1999 KENWORTH W900
PACCAR’s Kenworth division produces the W900 model series of conventional-cab trucks. The 1999 Kenworth W900 is a Class 8 conventional-cab vehicle designed especially for highway usage to take the role of the 900-series. One of the founders of Kenworth, Worthington, is referred to by the “W” in the model name. The W900 conventional and the K100 COE were released at the same time. Its cab construction was reused in other Kenworth models, making the W900 a flagship conventional that competed against a broad range of other model lines throughout its lifespan.
Performance and Economy
You own the road when you’re behind the wheel of a 1999 Kenworth W900. It’s an expression. It’s a sound that you hear. Recognition of your accomplishment is what this is all about. With a length of 130 inches from the rear of the cab to the front of the bumper, Kenworth’s W900L is among the longest long-nose conventionals. Alternatively, you may overlook the unique message conveyed by the hand-stitched upholstery and the deeply moving twin chromed stacks.
No one isn’t impressed when it comes to hand-painted, hand-masked, and hand-finished work. Make sure you don’t take your eyes off the unique design of a Kenworth AeroCab or Studio Sleeper as you’re driving around town. With a W900, you may customize everything from the engine to the paint scheme while still benefiting from Kenworth’s commitment to doing it right the first time. You get a heavy duty semi truck that has been meticulously designed, built to withstand the toughest conditions, and made to feel like a luxury vehicle.
- Engine type: 3406E
1999 KENWORTH W900 Factory Service Manual
- Power Transmission
- Information System
- Hydraulic System
1999 KENWORTH W900 repair manuals are intended for technicians, and dealerships regularly maintain and repair vehicles. The owner may use these service instructions to verify that any car maintenance or repairs are done properly and exactly on every occasion.
Owner/Operators may also wish to purchase an owners manual to familiarize themselves with the features and operating procedures of the W900
Design, Comfort, and Quality
It’s simple to see why so many experts choose to use a Kenworth W900 above any other vehicle when you’re inside one. Machine-stitched in a deep, rich color. Diamond-and-button upholstery creates an opulent and luxurious environment. The lateral and lumbar support of the Air Cushion Premium Plus seats has been ergonomically adjusted. An advanced instrument panel with multiplexed electronic instrumentation and all the gauge choices you could ever need is equipped with a modern dash with big, easily reachable buttons and knobs.
Seatback pockets drink holders, two 12-volt outlets, and an ideal space for your mobile phone are just some of the in-cab storage features. And there are those things that can’t be seen but must be felt. It’s like Kenworth’s high-performance heater/air conditioner, which has the motor mounted on the firewall to reduce cab noise. Lower toe board angle and suspended throttle and clutch pedals help alleviate leg strain.
The Kenworth W900 is a one-of-a-kind vehicle that may be tailored to exact specifications. A buy can choose from a wide range of weight-saving choices to make it slim for applications that need a lot of payloads. Alternatively, it may be outfitted with factory-installed Kenworth exclusives like polished battery boxes, toolboxes, and fuel tanks. Air cleaners installed on the cowl are made of stainless steel—exhaust stacks with two polished vertical surfaces. Trim panels with lighting. Lighting and horns on the roof. Studio Sleeper measuring 86″ in width.
The 1999 KENWORTH W900 owner’s manual contains important information on the vehicle’s future operation and maintenance.
- Safety and security
- Operation of each component
- Interior Features
- Maintenance and care
- Vehicle specifications
This owner’s manual, written just for owners, will explain when and how to use their vehicle’s numerous features and functions in detail.
Up To The Challenge
You may need a vehicle with a lot of grit and determination—a truck for dumping waste. Using the most up-to-date technology and a wide range of tested heavy-duty components, you may create GCWs that can hold up to 200,000 pounds or more. Engines with the most power. Up to 18,000 pounds per front axle. Liftable axles for the pusher and tag carts are included. Three-wheeled and four-wheeled vehicles Auxiliaries are only one of the many transmission choices available. PTOs for the rear engine. Power steering using two motors. Towing hook is located in the middle of the front bumper. As well as several steel frame options, some with as many as two inserts.
The inside of a Kenworth truck has been built to assist the driver in performing at their best, whether they pick a workhorse-rugged but way-above-standard Splendor cabin or the bespoke appearance of a Diamond upholstery package. Maintain a high level of effectiveness at all times. In a setting that brings them closer to home, they may also relax. The perfect balance between work and play is evident.
Frequently Asked Questions
When did Kenworth stop making the W900?
How much horsepower does the W900 Have?
How did Kenworth get its name?
Founders Harry Kent and Edgar Worthington