John Deere 6120 Filter Problems. I have been with the John Deere 6120 tractor for 2 years and have a lot of fuel consumption. I have also started to have problems with the oil. What is the problem? Maybe it’s a problem with the filter.
Oil, fuel and air filters prevent harmful particles from entering the engine and also help reduce fuel consumption. Dirty filters can increase fuel consumption by up to 5% per filter, so the filters should be replaced as soon as they reach the end of their useful life. Since they have been specially designed to work in our engines, we strongly recommend that you only use genuine John Deere filters. If cheaper analogs are used, the costs will still outweigh the savings in the end.
John Deere Fuel Filters
John Deere fuel filters are characterized by tight pleats, coated filter media, and a tight seal between the filter media and the filter housing. Water can cause serious damage to the fuel system. Therefore, John Deere fuel filters can not only trap but also repel water. The special filter material reliably retains water, preventing the formation of rust and germs, which can lead to increased fuel consumption.
John Deere Oil Filters
John Deere oil filters are evenly filled with filter material and have no gaps for contaminants to pass through. Other filters may have uneven fillings, such as the filter on the right. Contaminated oil prevents engine operation, increases fuel consumption, and shortens service intervals. John Deere oil filters are designed to capture particles as small as one-fifth the thickness of a human hair. Poor quality filters have less ability to trap dirt and allow damaging particles to enter the engine.
John Deere Air Filters
John Deere air filters are another quality line of defense against the entry of contaminants into your machine’s engine. They help reduce engine wear by cleaning the intake air of dust, dirt, and other contaminants. They are very effective in trapping unwanted particles.