Truck Breakdown in Phoenix?

Truck broke down in Phoenix?

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Truck Repair Phoenix,AZ

If your semi truck, RV or bus breaks down in the Phoenix metro area, call us immediately and we’ll get you back on the road as quickly and safely as possible. 

Offering 24 hour mobile semi truck and trailer repair, we will travel anywhere in the Phoenix area to provide Truckers Road Service in Phoenix. Next time you need a mobile truck mechanic, give us a call. 

When you’re on the open road, the unexpected sometimes happens. Semi truck breakdowns never come at a good time, which is why we offer emergency roadside truck repair 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When you call us, our courteous, professional technicians will be there to help in a hurry. We know that your time is valuable and that each minute spent waiting for a repair is more money lost.

Our truck mechanics in Phoenix will be there to meet your emergency truck and road service needs, and we promise to get you back on the road as quickly as possible!

Our roadside technicians can repair your semi truck or trailer on-site to minimize your downtime so you can stay on schedule.

Truck Road Service Shop Phoenix

Diesel Engine Repairs

Cooling System Repairs

Suspension Repairs

Air Brake Repairs

Electrical Repairs

Trailer Repairs

Diesel Engine Repair in Phoenix

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Truck Engine Repair Phoenix

As any truck driver knows, diesel engine failures are not fun. Waiting for a tow truck can be a huge time waster, not to mention the time it takes to get hooked up and then the drive to whatever the closest truck repair shop might be. And if that’s not bad enough, if your engine quits after hours, you might be in for an overnight delay.

When you need roadside on site engine repairs on your truck, RV, bus or other big truck, call us and we’ll send someone right to your location ASAP. Our mission as a company is to get your truck engine fixed fast so you can get back on schedule. Whatever your issue is whether it’s excessive smoking, hard starting, overheating, or just a rough running engine, Midwest has you covered.

Suspension Repair Phoenix

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Truck Suspension Repair

Keeping your truck suspension working for you instead of against you means keeping bolts, bushings, and fittings tightened at all times. When suspension components start to loosen, the result is tires wearing quickly or unevenly, springs can break, fuel economy suffers, and drivers complain about the ride quality.

To keep your suspension in top condition, the key is to regularly retorque your fasteners.  Regardless of the type of suspension on your truck or trailer, the most important aspect of suspension maintenance is maintaining fastener torque.  When tightening suspension fasteners, first make sure the joint is clean and free of rust before using the torque wrench. For newer fasteners, tightening once or twice is enough. If your truck is older, your suspension fasteners should be replaced with parts of the same size and torque specifications. And always torque to manufacturer’s specified recommendations.

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U-bolts are used to clamp the axle to the suspension, and are also subject to wear and loosening fasteners. The U-bolts need to be torqued regularly. Never reuse a U-bolt or the nut, and always ensure that they have been properly torqued the first time. Under the heavy loads truckers haul every day, these fasteners can become compromised and need to be replaced.

Broken and Worn Bushings

Suspension bushings designed to provide flexibility between moving parts while maintaining a smooth ride wear out over time and need to be replaced. And while visual inspections are typically enough to find problems like gaps between the end caps and the fastener, manual suspension tests can tell a bit more about potential suspension failures. One way to do this is by placing a bottle jack under the end of a suspension beam and moving it up and down, while looking for any movement between the parts.  It’s good to have these types of tests done about every six months to stay ahead of any worn fittings or bushings. And every truck driver knows, fixing problems early is the best way to save money and avoid breakdowns.  

Modern bushings don’t need to be regularly lubricant, but front spring bushings still need to be lubricated thoroughly on a regular basis. This can be done manually by jacking up the frame to relieve the weight on the axle and the spring itself.   When applying the axle grease, make sure all the old grease has been pushed out. sBushing used in mechanical suspension systems play a more important role, because as they wear, they will cause alignment issues that can be very dangerous.  Alignment issues on a semi truck or trailer are not something you want to mess with. Out of alignment suspension can cause premature tire wear, excessive wear to other major suspension problems, and costly repairs down the road.  

Truck Shock Absorbers

Even the top brand shocks don’t last forever, even though you might not think there is a problem simply by inspecting your shocks visually. A good general rule is to replace your shocks when you replace your tires, that way everything is fresh and you don’t cause premature wear and tear on one part because you failed to replace the other.  Visual inspections should be performed every 20,000 miles, looking for any leaks, cracks, broken mounts or missing fasteners.  You can manually grab the shocks and test for any back and forth play that would indicate a missing bolt or internal failure. If you find any liquid oil on the outside of the shock, that’s a major signal of internal failure, and requires immediate replacement. Grease or residue on the outside of the shock is normal and typically comes from the harsh road conditions.

