prime shape. If you have any questions or concerns about getting your truck serviced, feel free to call us at (985) 876-3000 and we'll be happy to help you over the phone or assist you in making an appointment. Come talk to us about how to best maintain your investment and learn more about our available services!
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Yes, a semi truck’s tire can be patched. If the area that needs repair is on the tread area of a tire, the repair can be done, but if it's on the side of the tire, it's a different story. It is also important to make sure that the patches and repairs don’t overlap!
Your engine will let you know when it needs an overhaul! Just look out for these signs: low power, hard to start, bad fuel economy, white or blue smoke, high crankcase pressure, low oil pressures and high oil consumption. If your truck starts to have any of these problems, be sure to bring it in for diagnosis to ensure your engine lasts longer and runs smoothly. Even if you're semi isn't exhibiting these issues, you should always follow your engine manufacturer's recommended engine maintenance intervals. While you're in, let us check out your quality def sensors to make sure they are working properly! Be sure to keep an eye on your truck's transmission too!
Follow the engine manufactures guidelines for when oil changes should be performed. Most engine manufactures now base oil change intervals off of fuel economy, so the better your fuel economy the higher mileage the interval will be. No matter what, make sure your commercial truck's oil filter is up to part as well! While oil changes are extremely important, you should also be sure to consistently check on your transmission fluid and break fluid!
This will depend on a number of factors. Some of these factors include: the type of battery you are using (Flooded, AGM, ETC), your trucks application and how it's being used, how long it sits between uses, and more. If you allow the battery to decay too far down before charging you often are unable to recover the battery voltage.