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Agricultural Machinery Servicing National Certificate III (TESDA Course)

The Agricultural Machinery Servicing NC III Qualification consists of competencies that a person must achieve to diagnose and repair electrical systems, engine system, axle system, hydraulic system and transmission system of 4 – wheel drive tractor. It includes competencies on practicing safety measures and waste management. This may be performed by a team of technical personnel or with one or more assistants working with the lead technical personnel.

This Qualification is packaged from the competency map of the Agri-Fishery Sector.

A person who has achieved this Qualification is competent to be:

  • 4-Wheel Tractor Mechanic
  • Senior Mechanic
  • 4-Wheel Tractor Servicing Personnel

AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY SERVICING (4-WHEEL TRACTOR) NC III QUALIFICATION

Course Title: AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY SERVICING (4-WHEEL TRACTOR)
Level: NC III
Nominal Training Duration : 847 Hours

This course is designed to provide the learner with knowledge, practical skills and attitude, applicable in performing work activities involve in diagnosing and repairing electrical system, engine system, axle system, hydraulic system and transmission system of 4 – wheel tractor. This include classroom learning activities and practical work in actual work site or simulation area.

Upon completion of the Agricultural Machinery Servicing NC III course, the learners are expected to demonstrate the below-mentioned competencies to be employed. To obtain this, all units prescribed for this qualification must be achieve.

TRAINEE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Trainees or students wishing to gain entry into this course should possess the following requirements:

  1. Must have completed at least 10 years of basic education or an Alternative Learning System (ALS) Certificate of Completion with grade 10 equivalent holder
  2. Must have communication skills
  3. Must have arithmetic skills
  4. Must have industry experience or immersion through the following mode:
    • Training: training on automotive servicing (repair and maintenance) for at least 528 hours (3 months) and 4-wheel tractor operation for at least 8 hours
      OR
    • Work experience: equivalent and relevant work experience on automotive servicing OR 4-wheel tractor operation for at least 2 years for the last 5 years

COMPETENCY STANDARDS in AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY SERVICING NC III

This units of competency comprising this qualification include the following:

CORE COMPETENCIES (480 Hours)

