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Top 50 Auto Mechanic Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Auto Mechanic. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Auto Mechanic resumes they appeared on. For example, 23.1% of Auto Mechanic resumes contained Customer Vehicles as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Auto Mechanic actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for an Auto Mechanic:

1. Customer Vehicles

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Here's how Customer Vehicles is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Serviced and repaired customer vehicles.
  • Performed maintenance on customer vehicles.
  • Worked on customer vehicles, diagnosing and repairing anything from tires to engine work and alignments
  • Perform auto mechanics on customer vehicles and fix things that are bad or torn up.
  • Use company vehicles to execute mobile repairs and drive customer vehicles to diagnose problems.
  • Repaired customer vehicles for a myriad of needs; liaison between dealer and customer
  • Performed job duties relative to the repair and maintenance of customer vehicles.
  • Perform general repairs, and regular maintenance on customer vehicles.
  • Diagnose, repair and complete accepted service on customer vehicles.
  • Checked oil, lights and fixed brakes on customer vehicles.
  • Operate customer vehicles in a clean and secure manner.
  • Serviced and repaired customer vehicles for Williams Standard Service.
  • Perform minor & major repairs on customer vehicles.
  • Repaired customer vehicles for a myriad of needs
  • Diagnose, troubleshoot and repaired customer vehicles.
  • Responsibilitiesperformed all manner of auto repair as necessary to customer vehicles.
  • Operate customer vehicles in a clean and secure manner *Support customer relations by quickly responding to customer inquiries.
  • Performed Automotive maintenance on customer vehicles which included: brakes, tires, engine teardown and parts replacement
  • Repair and maintenance of customer vehicles Work with customers to identify issue
  • Diagnose and service customer vehicles Provide excellent customer service Provide quick and efficient service.

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2. Engine Repair

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Here's how Engine Repair is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • General laborer / maintenance/ small engine repairs
  • Tune ups, brake jobs, oil changes, engine repair and replacement, transmission repair and replacement and preventive maintenance.
  • Conducted tune ups and extensive repairs such as, transmission repair, engine repair, and clutch and brake replacement.
  • Helped my father run his business which expanded to 2 shops work done included engine repair, and rebuild.
  • Repair, service and maintenance on vehicles including mounting and rotating tires, engine repair, alignments.
  • Performed oil changes, tire changes, brake service, and minor engine repair.
  • Repair brakes, alternator, change oil, transmission fluids, and engine repair.
  • Certified in brakes, engine repair, front end steering and suspension.
  • Served in engine repair and maintenance department.
  • General tune ups, engine repair/replacement.
  • Conducted minor small engine repairs.
  • Worked on cars, Brake Repair, Oil Changes, Engine Repair, Interior and Exterior Repairs.
  • Specialize in all phases of engine repair, Preventive maintenance for all makes and model vehicles
  • change brakes, oil and minor engine repair also cut, trim and maintain lawns
  • Brake systems Engine Repairs A/C Repairs
  • Gas engine repair and maintenance Suspension and steering repair Brake system repair Heating and A/C repairs
  • General auto,engine repair,head gaskets,brakes and suspension etc
  • Perform Warranty repairs Gas and diesel engine repairs Suspension and Steering repairs Exhaust system repairs Brake system repairs Heating and A/C repairs
  • Oil changes Breaks Tire maintenance Exhaust system Belt replacement Minor engine repairs
  • truck repairs Brakes Exhaust Minor Engine repair Powertrain repair

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3. Oil Changes

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Here's how Oil Changes is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Position: Auto Mechanic - Provided basic automotive repairs including oil changes, tire changes, and brake and rotor repairs.
  • Repair of automobile engines, including oil changes, tune-ups, exhaust systems, alternators, starters and brakes.
  • Oil changes, tire changes, lubrication, brakes, windshield wipers, starters, alternators, air conditioning.
  • Performed engine tune-ups, oil changes, brake removal and installation, engine overhauls, and engine swaps.
  • Performed general car maintenance such as tune ups, oil changes, brakes, alignments, etc.
  • Performed vehicle inspections, basic maintenance, documenting repairs, oil changes and lubrication work.
  • Completed most auto repairs including oil changes, brakes, transmissions, and engine repairs.
  • Performed basic care and maintenance, including oil changes, tune-ups, and tire rotations.
  • Completed preventive maintenance such as engine tune-ups, oil changes, and replacing filters.
  • Worked with Senior Mechanics performing minor oil changes to motor and major automotive repairs.
  • Performed oil changes, tune-ups, and diagnostics.
  • Handled all oil changes, tune ups and flushes.
  • Performed oil changes/ Multi point inspection/tires
  • Conducted Texas State Inspection Oil changes and automotive troubleshooting and repair Suspension and brake repair and replacement
  • Perform routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications, and tune-ups.
  • Mount and dismount tires Engine maintenance ie: oil changes, brakes and rotors, engine weatherization procedures
  • Diagnose and repair vehicles Oil changes Customer service Order parts
  • Brake changes Tire Rotations Oil changes Lubes
  • Performed auto repairs, including: Bake jobs Front end suspension repair/replacement Oil changes Mount/dismount tires Wheel balancing
  • oil changes tune-ups brakes front ends transmission work light electrical D.O.T.