Air Brake Repair Phoenix

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Truck Brake Repairs Phoenix

The list of issues causing brake problems include: internal water and contamination in air supply and control system, oil passing from compressor, external contamination and corrosion, air pressure leakage, brake system pressure and timing imbalance, reduced foundation brake performance, and ineffective maintenance practices.

Brake-related problems are likely to draw out-of-service citations, which means a call-out before the truck can even be moved. It’s vital to include regular and consistent brake inspections and service as part of preventative maintenance. Tractor-trailer accidents happen too all the time, and some of those accidents are caused by brake failure due to brakes that were not properly maintained. 

Brakes are one of the most important safety features of big rig driving. They can be overused, not maintained properly, or perhaps even be the result of a faulty design. Truck drivers need to be able to depend on their brakes. You can never be too careful when it comes to brake maintenance and repair.

Air Brake Repairs Phoenix

To maintain air brakes in sound working order, they need to be able to perform a host of tasks to keep a steady flow of air compressed and directed.  As a driver presses on the brake pedal, the air is moved through the lines into the brake chamber. The compressed air is moved against a push rod that then pushes against the slack adjuster, which turns the S-Cam allowing the brake linings to reach the brake drum, which creates friction to slow the truck down. Every part of your truck braking system needs to be in working order for this process to work and your brakes to be effective.

Electrical System Repair Phoenix

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Truck Electrical Repairs

Semi trucks have a number of different electrical components and systems, which means more opportunities for failures. Truck electrical problems can include: starting system, charging system, and lighting. These problems are typically a result of the reduction of idle time and the increased electrical loads from heating and A/C systems.   


Truck batteries have the important responsibility of supplying power to the starting system, but they also power all other electrical components. And when these parts malfunction, it can mean everything from cab light outages to complete electrical system failure. It’s vitally important to maintain your battery’s health to keep your fleet running efficiently.

Truck battery getting a jump start with jumper cables in Phoenix

Radiator and Cooling System Repair Phoenix

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Truck A/C and Cooling Repairs Phoenix 

The semi truck cooling system is one of the most important components in a properly functioning diesel engine. Engine coolant maintenance is just as important as a regular oil changes. Some diesel engine owners may wonder if the cooling system in their vehicle operates the same way as a cooling system in a standard gas engine.

Though the systems operate generally the same, the coolant condition in a diesel engine is more important than in a gasoline engine. One of the biggest reasons for radiator and cooling system neglect is probably that owners simply don’t understand the importance of periodically checking the condition of the coolant, even though it’s a necessary aspect of routine semi truck maintenance.

Truck A/C and Cooling Repairs Phoenix 

The semi truck cooling system is one of the most important components in a properly functioning diesel engine. Engine coolant maintenance is just as important as a regular oil changes. Some diesel engine owners may wonder if the cooling system in their vehicle operates the same way as a cooling system in a standard gas engine.

Though the systems operate generally the same, the coolant condition in a diesel engine is more important than in a gasoline engine. One of the biggest reasons for radiator and cooling system neglect is probably that owners simply don’t understand the importance of periodically checking the condition of the coolant, even though it’s a necessary aspect of routine semi truck maintenance.

Coolant leaks are often caused by cracked or ill-fitting hoses or can even come from a hole in the radiator. Radiators are typically made of aluminum, which is thin and easily damaged, making leaks a common occurrence.  However, the number one cause of coolant leaks is corrosion inside the radiator. And the number one cause of corrosion is a lack of regular maintenance such as coolant changes and regular radiator flushing. That’s why it’s so important to see your technician on a regular basis.

A/C Repairs

Performing service and preventative maintenance on your truck’s air conditioning system is very important. The A/C system will eventually wear with usage, with hose pipes leaking, tubes can get clogged and leak if not serviced.  These problems will cause reduced efficiency and minimize heating and cooling capabilities.  Regular maintenance and early identification of leaks in your truck’s A/C system can save you time and keep you operating at peak performance!

Indications your A/C system may be having issues:

A/C blows outside temp air

Blows air that smells musty 

Truck not warming up in cold weather

Defroster is slow or doesn’t work

Climate control only works when driving or stops working when truck is idling

Heater blows cold air

A/C blows warm air

No airflow, even with the fan set to high

Body and Trim Repair

Body components such as bumpers, wing flaps, fenders and marker lights can take a real beating during delivery, and loose parts can wreak havoc on the road. Does your truck qualify for a ‘honk if parts fall off’ bumper sticker?

Technical Inspections

Trailer control and other cargo issues can cause your truck to fail a technical inspection, which can leave you stuck with a truck that isn’t  road ready, which means you can’t haul loads and earn your paycheck.

Power Liftgate Repair

Don’t let a neglected liftgate leave you and your cargo sitting on the dock.  We can service all makes and models of lift gates to get you unloaded and back on the road quickly.