iAuditor Mobile App Preview

Audit

Visual inspections

Look around and under the tractor for loose bolts, rubbish build up, oil, coolant leaks, broken and worn parts

Check engine oil level

Park on a flat surface, check engine oil before starting engine or 5 minutes after engine has stopped

Check transmission level and oil cooler

Check to see that the coolant level is between the FULL and LOW marks of recovery tank. When coolant level drops due to evaporation, add water only up to the FULL level

Clean grill and radiator screen

To clean detach screen and remove foreign matter

Check air cleaner dust indicator

Check dust indicator on air cleaner body, if red signal visible, clean immediately

Check brake and clutch pedal

Inspect brake and clutch pedals for free travel and smooth operation

Check indicators, gauges, and meter

Inspect lights for broken bulbs or lenses

Check seat belts

Check for worn or frayed belts, and that catches are clear of dust

Refuel

Turn key to ON check fuel gauge. Fill when tank shows 1/4 or less. Refuel with diesels if required, when you start refueling an intermittent buzzer sounds, stop refueling when buzzer goes continuos.

Warning and caution labels

Check that all labels are still visible

Tyre pressure

Tyre pressure FRONT 140 Kaplan (1.4kgf/cm2, 20 psi) REAR (1.4kgf/cm2, 20 psi). If utilizing front end loader, ensure front tyres are set to maximum inflation

Photos if required from inspection
Sign off
Select date
Add signature

Tractor Pre Start Checklist

Created by: SafetyCulture Staff | Industry: Agriculture | Downloads: 286

Free Tractor Pre-start Checklist. Performing checks of equipment before each use helps to minimise risks, improve safety and maximise the life of your machinery through regular maintenance checks.

Signup for a free iAuditor account to download and edit this checklist. It will be added to your free account and you will be able to conduct inspections from your mobile device.

Download and edit this free checklist

Browse for other checklists


iauditor logo

The World's #1 Cloud-Based Inspection Software and App

chevron logo
coles logo
emirates logo
overground logo
tesla logo
toyota logo

Audit

Visual inspections

Look around and under the tractor for loose bolts, rubbish build up, oil, coolant leaks, broken and worn parts

Check engine oil level

Park on a flat surface, check engine oil before starting engine or 5 minutes after engine has stopped

Check transmission level and oil cooler

Check to see that the coolant level is between the FULL and LOW marks of recovery tank. When coolant level drops due to evaporation, add water only up to the FULL level

Clean grill and radiator screen

To clean detach screen and remove foreign matter

Check air cleaner dust indicator

Check dust indicator on air cleaner body, if red signal visible, clean immediately

Check brake and clutch pedal

Inspect brake and clutch pedals for free travel and smooth operation

Check indicators, gauges, and meter

Inspect lights for broken bulbs or lenses

Check seat belts

Check for worn or frayed belts, and that catches are clear of dust

Refuel

Turn key to ON check fuel gauge. Fill when tank shows 1/4 or less. Refuel with diesels if required, when you start refueling an intermittent buzzer sounds, stop refueling when buzzer goes continuos.

Warning and caution labels

Check that all labels are still visible

Tyre pressure

Tyre pressure FRONT 140 Kaplan (1.4kgf/cm2, 20 psi) REAR (1.4kgf/cm2, 20 psi). If utilizing front end loader, ensure front tyres are set to maximum inflation

Photos if required from inspection
Sign off
Select date
Add signature