Above on the page there're some Service PDF Manuals (Electric Wiring Diagrams) for SKODA-LIAZ Trucks.
At the end of 1951, the government of Czechoslovakia decided to resume the production of aircraft at the Avia plant, and transfer the production of buses and heavy trucks Skoda-706 to a plant in the village of Rynovice, which is part of the LIAZ group of enterprises.
Although LIAZ became independent from Skoda in 1953, it still continued to use its name (Skoda LIAZ) until 1984.
Since 1957, the Skoda LIAZ factories have produced Skoda 706RTS dump trucks, Skoda 706RTTN truck tractors, as well as the Skoda 706RT chassis, on the basis of which flatbed trucks, buses and various specialized vehicles were produced.
All Skoda 706RT series trucks were equipped with a 160 hp direct-injection diesel engine.
In 1966, a new series of Skoda 706MT trucks was launched into production, equipped with six-cylinder in-line 180 hp M630 diesel engines and a 210 hp engine modification developed 3 years later, designated M634.
In 1974, a new truck was added to the existing model range - the Skoda LIAZ 100, developed on the basis of the 706MT series trucks.
Two-axle trucks with a gross weight of up to 19 tons and Škoda LIAZ 100.42 truck tractors, designed for road trains weighing up to 38 tons, were the first to be put on the conveyor.
In the same year, a truck tractor with an index of 100.45 was added to them, and a year later, a flatbed truck 100.05.
Ten years later, the car changed, it received a new design, a reclining cab, rear air suspension and a new designation - Skoda LIAZ 110.
Initially, the truck was equipped with one of five modifications of the M630 engine with power from 210 to 320 hp.
In 1992, the Skoda LIAZ 110.573 truck tractors appeared, equipped with a large-capacity Maxi cab and an anti-lock brake system.
In 1995, the Skoda concern bought back the shares of the LIAZ factories, forming the Joint Stock Company Skoda-LIAZ (Skoda-LIAZ a.s.).
In addition to the already produced models, it was planned to develop and put into production a new series of trucks.
The first truck created by the new joint-stock company was the main truck tractor Skoda LIAZ Xena 19.47TBV.
The novelty was intended for road trains weighing up to 44 tons.
The tractor was equipped with a fiberglass cab on an aluminum frame, foreign-made axles, a 16-speed Eaton gearbox, ABS, front disc brakes and an electronically controlled air suspension at the rear.
In 2000, Skoda LIAZ Fox series trucks equipped with engines up to 330 hp were added to the company's model range, but their release did not change the difficult financial situation of the company.
The last truck was produced by LIAZ on September 1, 2003.