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2006 New Holland TC 45 DA

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stwillprops
Join Date: Oct 2018
Posts: 2 Weeksville, North Carolina
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2018-10-29          198078


I have a tractor , really it's the first time I have Serviced it , in probably 7 plus years
So I want to do it Right
Really , like the tractor , but I honestly have been neglecting it, when Someone in my Shoes is Lucky to Have Anything At All.
So any suggestions will be Helpful
And I dont know what to Expect, it is my first time on Tractor Point, so Let's Roll

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Hogslayer
Join Date: Jan 2018
Posts: 34 Northern michigan
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2018-10-31          198084


Sounds like a new air filter (or back blow out the current one if it isn't real dirty) is in order.
2. Warm the engine and change oil and filter to your nearest dealer's recommendations for oil and filter.
3. Grease all lube points.
4. Check for proper tire inflation.
5. You may want to change out your fuel filter. Be careful doing this, you may lose your prime. It is a messy job to prime it.


Replacing antifreeze is another consideration. Sometimes the rust inhibitors in the antifreeze,break down and a flush I'd good.

Do all of the above more often!!! ....

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2006 New Holland TC 45 DA

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Hogslayer
Join Date: Jan 2018
Posts: 34 Northern michigan
TractorPoint Premium Member -- 5 Tractors = Very Frequent Poster

2018-10-31          198085


Sounds like a new air filter (or back blow out the current one if it isn't real dirty) is in order.
2. Warm the engine and change oil and filter to your nearest dealer's recommendations for oil and filter.
3. Grease all lube points.
4. Check for proper tire inflation.
5. You may want to change out your fuel filter. Be careful doing this, you may lose your prime. It is a messy job to prime it.


Replacing antifreeze is another consideration. Sometimes the rust inhibitors in the antifreeze,break down and a flush I'd good.

Do all of the above more often!!! ....

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bloggins
Join Date: Apr 2006
Posts: 103 Kingston, Ontario
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2018-10-31          198086


If you rarely change the oil, then I recommend using a synthetic diesel oil and a dealer (stock) oil filter. Synthetic can absorb the long time intervals between changes.

Your intro sounded like an intro for Abused Tractors Anonymous (ATA)! :)



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