CODE CORE COMPETENCIES
AFF 723303 Diagnose and Repair Electrical Systems of 4-Wheel Tractor
AFF 723304 Diagnose and Repair Engine System of 4-Wheel Tractor
AFF 723305 Diagnose and Repair Axle System of 4-Wheel Tractor
AFF 723306 Diagnose and Repair Hydraulic System of 4-Wheel Tractor
AFF 723307 Diagnose and Repair Transmission System of 4-Wheel Tractor
  1. DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS OF 4- WHEEL TRACTOR (AFF723303) – This unit covers knowledge,  skills and attitude to service battery, check and replace alternator, service electrical circuits, service starting system components and conduct electrical system test for 4-wheel tractor.
    • Service battery
      • Servicing requirement are reviewed based on Safety Data Sheet (SDS)and Globally Harmonized Standard (GHS)
      • Servicing activities for batteries are implemented based on manufacturer’s specification.
      • Battery is tested based on manufacturer’s specification.
      • Safety measures are practiced in proper handling of battery based on OSHS Rule 1080, Rule 1090 and Rule 1150
      • Waste management in battery disposal is practiced according to environmental regulations.
      • Waste management is practiced according to environmental laws.
      • Waste management is practiced according to Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990.
    • Check and replace alternator
      • Alternator is tested following manufacturer’s specification.
      • Replacement of alternator is carried-out based on service manual.
      • Repair of alternator is recommended based on industry practices.
      • Safety measures are practiced based on ASAE s. 318.15 and OSHS Rule 1150
    • Service Electrical Circuit
      • Electrical lines are tested based on industry specification
      • Repair of short circuits is supervised according to industry specification.
      • Removal and replacement of consumable electrical parts is guided based on manufacturer’s specifications.
      • Electrical safety indicators are inspected following the operations manual.
    • Diagnose and replace starting system components
      • Starting system components are checked and inspected based on manufacturer’s specification
      • Problems on starting components are identified based on service manual and toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990.
      • Replace and repair of starting system component are carried-out/ supervised based on manufacturer’s specifications.
      • Safety measures in handling agricultural equipment are practiced based on ASAE s. 318.15 and OSHS Rule 1080 and Rule 1150
    • Complete work processes
      • Tests are carried out on part and system to ensure normal functioning after repair/ service.
      • Final inspection is made based on workplace procedure
      • Tractor is turned-over to client for final acceptance following workplace procedure
      • Work area is restored following 5S of good housekeeping.
      • Waste management is practiced according to environmental laws.
      • Tools and equipment are checked and stored according to workplace procedures
      • Workplace documents are accomplished according to workplace procedures
  2. DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR ENGINE SYSTEM OF 4-WHEEL TRACTOR (AFF723304) – This unit covers knowledge, skills and attitude to service engine’s fuel system, service cooling system, service body and power train system for 4-wheel tractor which  includes service engine’s lubrication system and testing.
    • Service engine fuel system
      • Handling requirement of fuel are reviewed based on Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Globally Harmonized Standard (GHS).
      • Engine fuel system is tested based on manufacturer’s specification.
      • Removal and replacement of the Injection pump unit is supervised based on manufacturers specification.
      • Fuel system is cleaned following industry specification.
      • Removal and replacement of fuel filters and strainers are directed following manufacturer’s manual and Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990
      • Safety practices are applied following OSHS Rule 1080, Rule 1090, Rule 1150 and RA 6969
    • Service cooling system
      • Servicing requirement of coolant are reviewed based on Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Globally Harmonized Standard (GHS)
      • Cooling system is tested based on manufacturers specification.
      • Radiator is repaired following service repair manual and environmental laws.
      • Replacement of air filter is supervised as per service repair manual.
      • Adjustment and replacement of radiator fan and belt is carried-out following service repair manual.
      • Oil replenishment and replacement are managed based on manufacturer’s manual and Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990.
      • Replenishment and replacement of coolant is overseen according to manufacturer’s manual
      • Safety measures are practiced according to OSHS Rule 1080, Rule 1090 and Rule 1150
    • Service body and power train system of engines
      • Handling requirement of oil and lubricant are reviewed based on Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Globally Harmonized Standard (GHS)
      • Body and power train system of engines is tested based on manufacturer’s specification.
      • Piston and piston ring are removed and replaced following service repair manual and Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990.
      • Valves are adjusted as per manufacturers specification
      • Timing gears are set according to manufacturer’s specification.
      • Drive train is adjusted according to manufacturer’s specification.
      • Supervision duties is performed following workplace requirement
      • Safety practices are applied following OSHS Rule 1080, Rule 1150 and 1090
