1. Change the oil and filter.
Oil should be changed at least every 100 hours of operation.
2. Check transmission fluid levels.
Transmission fluid levels should be checked and adjusted, if necessary.
3. Inspect exhaust system components.
Look for any potential issues with the exhaust system such as cracked or broken parts, loose clamps, or other damage.
4. Replace spark plugs if necessary.
Spark plugs should be replaced if they are worn or damaged.
5. Check ignition coils for proper operation.
Inspection of the ignition coils should be performed to ensure they are functioning properly.
6. Test battery charge and condition.
Check the battery charge and condition to make sure it is adequate for properly starting the engine.
7. Inspect brake system components for wear or damage.
Check the brake system components for any signs of wear or damage.
8. Lubricate moving parts, as needed.
Lubricate any moving parts such as pistons, rods, and bearings to reduce friction and wear.
9. Clean air filters and replace them if necessary.
Clean the air filters and replace them, if needed.
10. Check all fluids.
Check all fluids such as engine coolant, transmission fluid, brake fluid, and power steering for their proper levels.
11. Inspect belts and adjust tension as needed.
Inspect the belts and adjust their tension as necessary to ensure they are functioning correctly.
12. Visual inspection of fuel lines.
Inspect the fuel lines for any signs of wear or damage.
13. Inspection of drivetrain components.
Inspect the drivetrain components to make sure they are in good condition.
14. Adjust valve clearance as required.
Adjust the valve clearance as needed to ensure proper engine performance.