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Tractor Daily Inspection Checklist

We need to inspect our tractor before we operate it.

The following is a Tractor Daily Inspection Checklist that can be used as a guide.

Before starting your tractor...

Check all fluid levels:

  • Engine oil

  • Coolant

  • Fuel

  • Hydraulic fluid

  • Other fluids

Check underneath the tractor. Do you see any leaks or puddles of fluid that have accumulated?

Tires and wheels:

  • Properly inflated

  • Check tires for cuts or breaks in the tread or sidewalls

  • Observe lug nuts and see if they appear tight


  • Securely held down

  • Connections are clean

  • Electrolyte level is good

General Condition:

  • Cracked or broken parts

  • Leaking or damaged hoses

  • All shields are in place

  • Loose parts, bolts, or nuts

  • SMV emblem is in place, clean, and unfaded

  • Steps are clean of any grease or mud

  • Check the seatbelt to see if it is functioning

After starting the tractor, observe the engine oil pressure gauge and make sure there is oil pressure in the engine.

Turn on the lights and flashers. Walk around the tractor and see if all the lights and flashers are working.

Other checklists may include additional items such as checking the brakes, steering, and transmission. It is important to consult the operator's manual for specific instructions and recommendations.

If you need any further help or have any questions about service, tractors, implements, or anything else equipment-related, please contact your dealer, local mechanic, or call us at 602-734-9944. Please ask about our current new and used tractor supply.

If you are looking for old, vintage, classic, or new tractor parts, send us a part request.

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