    • Service engine Lubrication System
      • Handling requirement of oil and lubricant are reviewed based on Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Globally Harmonized Standard (GHS)
      • Oil levels are checked based on manufacturers specification
      • Oil filters are replaced following service repair manual and Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990
      • Oil pump is inspected and repaired as per service repair manual and Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990.
      • Supervision duties is performed following
      • Safety practices are applied following OSHS Rule 1080, Rule 1090 and Rule 1150
    • Complete work processes
      • Tests are carried out on part or system to ensure normal functioning after service*
      • Final inspection is made based on workplace procedure*
      • Tractor is turned-over to client for acceptance following workplace procedure
      • Work area is restored following 5S of good housekeeping.
      • Waste management is practiced according to environmental laws.
      • Tools and equipment are checked and stored according to workplace procedures
      • Workplace documents are accomplished according to workplace procedures
  3. DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR AXLE SYSTEM OF 4-WHEEL TRACTOR (AFF723305) – This unit covers knowledge, skills and attitude to service front and rear axles, service brake system, service steering system, service differential system and conduct brake, steering and axle system test of 4 Wheel Tractor.
    • Service front and rear axles
      • Handling requirement of oil and lubricant are reviewed based on Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Globally Harmonized Standard (GHS)
      • Axle system is inspected as per manufacturer’s specifications.
      • Axle system is serviced as per manufacturer’s specifications.
      • Gear and hydraulic oil is checked according to manufacturer’s manual and environmental laws.
      • Greasing is applied and maintained following manufacturer’s manual.
      • Replenishment and replacement of Gear and hydraulic oil are conducted following manufacturer’s manual
      • Supervision duties is performed following workplace requirement
      • Safety practices are applied following OSHS Rule 1080, Rule 1150 and Rule 1090
    • Service brake system
      • Handling requirement of brake fluid are reviewed based on Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Globally Harmonized Standard (GHS)
      • Brake system components are inspected according to manufacturer’s manual and environmental laws.
      • Brake system components are adjusted and replaced manufacturer’s manual and environmental laws.
      • Supervision duties is performed following workplace requirement
      • Safety measures are implemented according to OSHS Rule 1080, Rule 1090 and Rule 1150
    • Service steering system
      • Handling requirement of oil and lubricant are reviewed based on Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Globally Harmonized Standard (GHS)
      • Steering system components are checked according to manufacturer’s manual and environmental laws.
      • Steering system components are replaced and adjusted according to manufacturer’s manual and environmental laws.
      • Oil replenishment and replacement are conducted following manufacturer’s manual and environmental laws.
      • Supervision duties is performed following workplace requirement
      • Safety gear is worn according to OSHS Rule 1080, Rule 1090 and Rule 1150
    • Service differential system
      • Handling requirement of oil and lubricant are reviewed based on Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Globally Harmonized Standard (GHS)
      • Hydraulic and gear oil is checked and replaced following manufacturer’s manual and environmental laws
      • Pinion ring gear assembly is replaced following manufacturer’s manual and environmental laws.
      • Greasing is applied and maintained following manufacturer’s manual
      • Supervision duties is performed following workplace requirement
      • Safety practices is applied following OSHS Rule 1080, Rule 1090 and Rule 1150
    • Complete work processes
      • Final inspection is made based on workplace procedure
      • Tractor is turned-over to client for acceptance following workplace procedure
      • Work area is restored following 5S of good housekeeping.
      • Waste management is practiced according to environmental laws.
      • Tools and equipment are checked and stored according to workplace procedures
      • Workplace documents are accomplished according to workplace procedures
      • Tests are carried out on part or system to ensure normal functioning after repair/ service.
  4. DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF 4-WHEEL TRACTOR (AFF723306) – This unit covers knowledge, skills and attitude to service hydraulic pump, service hydraulic distributor, service hydraulic lift arms, service hydraulic pressure lines, blocks and reservoir and conduct hydraulic system test of agricultural machinery.
    • Service hydraulic pump
      • Handling requirement of oil and lubricant are reviewed based on Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Globally Harmonized Standard (GHS)
      • Pressure test is done to confirm with manufacturer’s specifications.
      • Variance in pressure is cross-checked in accordance with manufacturer’s specification
      • Seals are checked and replaced according to manufacturer’s specifications and Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000
      • Gear oil pump is replaced following manufacturer’s manual and Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990
      • Supervision duties is performed following workplace requirement
      • Safety practices is applied following OSHS Rule 1080, Rule 1090 and Rule 1150
