Your Daily Street Sweeper Maintenance Checklist

When it comes to vehicle and street sweeper maintenance, record keeping is vital. Creating a simple log and spending a few minutes each day to track inspections and maintenance can help you plan your budget, cut down time and even lower your inventory costs.

According to our partner NiteHawk, your sweeper maintenance log should include the date and service performed and be signed-off by the responsible technician. Make note of parts used, and keep logs for all of your equipment, including your sweepers plows, paving equipment, pressure washers, utility vehicles and more. If you need a specific maintenance schedule for a piece of equipment, please contact us and we can help you plan your tasks.

Accuracy Matters

The more accurate your log, the more you can budget and plan. Simplicity is key — create a log that is easy to navigate and clear. NiteHawk recommends the following routine checks:

  • Hydraulic fluid
  • Oil
  • Brake fluid
  • Power steering
  • Engine coolant
  • Transmission fluid
  • Serpentine
  • Clean air filter
  • Glass
  • Front belt tension
  • Throttle cable
  • Head flat
  • Flaps
  • Drag arm and bolts
  • Back belt
  • Dumps correctly
  • Curb broom
  • Lights
  • Check tires
  • Body damage
  • Blowers
  • Spark plugs
  • Fuel filter
  • Blower air filter

Street Sweeper Maintenance and Service from Haaker

There is also space on the bottom of the log to note any problems or issues. Should you need service, parts or support, don’t hesitate to contact us here at Haaker. Our expert parts and service departments work hard to keep your sweepers running at peak performance. Our factory-trained professionals can assess issues and get your equipment back to work quickly. Visit our service department here for more information.

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