In the winter, a common problem that happens is your employees roll onto the job site early in the morning in the blistering cold, and the SkyTrak won’t start. Maybe it hasn’t been in operation for several days and temperature has dropped to freezing. It’s a common occurrence on older machines, just like cars. The highly technical solution? Have a quality set of jumper cables to assist starting. That’s all. Hook that jumper cables up to your SkyTrak, and then the other end up to a decent sized pickup truck or vehicle, and start ’em up! That should get it going. If not….give us a call at 855-SkyTrak. There might be more issues going on with your machine.
For more SkyTrak Winter Maintenance tips, read this article.