How to use the new tractor

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How to use the new tractor

tighten the connectors

although the tractor has been inspected by the manufacturer before leaving the factory, the machine will inevitably have loose connections during repeated operation. Therefore, all kinds of connectors and fasteners should be tightened in time, especially the steering system, braking system, suspension and wheels

check the liquid level

mainly the oil level of fuel tank, water level of water tank, lubricating oil level of transmission and rear axle, and the liquid level of battery electrolyte. In case of insufficient liquid level, liquid materials shall be added in time

use engine oil correctly

before use, check the amount of engine oil in the oil pan, which should not be less than the lower scribed line of the oil dipstick. If the tractor leaves the factory in summer and comes back in winter, it should be replaced with winter oil, and vice versa. The oil filter on large tractors is in the middle and high-end market. The change-over switch should be switched to the "summer" or "winter" position according to the season or temperature. In order to prevent the oil in the oil pan of the oil bath air filter from splashing out during operation and polluting the vehicle appearance, some manufacturers have not added it before leaving the factory, so they should pay attention to adding oil after buying it

don't relax the running in

is to make the speed of the new machine from low to high, and the load from small to large. Through the step-by-step operation process, the machining marks on the friction surfaces such as gears and shafts are polished and become more seamless. Running in plays an important role in prolonging the service life of parts. Don't ignore the running in process in order to save oil and trouble, otherwise it will be penny wise and pound foolish. Compared with the performance of E glass, it will be sold by piece instead of by ton, causing damage to the conventional lifting belt (synthetic fiber lifting belt) in advance. (end)

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