Case Service Maintenance
Regular maintenance and servicing are crucial to keep these tractors in optimal working condition. Here are some general service guidelines:
Oil and Filter Changes: Regularly change the engine oil and filters according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Air Filter: Clean or replace the air filter regularly to ensure proper engine performance and prevent dust and debris from entering the system.
Fuel System: Inspect the fuel system for leaks, and keep the fuel filters clean or replace them as needed.
Cooling System: Check coolant levels and ensure the radiator is clean and free of debris to prevent overheating.
Hydraulic System: Regularly check hydraulic fluid levels and inspect for any leaks. Change hydraulic filters as recommended.
Tires and Wheels: Inspect tire pressure, tread wear, and wheel bolts regularly. Proper tire maintenance ensures stability and traction.
Electrical System: Keep the battery charged and clean. Check lights, switches, and wiring for any issues.
Brakes and Clutch: Inspect the brakes and clutch for proper operation and adjust as needed.
Transmission and PTO: Regularly check transmission fluid levels and ensure smooth engagement of the power take-off (PTO) system.
General Inspections: Perform routine inspections of belts, hoses, and other components for wear and tear. Lubricate moving parts as required.