The Leesburg truck mechanics at AAA Semi Truck and Trailer Repair, provide maintenance and all manner of repairs for major truck brands, including Kenworth, International, Peterbilt, Mack, Western Star, Volvo, and Isuzu. Our goal is to take care of all of our customers’ needs, whether we’re working at our shop, at your facility, or over-the-road. In the Leesburg area, no one can beat our tailored fleet maintenance schedules and preventable breakdown solutions. Here’s a list of our truck and fleet services, but if you don’t see what you need, give us a call!.
Our in-shop and mobile technicians provide full-service, personally tailored preventive maintenance plans for diesel fleets. When fleet trucks are properly maintained, problems can be predicted and prevented, and repairs can be completed before failure. We can help you plan service in advance, at the best possible time instead of the worst. If you do need a repair, we’ll work to get your truck back on the road quickly.
Many heavy-duty trucks have special braking needs, which require the use of air brakes. Air brakes are more complex and harder to maintain than regular braking systems. Some of the most common issues arising with air brake systems are brake binding, sensitive brake pedal, and excessive pedal pressure required to slow or stop the truck. If you are experiencing any of these issues with your truck, call AAA Semi Truck & Trailer Repair. Our mechanics will accurately identify the problem with your air brakes and make the appropriate repair.
In Florida, air conditioning is essential. If your truck’s air conditioning system isn’t working properly, it’s going to make for some miserable driving. AAA Semi Truck & Trailer Repair specializes in truck A/C service and repair, ensuring your truck continues to keep you cool and comfortable even when the temperatures are soaring.
AAA Semi Truck & Trailer Repair provides 24-hour roadside breakdown service in Leesburg and the surrounding areas. Call us for immediate help, and we’ll get you back on the road as quickly as possible, or we’ll get you to our shop if you need additional repairs or service.
Antilock brake systems (ABS), or electronic brake control modules (EBCM), are featured in many trucks manufactured since the mid-to-late 90s. The stopping mechanisms in modern ABS are superior to ordinary brake systems and provide enhanced safety in quick stop situations. But like most truck components, ABS need regular maintenance and repairs. Gregory Sardinha is specifically trained for ABS, providing an alternative ABS repair solution to costly dealership service.
Truck clutches naturally degrade over time as miles accumulate. Namely, the cutch disc can wear down, especially with stop-and-go city driving that requires significant shifting. Pulling a trailer and aggressive driving can also accelerate clutch wear, but even careful truck drivers will have to have service on their truck’s clutch eventually. Our truck repair technicians can take care of whatever you clutch needs to function smoothly, such as replacing the pressure plate, clutch disk, throw-out bearing, fly wheel, or hydraulic parts. We’ll never replace more parts than necessary.