The best way to prevent long-term and costly problems with your equipment is to keep up with its preventative maintenance schedule. One major key to successfully making sure you are doing all you need to do is to read your equipment’s owner’s manual. The owner’s manual will most often contain a maintenance schedule with listed procedures to keep your equipment in good condition. The equipment manufacturer provides suggestions for how often you need to change your fluids, filters, driving belts, timing belts and more. The maintenance schedule is provided by the people who understand your equipment the best—the company that built it. While some preventative maintenance—such as topping off fluids—can be performed by the vehicle’s owner, other, more complicated procedures should be done by experts like the team at Specialized Equipment Repair. Our team can keep your equipment in top shape by performing the following maintenance:
* Inspecting and replacing timing and serpentine belts to prevent damage to engine
* Inspecting and repair or replacing hydraulic rams
* Checking or changing equipment fluids
* Checking batteries
* Checking cabin air filters:
* Checking and replacing your engine air filter, you may need to replace your air, oil, and fuel filters more frequently if you are in dusty conditions.
* Checking and replacing injectors and spark plugs
* Tire rotation on fleet vehicles: This helps ensure even wear on your tires. It also helps make your ride smoother.
* Tire balancing: Balancing your tires prevents wear, which can significantly improve their life
* Wheel alignment
By following your vehicle’s owner’s manual and having your equipment inspected and maintained regularly, you can greatly reduce problems and save money in the long run. Let the expert team at Specialized Equipment Repair help your equipment stay in good condition.