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Freightliner Coronado Trucks Service workshop Repair Manual

Freightliner Coronado Trucks Service workshop Repair Manual
122SD and CORONADO 132, Powerful and versatile engine offerings? Check. Smoothriding Freightliner AirLiner suspension and Eaton Fuller 10-speed manual transmission, standard? Check. OtherEaton and Allison transmission options? Got them. Add to that an aerodynamic under-hood air cleaner system with dual hood air intake grilles, a complete list of standard features designed to lower maintenance costs, and a generous wheel cut up to 50 degrees to conquer tight spaces. As for engine offerings, pick your powerhouse. Freightliner Coronado Trucks.

Freightliner Coronado Trucks Service workshop Repair Manual

The Coronado offers an engine for the job no matter what you haul: from the platform of Detroit™
heavy duty engines, the DD13 , DD15 and DD16 , to the Cummins® ISX15. The engines meet 2010 EPA requirements with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) emissions technology. And all engine and exhaust systems are designed to improve fuel efficiency. With all that technology, the Coronado is ready to hit the road. And handle it.

Every last Coronado detail is engineered for durability and easy maintenance. Take the hood tilt
for instance: almost 90 full degrees for easy engine access. It takes just 40 pounds of lift effort
to open the hood thanks to a spring-assist mechanism. Once inside, see-through fluid reservoirs
let you check levels at a glance.

Freightliner Coronado Trucks Service workshop Repair Manual

In the cab, the Power Distribution Module (PDM) is mounted in
the passenger-side dash for ease of service. A new, longer-lasting single Donaldson® Advanced
Power Core air filter is highly efficient and easy to replace. Reinforced, impact absorbing hood
fenders help prevent damage and “star” cracks.

Freightliner Coronado combined a traditionally-styled long hood with state-of-the-art wind tunnel testing to refine and reduce overall aerodynamic drag when compared to older conventional models. And a new Coronado was born. The enhancements include a lightweight aluminum cab and dual hood-mounted chromed steel air intakes. The Coronado also boasts a lightweight, easy to repair fiberglass hood with chromed steel grille surround and a signature chromed hood handle, a stainless steel sun visor with built-in LED marker lights and, if you choose, a robust 18-inch, Texas square style bumper. Finish it off with an optional accent light package, and you’re ready to roll.

Freightliner Coronado Trucks Service workshop Repair Manual