    • Service Hydraulic Distributor
      • Handling requirement of oil and lubricant are reviewed based on Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Globally Harmonized Standard (GHS)
      • Pressure tests is conducted in accordance with manufacturer’s specification.
      • Seals are checked and replaced based manufacturer’s specification and Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000
      • Position and draft control sensitivity are adjusted in accordance with manufacturer’s specification.
      • Hydraulic flow rate is adjusted in accordance with manufacturer’s specification.
      • Supervision duties is performed following workplace requirement
      • Safety practices is applied following OSHS Rule 1090 and Rule 1150
    • Service Hydraulic Lift Arms
      • Handling requirement of oil and lubricant are reviewed based on Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Globally Harmonized Standard (GHS)
      • Mechanical lift arm clearances are checked according to manufacturer’s specification.
      • Bearings and springs are checked and replaced according to manufacturer’s specification and Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000
      • Position and Draft control are calibrated according to manufacturer’s specification.
      • Hydraulic lift arms are adjusted according to manufacturer’s specification.
      • Mechanical control levers are repaired. according to manufacturer’s specification and Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000
      • Safety practices is applied following OSHS Rule 1080, Rule 1090 and Rule 1150
    • Service Hydraulic pressure lines, blocks and reservoir
      • Handling requirement of oil and lubricant are reviewed based on Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Globally Harmonized Standard (GHS)
      • Hydraulic pressure lines, blocks and reservoir are checked and replaced following manufacturer’s specification and Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000
      • Hydraulic blocks are cleaned according to manufacturer’s specification.
      • Pressure test is conducted on hydraulic blocks according to manufacturer’s specification.
      • Refitting job is outsourced following job requirements.
      • Replenishing and replacement of Hydraulic oil is performed following manufacturer’s manual and Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990
      • Supervision duties is performed following workplace requirement
      • Safety practices is applied following OSHS Rule 1080, Rule 1090 and Rule 1150
    • Complete work processes
      • Final inspection is made based on workplace procedure
      • Tractor is turned-over to client for acceptance following workplace procedure
      • Work area is restored following 5S of good housekeeping.
      • Waste management is practiced according to environmental laws.
      • Tools and equipment are checked and stored according to workplace procedures
      • Workplace documents are accomplished according to workplace procedures
      • Tests are carried out on part or system to ensure normal functioning after repair/ service.
  5. DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR TRANSMISSION SYSTEM OF 4-WHEEL TRACTOR (AFF723307) – This unit covers knowledge, skills and attitude to service clutch system, service drive train system and conduct transmission system tests of 4-wheel tractor.
    • Service clutch system
      • Handling requirement of oil and lubricant are reviewed based on Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Globally Harmonized Standard (GHS)
      • Clutch clearances are adjusted based on manufacturer’ specification.
      • Wear and tear of clutch disk and pressure plates is checked based on manufacturer’ specification.
      • Release bearings are checked based on manufacturer’s specification.
      • Removal and replacement of defective clutch parts are carried out following manufacturer’s specification and Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000
      • Clutch pedal free play is adjusted according to manufacturer’s specification.
      • Supervision duties is performed following workplace requirement
      • Safety practices is applied following OSHS Rule 1080, Rule 1090 and Rule 1150
    • Service drive train system
      • Handling requirement of oil and lubricant are reviewed based on Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Globally Harmonized Standard (GHS)
      • Tightness of torques of the drive train system bolts are checked following manufacturer’s specification.
      • Gear spacing clearances are checked according to manufacturer’s specification.
      • Gears are inspected and replaced based on manufacturer’s manual and Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990
      • Gear shafting and bearings are inspected for damages following manufacturer’s specification.
      • Lock pins are inspected for wear and tear.
      • Shift forks and levers are adjusted to manufacturer’s specification.
      • Damaged parts are removed and replaced following manufacturer’s specification and environmental laws.
      • Supervision duties is performed following workplace requirement
      • Safety practices is applied following OSHS Rule 1080, Rule 1090 and Rule 1150
    • Complete work processes
      • Final inspection is made based on workplace procedure
      • Tractor is turned-over to immediate superior for quality control following workplace procedure
      • Work area is restored following 5S of good housekeeping.
      • Waste management is practiced according to environmental laws.
      • Tools and equipment are checked and stored according to workplace procedures
      • Workplace documents are accomplished according to workplace procedures
      • Tests are carried out on part or system to ensure normal functioning after repair/ service.

