Fendt 916 - 930 Vario Operating Manual

Fendt 916 - 930 Vario Operating Manual
Fendt 916 - 930 Vario Operating Manual

Fendt 930 Vario User Manual
This tractor is designed only for normal agricultural operations or similar purposes, for example in municipal applications. Any other type of use is considered unauthorised. The manufacturer will not be liable for any damage resulting from such uses, which will be entirely at the owner's risk. Authorised use also means fulfilling the operating, service and maintenance conditions set out by the manufacturer.

Operation, maintenance and repair of the tractor is restricted to persons who are familiar with this kind of work and aware of the inherent dangers. All relevant accident prevention regulations and all generally accepted health & safety standards and road traffic regulations must be observed The manufacturer does not accept liability for damage resulting from unauthorised modifications.

Fendt 916 Vario User Manual
The Operating Manual is an integral part of the vehicle package and must be passed on to any subsequent owner in the event of resale. The attention of the new owner should be drawn to this information. If this Manual is lost or damaged and you need a new one, please contact your Fendt dealer, There you will be able to purchase a replacement.

The Vehicle Identification Number is on the right frame and also stamped on the rating plate. All specifications in the Manual are subject to the usual tolerances. We reserve the right to make design changes as part of technical further development, without making alterations to this Manual. The drawings and illustrations in the manual are used for function description, some of the items shown are not necessarily included in the vehicle delivery contents.

Driving the tractor

  1. Driving speed must always be adapted to the current situation. Avoid sudden cornering when driving uphill or downhill, or across gradients. Disengage the differential lock when cornering. Never disengage the clutch to shift gears when travelling downhill!
  2. Make sure all trailers and implements are properly hitched. Driving characteristics, steering and braking are affected by mounted implements, trailers and ballast weight. Therefore, always ensure that there is adequate steering and braking capacity.
  3. Observe the maximum permissible gross vehicle weight, axle loads and tyre load capacity, especially if heavy implements are attached.
  4. When negotiating bends with implements connected or hitched up, always allow for the overhang and oscillating weight of the implement.

Front loader operation

  • Never allow anyone to stand in the hazard area, or within the working range of the front loader. Keep the area clear of bystanders at all times. Do not operate the front loader unless there is a clear view of the entire working area illuminate the area if necessary.
  • It is not permitted to use the standard loader (as supplied) as a working platform. If using the loader with a special working platform, additional safety measures are required.
  • Do not handle round bales, pallets etc. unless the loader is suitably equipped for this purpose. If loading objects that cannot be secured and may fall off, do not use the front loader unless the driving seat is protected by a robust canopy.
  • When the front loader is raised, the risk of the tractor tipping over is greater, and the braking effect at the rear axle may also be reduced. Adapt your driving style and ensure adequate ballasting at the rear. For additional loading, we recommend attaching the Fendt 870 kg additional weight at the three-point link - fit wheel weights and fill the tyres if necessary.

Advice for front loader maintenance:

  1. Before undertaking maintenance work, lower the front loader to the ground, switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.
  2. If the pipe fracture protection has engaged, support the load before starting repairs, and slowly retract the cylinder.
  3. Hydraulic hoses deteriorate with age. Check
  4. the condition of hydraulic hoses at regular intervals, and replace them in good time.
  5. After attachment and repair operations, drive the tractor for a short time then retighten all mounting screws and nuts and check them regularly.
  6. Retighten eccentric bolt for front loader attachment, if necessary.


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