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Power Systems, Inc. is where our customers are able to get a generator product and/or service that is efficiant and dependable.

Power Systems, Inc. is focused on providing the best possible customer support. Our dedicated team is available to answer any questions or concerns you may have. You can rely on Power Systems, Inc. to be your Generator Service Provider any hour of any day. Our Certified Technicians have the experience and expertise to ensure that your Generator System will be ready to handle all of your emergency power needs. Call us to meet your needs whether it be in a crisis situation or if you need a planned maintenance contract.

40 Point Inspection


  • Clean / Replace Air Cleaner Element
  • Check Complete Air System For Deficiencies
  • Clean / Change Oil In Bath Filter
  • Check Turbocharger Shaft End Play
  • Check / Tighten Turbocharger Mounting Bolts


  • Change Engine Oil & Oil Filter
  • Change Hydraulic Governor Oil
  • Clean / Replace Crankcase Breather
  • Check Complete Engine For Oil Leaks
  • Check PVC Valve


  • Inspect / Replace All Belts & Hoses
  • Check / Fill Coolant Level
  • Test Specific Gravity Of Anti-Freeze
  • Change Corrosion Resistor Element (Full PM Only)
  • Check Complete System For Coolant Leaks
  • Check Block Heater & Thermostat
  • Lube Fan Hub


  • Inspect Day Tank & Fuel Inside Tank
  • Check / Replace Fuel Filter(s)
  • Check Operation Of Governor
  • Clean Fuel Pump Screen
  • Check Fuel Lines For Leaks


  • Check / Clean & Tighten All Electrical Connections
  • Check Electrolyte Level Of Batteries
  • Check Operation Of All Sending Units
  • Inspect / Replace Points, Condenser & Plugs (Full PM Only)
  • Inspect Ignition System
  • Check / Set Timing (Full PM Only)
  • Check Operation Of Battery Charger; Replace Blown Fuses


  • Check Oil, Start, Warm-Up, Oil Pressure
  • Check Amps & Volts Per Leg
  • Check Frequency
  • Adjust Frequency & Voltage As Required
  • Check Exhaust System For Leaks
  • Check Timing Sequence On Cranking Cycles
  • Check Operation Of Transfer Switch
  • Check Engine / Generator Controls Settings
  • Start Engine From Test Position
  • Start Engine From Automatic Position
  • Check All Alarm Systems
  • Inspect / Replace Pilot Lights

*These checks may vary depending on the manufacturer, fuel type, and design of the generator.

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