BASIC COMPETENCIES (40 Hours)

CODE BASIC COMPETENCIES
400311319 Lead workplace communication
400311320 Lead small teams
400311321 Apply critical thinking and problem-solving techniques in the workplace
400311322 Work in a diverse environment
400311323 Propose methods of applying learning and innovation in the organization
400311324 Use information systematically
400311325 Evaluate occupational safety and health work practices
400311326 Evaluate environmental work practices
400311327 Facilitate entrepreneurial skills for micro-small-medium enterprises (MSMEs)
  1. LEAD WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION (400311319) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to lead in the effective dissemination and discussion of ideas, information, and issues in the workplace. This includes preparation of written communication materials.
    • Communicate information about workplace processes
    • Lead workplace discussions
    • Identify and communicate issues arising in the workplace
  2. LEAD SMALL TEAMS (400311320) – This unit covers the skills, knowledge and attitudes to lead small teams including setting, maintaining and monitoring team and individual performance standards.
    • Provide team leadership
    • Assign responsibilities
    • Set performance expectations for team members
    • Supervise team performance
  3. APPLY CRITICAL THINKING AND PROBLEM-SOLVING TECHNIQUES IN THE WORKPLACE (400311321) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to solve problems in the workplace including the application of problem solving techniques and to determine and resolve the root cause/s of specific problems in the workplace.
    • Examine specific workplace strategies
    • Analyze the causes of specific workplace challenges
    • Formulate resolutions to specific workplace challenges
    • Implement action plans and communicate results
  4. WORK IN A DIVERSE ENVIRONMENT (400311322) – This unit covers the outcomes required to work effectively in a workplace characterized by diversity in terms of religions, beliefs, races, ethnicities and other differences.
    • Develop an individual’s cultural awareness and sensitivity
    • Work effectively in an environment that acknowledges and values cultural diversity
    • Identify common issues in a multicultural and diverse environment
  5. PROPOSE METHODS OF APPLYING LEARNING AND INNOVATION IN THE ORGANIZATION (400311323) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to assess general obstacles in the application of learning and innovation in the organization and to propose practical methods of such in addressing organizational challenges.
    • Assess work procedures, processes and systems in terms of innovative practices
    • Generate practical action plans for improving work procedures, processes
    • Evaluate the effectiveness of the proposed action plans
  6. USE INFORMATION SYSTEMATICALLY (400311324) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to use technical information systems, apply information technology (IT) systems and edit, format & check information.
    • Use technical information
    • Apply information technology (IT)
    • Edit, format and check information
  7. EVALUATE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH WORK PRACTICES (400311325) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to interpret Occupational Safety and Health practices, set OSH work targets, and evaluate effectiveness of Occupational Safety and Health work instructions.
    • Interpret Occupational Safety and Health practices
    • Set OSH work targets
    • Evaluate effectiveness of Occupational Safety and Health work instructions
  8. EVALUATE ENVIRONMENTAL WORK PRACTICES (400311326) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitude to interpret environmental Issues, establish targets to evaluate environmental practices and evaluate effectiveness of environmental practices
    • Interpret Environmental practices, policies and procedures
    • Establish targets to evaluate environmental practices
    • Evaluate effectiveness of environmental practices
  9. FACILITATE ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS FOR MICRO-SMALL-MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (MSMEs) (400311327) – This unit covers the outcomes required to build, operate and grow a micro/small-scale enterprise.
    • Develop and maintain micro-small-medium enterprise (MSMEs) skills in the organization
    • Establish and Maintain client-base/market
    • Apply budgeting and financial management skills

