Above on the page there're some Service PDF Manuals, Electric Wiring Diagrams & Fault Codes DTC for RENAULT Trucks.
In its more than 100-year history, the French automotive giant Renault has achieved many successes, and one of them is the longevity of some projects.
The flagship model of Renault Magnum truck tractors appeared in 1990 and since then has not gone out of production, undergoing only phased upgrades, invariably remaining a bestseller in the European truck market.
In 2013, Renault is starting to completely change its truck lineup, but experts believe that the new flagship will still be very similar to the iconic Magnum.
Renault Premium is Magnum's main competitor in Renault's production range in terms of popularity and longevity.
Its debut took place in 1996 and from the very beginning of its appearance on the market, Renault Premium truck has been constantly subjected to numerous upgrades, both aesthetically and technically.
The serial version is produced with Dxi turbo diesel engines that meet the requirements of Euro-3 and Euro-4 standards, with power from 240 to 460 hp.
Premium Distribution engines of new generations are equipped with the Optifuel fuel consumption control system.
There are also several types of gearboxes. A ZF manual gearbox with 6, 9 or 16 speeds comes standard with a Servoshift servo amplifier.
The Allison automated 6-speed transmission is suitable for work involving frequent stops and starts of the machine.
On new models, cleaver + robotic gearboxes are also installed.
The versatile truck Renault Premium Lander relatively recently appeared in the model range of the French automaker, in 2003, and in 2008 was selected as the truck of the year.
Mobile, powerful, heavy-duty, productive, Lander is suitable for work in any conditions.
A car with a gross weight of 18-26 tons is bought both as a main tractor and for regional transportation on a dirt road, operation in rough terrain, transportation of building and bulk materials, road and construction work.