John Deere 2032R Filter Cross Reference Database

The John Deere 2032R is one of John Deere’s most popular compact utility tractors. When looking at John Deere 2032R filter cross reference information, it is extremely important to know your model year and make sure you are in the right section. 2013 to 2016 JD 2032R’s are considered Gen 1’s and used the Yanmar 3TNV88 engine. Model year 2017’s and after are considered Gen 2’s and have the Yanmar 3TNV88C-NJT engine. All years of 2032R’s use the same engine oil and air filters, but there are differences in the fuel and hydraulic/transmission filters. It’s also important to pay attention to the different engine oil capacities of the Gen 1’s and Gen 2’s. As you will see below the Gen 2’s use slightly more engine oil.

John Deere 2032R Engine Oil Filter Cross Reference Part Numbers

Service Interval: Replace every 200 hours or annually

OEM : John Deere Engine Oil Filter#: M806419 (Check Price)

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Engine Oil Capacity of John Deere 2032R:

  • 2032R Model Years 2017 to Present: 1.18 gal
  • 2032R Model Years 2016 and Earlier: .89 gal

There are a bunch of different oil viscosities that you can use in the 2032R. It really comes down to what temperatures you are operating your tractor in. 15w40 and 10w30 are good all around oils, and 0w40 excels at really really cold temperatures (below 0*F). 0w40 is quite a bit more expensive, so if you don’t operate in subzero temperatures it isn’t really necessary. We recommend using Rotella T6 or the OEM JD Plus 50ii oils, both are great choices. Here are a couple deals we found on gallon jugs of a few different viscosities:

Shell Rotella T6 Full Synthetic 5W-40 Diesel Engine Oil (1-Gallon, Case of 3)

John Deere 1 Gallon Plus-50 II 15W-40 Oil TY26673

John Deere Original Equipment Plus-50 II SAE 0W-40 – TY26664 (1 Gallon)

John Deere 2032R Outer Air Filter Cross Reference Part Numbers

Service Interval: Replace as required, depends on operating conditions

OEM: John Deere Outer Air Filter #: M131802 (Check Price)

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John Deere 2032R Inner Air Filter Cross Reference Part Numbers

Service Interval: Replace as required, depends on operating conditions

OEM: John Deere Inner Air Filter #: M131803 (Check Price)

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John Deere 2032R Hydraulic Filter Cross Reference Part Numbers

Note: Only used on model years 2017-present. Pre-2017 models use one combined transmission/hydraulic filter

Service Interval: Replace every 200 hours

OEM: John Deere Hydraulic Filter #: LVA16054 (Check Price)

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John Deere 2032R Transmission Filter Cross Reference Part Numbers

Service Interval: Replace every 200 hours

OEM on Model Years 2017 to Present: John Deere Transmission Filter #: LVA14703 (Check Price)

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OEM on Model Years 2016 and Earlier: John Deere Transmission Filter #: LVU800097 (Check Price)

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John Deere 2032R Fuel Filters Cross Reference Part Numbers

Service Interval: Replace all fuel filters every 400hrs or annually

OEM Used on Model Years 2017 to Present: John Deere Primary Fuel Filter (Spin On) #: MIU803127 (Check Price)

OEM Used on Model Years 2016 and Earlier: John Deere Primary Fuel Filter (Spin On) #: MIU800645 (Check Price)

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OEM: John Deere Secondary Fuel Filter #: M811032 (Check Price)

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We hope this database makes it easy to find aftermarket filters for your 2032R, or even just a quick reference to the OEM John Deere filters. The filter charts that John Deere provides get pretty confusing with how they list the changes in filters for Gen 1’s and Gen 2’s. It also doesn’t help that the pictures on their filter overview page show the wrong filters, like the spin on fuel filter that shows a picture of a drop in cartridge filter. No matter what brand of filters or oil you choose, remember the best filter is always the cleanest filter, regardless of the logo on it. Keeping up on regular maintenance and following the recommended service intervals will ensure years of reliable use from your tractor. Thanks for reading and supporting our site!

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