COMMON COMPETENCIES (151 Hours)

CODE COMMON COMPETENCIES
AFF321201 Apply safety measures in farm operations
AFF321202 Use farm servicing tools and equipment
AFF321203 Perform estimation and calculations
AFF321205 Process farm wastes
SOC413206 Maintain service records
AFF723201 Conduct Diagnosis
AFF723202 Perform Shop Maintenance
  1. APPLY SAFETY MEASURES IN FARM OPERATIONS (AFF321201) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to perform safety measures effectively and efficiently. It includes identifying areas, tools, materials, time and place in performing safety measures.
    • Determine areas of concern for safety measures
    • Apply appropriate safety measures
    • Safekeep/ dispose of tools, materials and outfit
  2. USE AND MAINTAIN FARM SERVICING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT (AFF321202) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to use and maintain servicing tools. It includes selection, operation and preventive maintenance of farm tools and equipment.
    • Select and use servicing tools
    • Select and operate testing equipment and accessories
    • Perform preventive maintenance
  3. PERFORM ESTIMATION AND BASIC CALCULATION (AFF321203) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to perform basic workplace calculations.
    • Perform estimation
    • Perform basic workplace calculation
  4. PROCESS FARM WASTES (AFF321205) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to process farm wastes. It comprises functions such as collecting farm wastes, conducting waste identification and segregation, treating and processing farm wastes and performing housekeeping duties
    • Collect wastes
    • Identify and segregate wastes
    • Handle farm wastes
    • Perform housekeeping
  5. MAINTAIN SERVICE RECORD (SOC 413206) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitude required to carry-out inventory activities, maintain production record and prepare financial records.
    • Carry out inventory activities
    • Update record
    • Prepare financial records
  6. CONDUCT DIAGNOSIS (AFF723201) – This competency unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitude to conduct initial assessment, provide technical report to client and prepare and present job estimate.
    • Conduct initial assessment
    • Provide assessment report to client
    • Prepare and present job estimate
  7. PERFORM SHOP MAINTENANCE (AFF723202) – This unit covers knowledge, skills and attitude to maintain work area, tools and equipment, store tools and shop equipment, dispose waste and used liquid, and prepare proper inventory.
    • Maintain work are, tools and equipment
    • Store tools and shop equipment
    • Dispose wastes or used liquids
    • Prepare inventory reports

ASSESSMENT AND CERTIFICATION ARRANGEMENT

Competency Assessment is the process of collecting evidence and making judgments whether competency has been achieved. The purpose of assessment is to confirm that an individual can perform to the standards expected at the workplace as expressed in relevant competency standards.

The assessment process is based on evidence or information gathered to prove achievement of competencies. The process may be applied to a full qualification or employable unit(s) of competency in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the national qualification.

NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND CERTIFICATION ARRANGEMENTS

A National Certificate (NC) is issued when a candidate has demonstrated competence on all units of competency in a qualification with a promulgated Training Regulations.

A Certificate of Competency (CoC) is issued by the Authority to individuals who were assessed as competent in a single unit or cluster of related units of competency.

  • COC 1: Diagnose and Repair Electrical Systems of 4-Wheel Tractor
  • COC 2: Diagnose and Repair Engine System of 4-Wheel Tractor
  • COC 3: Diagnose and repair axle, hydraulic and transmission systems of 4-wheel tractor
    • Diagnose and Repair Axle System of 4-Wheel Tractor
    • Diagnose and Repair Hydraulic System of 4-Wheel Tractor
    • Diagnose and Repair Transmission System of 4-Wheel Tractor

Upon accumulation of the COCs acquired, an individual shall be issued the corresponding National Certificate for the Qualification.

Individuals wanting to be certified will have to be assessed in accordance with the requirements identified in the relevant unit/s of competency.

GLOSSARY OF TERMS

  • 4-WHEEL TRACTOR – Refers to describe a farm vehicle that provides the power and traction to mechanize agricultural tasks, especially for tilling operations
  • ACCESSORIES – Refers to additional items or parts to complete a certain unit and does not have of any importance in the system
  • ELECTROLYTIC TYPE – Refers to a type of battery which can be charged by reversing internal reactions inside the system
  • EQUIPMENT – Refers to tools or any tangible resources to be used to perform the study of four-wheel tractor servicing
    e.g. four-wheel tractor and air compressor
  • HYDRAULIC SYSTEM – Refers to a system where fluids (oil, in this case) are involved
  • MAINTENANCE FREE TYPE – Refers to a type of battery that does not need for maintaining the water/acid level inside the system
  • SERVICE – Refers to diagnosing, repairing and replacement
  • SPECIAL TOOLS – Refer to tools to repair or troubleshoot four-wheel tractor unit/s which are not available in the market, and should be fabricated to fit to a particular system of a four-wheel tractor

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