Above on the page there are several PDF Manuals & Electric Wiring Diagrams for VIKING Garden & Lawn Tractors, Mowers.
Garden tractors from the Austrian company Viking has been popular for over 40 years.
In 1981, the company began to produce garden shredders, in 1984 it launched its own line of lawn mowers, in 1994, after joining the STIHL group, it renewed the entire range of garden tools
Today, Viking is a market leader in the manufacture and sale of garden tools such as lawn mowers, tractors, aerators, garden shredders and cultivators.
Products from Viking and STIHL have gained popularity not only in Europe.
Features of use.
For long and high-quality operation of the Viking tractor, before each start, it is necessary to check:
- tire pressure, also damage and wear;
- level of engine oil and fuel;
- check that the mowers are not damaged;
- tightening of screw connections.
After use, the unit and attachments must be cleaned of grass.
After the first 10 hours of operation it is necessary to check at a Viking service center, every 25 hours of operation check the knives and fasteners, every 50 hours to lubricate, every 100 hours of work it is necessary to check the knives, if there are cracks or wear of 5%, then they must be replaced and a mandatory check at the service center.
Before long-term storage of the Viking tractor, for example, during the winter period, the following steps must be taken:
- thoroughly clean the engine, cooling fins and device;
- well lubricate all moving parts;
- drain the fuel from the tank and carburetor, use the remaining fuel at idle;
- apply the parking brake;
- change engine oil;
- disconnect the battery, fully charge it and store it in a dry and cool place.
Major breakdowns and their elimination.
Attachment does not lift:
- the oil level in the hydraulic system has fallen below the minimum mark (add oil);
- the hydraulic system pump is off (turn it on);
- the hydraulic safety valve is sticking (disassemble and clean the valve).
Brakes not working:
- increased pedal free play (adjust its position);
- worn brake disc or pad (replace appropriate parts).
The engine is not stable:
- the fuel level has fallen below the minimum mark (it is necessary to add it);
- stretching belts (must be set correctly);
- clogged fuel or air filters (clean them);
- the carburetor is clogged due to dirt (it must be disassembled, washed and cleaned);
- problems with the ignition system (most often the candle goes out, or it has become unusable).