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Preparing your tractor for a season of productivity

Ensure your tractor is up to the task, whether you’re clearing land, landscaping, gardening or cultivating crop. Use the TYM tractor pre-season checklist for better fuel efficiency, enhanced productivity and lower maintenance costs.

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Follow each of these steps and complete the pre-season checklist for your TYM tractor. 

  1. Inspect your spark plugs

    Ensure your spark plugs do not appear damaged. If you see any sludge covering the spark plugs, it may be time for a replacement. Making sure your spark plugs are in good working condition will prevent engine misfires and inefficiency.

  2. Clean the radiator and engine

    Remove the radiator screen and clear away any debris or dust. Use an auto-greaser to clear engine buildup. This will prevent overheating and damage to your engine.

  3. Examine your engine filter

    If the engine filter on your tractor is dirty, consider replacing it. High-quality filters with little build-up contribute directly to better engine efficiency and lower running costs.

  4. Replace oils and fluids

    After a long time in storage, your tractor’s oil and radiator fluids may have become contaminated from condensation and environmental elements.  Perform an oil change and flush the radiator to facilitate optimal operation.

  5. Run the engine on idle

    If you’re taking your tractor out of storage, it is important to let the engine run for about 30 minutes. This will help maintain longevity of the engine and lubricate the systems.

  6. Check tractor signals

    While your engine is running, make sure your indicators and work lights are working. This will help you work safely on the field, especially in low light conditions.

  7. Tighten all nuts and bolts

    Prevent the loss of parts and pieces by tightening any loose bolts and nuts. This will also prevent the risk of breakdown and avoid additional maintenance costs.

  8. Test the controls

    Finally, you can now test the controls to operate your tractor. Ensure that the operator dashboard does not show any alerts or warning signals, and test the clutch, brakes and steering wheel.

Good luck! You are set for a productive season ahead. Reference your owner’s manual for daily maintenance information specific to your tractor to continue optimum operation.

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