Video Gallery: How to Get the Most Out of John Deere Sub-Compact Utility Tractors (Part 2)

January 21, 2016

John Deere sub-compact utility tractors carry the superior performance that customers have come to expect. Operators can tackle the hardest chores on their list with up to 25 horsepower, AutoConnect, iMatch compatibility, and hundreds of implements and attachment options.

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However, even with these key features and other conveniences, there are several things that owners and operators can do to ensure that they are getting the most out of their machines.

Last week, we shared part one of this video gallery and explained some key tasks to get the most out of your John Deere compact utility tractor. Today, we wanted to continue sharing our insights by providing you with some additional tips and tricks to maintain your John Deere sub-compact utility tractor. Enjoy!

How To Change Your Transmission Oil and Filter

How should you change the transmission oil and filter on your John Deere sub-compact utility tractor? Watch this video to make sure that you’re doing it right.

How To Change Your Fuel Filter 

Changing the fuel filter on your John Deere tractor is essential. Here’s a step-by-step guide to walk you through the process.

How To Change Your Air Filter

Preserve the life of your John Deere machinery by changing your filters regularly. Watch this video to find out how to efficiently change the air filter on your John Deere sub-compact utility tractor.

How To Change Your Engine Oil and Filter

Want to learn how to change the engine oil and filter on your equipment? This video provides an outline of the steps you should take. You can also access more detailed directions and safety information in your operating manual.

We hope you enjoyed the second part of our John Deere compact and sub-compact utility tractors video gallery series. If you missed part one, be sure to check it out here: How to Get the Most Out of John Deere Compact Utility Tractors (Part 1).

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