Bus, RV and Food Truck Generator Repair
We are known as the generator experts and that knowledge extends to RV generators, food truck generators, buses or any other “big rig” with an on-board generator.
Our Wixom and Zeeland locations can service, fix and repair the generators on your RV’s, food trucks, etc. Call 1-800-485-8068 to schedule your appointment – whether it’s just a generator tune-up, major repair or just an inspection and testing to make sure you’re ready for power, Wolverine Power Systems is here to help.
Schedule Generator Repair, Maintenance and Inspections
Call 1-800-485-8068 ahead of time and schedule your appointment.
We’ve repaired RV generators for people that were passing through town on vacation and had issues pop-up, tour buses, medical trucks, food trucks and even towable and portable generators for big rigs.
The last thing you want to happen when on vacation or out in the field and have the on-board generator not function when you need it most. It can ruin a vacation or be lost revenue for food trucks, and even be a safety hazard for medical and special service trucks.
Contact us to fix or repair your on-board generator.
Safety Tips for On-board Generators
- Be aware of the exhaust! Generators produce carbon monoxide at a high level, just like a car does. You don’t want the exhaust blowing into air vents or into crowded spaces.
- Make sure the generator is properly grounded. Many electrical issues can be traced back to a faulty ground.
- There are a lot of hot parts on generators when they’ve been running. Make sure to stay clear of mufflers and engine parts.
- Don’t refuel when the the generator is on or still hot.
- Have a fire extinguisher ready to go. That means make sure its up to current standards, fully charged and easy, quick access in case of emergency.
- Know the limits of your generator. What kW is it rated for? You don’t want to put too many things on the generator and have it strain and break down.
- Make sure to keep the air intake and radiator is clean and no debris is blocking. Do this prior to turning on the generator.
- Make sure your battery is fully charged
- Watch for fluid leaks, such as coolant and oil. Check fluids at least once a week.
- Service the generator! If your generator is gasoline or propane, then we recommend it to be serviced after about 100 hours. A diesel generator should be serviced at about 250 hours.
If you need help with any of the above items in the list for your on-board generator, call at 1-800-485-8068 and schedule and appointment. Make sure your generator is ready when you are.