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  1. #1
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    Cool

    been working on trucks for about 6 or 7 years now.going to HVAC evening classes @ community college.Started new job in January as a reefer/diesel engine tech. just completed a 2 week carrier trailer/truck refrigeration school.Man, they busted our b@(($. 8 hours 5 days a week plus 4 hours a night of homework if you really expected to learn what you needed to know. I learned a lot, as intense as some kind of academic boot camp for refrigeration units. Blows my college classes clean outta the water !!!
    Da Threadkilla

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    Cool...Welcome to transport refrigeration ..do you work for a carrier transicold dealer..? I have Thermoking dealer training ill trade you for the carrier info you have..

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    trouble shooting themokings

    i need info on troubleshooting tk 2d2 max engine shutdown?\

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    I don't have info for T-K's, we have some manuals, but they are shop materials. there are some things I would check, codes first and T/S the codes, then check for fuel supply, the run solenoid to energize. etc. sounds like you should try to hook up with smartreefer or will2 ,since they both work on T/K's. good luck...
    Da Threadkilla

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    tk codes

    i need to know what shuts the engine down , how to troubleshoot the engine shutdown system

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