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Periodical Maintenance Chart

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Daily Maintenance

H Tire Pressures Pressure of the tires of the tractor wheels must be checked every day before starting operation. Tires must be visually checked from outside and identify if there is any anomaly. If tire is worn more on both sides compared to the central part, that means tires have run under low pressure, tires must be pressurized to the air pressure stated in the tractor maintenance operating manual. If tire is worn more in the middle, that means tires have run under high pressure, then air pressure must be reduced. Attention must be paid for having tire pressures at the values stated in the tractor maintenance Operating Manual.
AFuel FillingFuel used in the tractor must be stabilized if possible and fuel must be filled into the tractor tank after end of daily work while returning from work in the evening. The reason for this is to prevent mixing of the air in the empty tank through transformation into water with decrease of temperature in the night. Wet fuel complicates operation of the motor as well as rusts the tank, causes certain malfunctions of up to pump and injectors.
YMotor Oil Level  This check must be done very carefully. Every day before starting the motor, oil level must be checked by taking out the oil dipstick in level place. Motor oil level must always be between maximum and minimum marking lines and mostly must be closely positioned to the maximum marking line. Wait for 15 minutes before taking the oil dipstick out for oil to settle down if motor is hot.
RRadiator  For water cooled motors, radiator cover is opened before motor is started and water level is checked, if required, topped up with limeless clean water. Amount of the water to be added must cover the coils on upper side. Water container level in the closed circuit radiators must be checked as for our Valtra models. Green plant pieces, stems, straw particles and such other similar foreign bodies on the radiator coils must always be cleaned. Radiator must be cleaned by blowing pressurized air into every coil from the rear part to the front part. Bent radiator vanes must be fixed.
EElectrical Equipment  Entire lighting system must be checked individually for operation including brake and signalization lamps. Battery must always be checked every day before starting operation. Battery cells must be checked and those lacking water must be topped up with distilled water. Amount of the distilled water to be added must be about 1 cm above the coils in the battery. Also, if the holes on battery covers are clogged, they must be opened with a needle or similar metal. Battery charge indicated on the battery must be checked. There might be three different colours on the indicator. If indicator is in green, that means charging status of the battery is good. If indicator is in black, that means battery needs to be charged. If indicator is in white, that means electrolyte level of the battery is insufficient. Level must be topped up with distilled water.
TPrecautionsPresence of a regular braking affect must be checked by touching the brakes for a short time while starting operation with your tractor. Also the nuts of the wheels must be checked for tightness before starting operation.

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Maintenance Recommendations

Useful Information

• Have periodic maintenance of your tractor performed in time and by our authorized services.
• Regularly clean, timely replace diesel, oil and air filters and you should prefer original filters.
• Use Euro diesel and clean diesel at your tractor.
• Set tire air pressures in accordance with the working conditions as specified in the Operating Manual.
• Use correct equipment suitable for your tractor’s power and land structure.
• Adjust front and rear weights of your tractor according to land structure and operating conditions (it’s not recommended to add water into tires). • Hydraulic side tension rod, hanger arm and mid arm settings must be adjusted correctly in compliance with type of equipment, land conditions and soil structure.
• Use your tractor with double drive on any land condition.
• Do not keep your foot on clutch pedal.
• ATTENTION ! Never perform turns with the differential locked during field operations.

Your Safety is Our Safety

• Absolutely read the Operating Manual provided with the tractor.
• Do not make technical modifications to the tractor without approval of manufacturer company.
• During operation of tractor, always wear Your Seat Belt.
• Never remove safety frame of your tractor with robes.
• Always turn the beacon lamp on in the day-at night while travelling with tractor.
• Lights of your tractor must always be functional, use them on while travelling.
• Use right-left brake pedals interlocked while driving on the road.
• Do not carry passenger, stuff on mud guard or platform.
• Choose lower shifts while going downhill with heavy load, never switch to neutral.