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4. Engine Tune-Ups

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Here's how Engine Tune-Ups is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Complete preventive maintenance including engine tune-ups, oil changes, wheel balancing, replace filters, brake repair.
  • Performed oil changes, engine tune-ups, tire service, repaired brake systems and components.
  • Complete overhaul of engine tune-ups to brakes.

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5. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed various automotive repairs and services including; diagnosing customer concerns, replacing parts and preventative maintenance.
  • Repaired, overhauled and completed preventative maintenance on automobiles and light trucks.
  • Completed preventative maintenance for all assigned vehicles and mechanical equipment.
  • Performed routine safety and preventative maintenance inspections.
  • Performed thorough, accurate Preventative Maintenance inspections.
  • Perform maintenance on a preventative maintenance schedule.
  • Performed tune ups, brake jobs and other preventative maintenance on cars, and trucks.
  • Performed: Tire replacement, oil changes, brakes, preventative maintenance and fluid changes.
  • Skilled at performing preventative maintenance on brakes, suspensions, hydraulics and exhausts.
  • Change oil, sell preventative maintenance, and explain the diagnostics to customers.
  • Served & repair cars and trucks for preventative maintenance for late model vehicles
  • Repair and preventative maintenance of domestic and foreign cars.
  • Specialized in repair, realignment and replacement of brake systems Perform tune-up, routine service and preventative maintenance
  • Automobile Mechanic Performed routine repair, preventative maintenance and emergency repairs on all patrol vehicles.
  • Compiled and analized vehicle data reports related to preventative maintenance.
  • Perform automotive and diesel preventative maintenance.
  • Complete preventative maintenance such as tune ups, oil change, tire rotation, wheel balancing, and filter change.
  • Serviced New and Used automobiles - Specialized in areas of preventative maintenance as well as detailed engine and transmission repair.
  • General repair shop Automotive Maintenance Preventative maintenance
  • Reported to dealership service manager Performed preventative maintenance on Hummer vehicles Added "after-market" products to vehicles

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6. Auto Repair

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Here's how Auto Repair is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • General Auto Repairs, Modifications and Fabrications
  • Job duties included auto repair on Durham County Sheriff's Department vehicles and Duke University Medical Center vehicles.
  • Performed auto repair on all make and model vehicles-talked with customers prior to repair and during the repair process
  • Have over 20 years experience in auto repairs.job duties included all types of auto repairs.parts delivery etc
  • General auto repair, maintenance, appointment setting, answering phone, assisted customers
  • Handle full service auto repair for all different types of vehicles.
  • Performed general auto repairs and prepared used vehicle for sale.
  • Worked as an auto mechanic in all aspects of auto repair
  • Assisted lead mechanics with auto repairs and provided cost estimates.
  • General auto repair, maintenance for recon & used cars
  • Full service gas station and completed auto repair.
  • Lead Tech for full service auto repair shop.
  • Worked as a mechanic performing basic auto repairs.
  • Performed auto repair work on all automotive systems.
  • Worked in all aspects of auto repair.
  • General auto repairs and complete engine rebuilds.
  • Inspect vehicles and general auto repair ( exhaust, brakes, diagnostic, tune-ups, clutches).
  • performed PA state and emissions test along with other general auto repairs.
  • preform auto repairs tune ups and brake repair fabricate race cars
  • Maintained daily automotive tasks , light /heavy duty auto repair , general r&r .

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7. Repair Cars

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Here's how Repair Cars is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Inspect, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks, dis-assemble and re-assembly parts, quote prices for service.
  • Answer phones / Price and sell Jobs /order Parts / repair cars
  • Fix and repair cars and light trucks at relatives garage.
  • Repair cars and some heavy duty vehicles and tractor trailers
  • Inspect, diagnose and repair cars for used car dealership
  • Repair cars for insurance agencies and for customers.
  • Maintain and repair cars with inspection and diagnostic.
  • Repair cars from auction so they could be sold
  • Repair cars and trucks at customer's homes.
  • Fix and repair cars as needed prepare for sale
  • Repair cars, trucks, fix transmission.
  • Diagnose and Repair cars as assigned
  • Inspect, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks.
  • Maintain cleanliness of the shop.Maintain and repair cars ranging from changing oil to replacing and rebuilding engines.
  • Diagnose and repair cars, light and heavy duty trucks, frieghtliners, trailers
  • Repair cars that come from the auctions .Make sure cars are done in the approximate time.
  • service and repair cars,buses and lite trucks
  • Fix and repair cars and trucks plus customer service all responsabilitys of cars in lot and customer satifaction
  • Jockey new and used cars on lot.Wash cars.Start cars.Repair cars traded in for resale.
  • Provide customer service Perform basic and sli Diagnose and repair cars

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8. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Contributed to repeat business through commitment to top quality workmanship, maximizing accuracy and excellent customer service.
  • Provide excellent customer service including explanation of diagnosis/repairs needed and customer pick up/drop off.
  • Provided quality customer service while performing maintenance and repairs
  • Provided customer service and preformed service writer duties
  • Worked as customer service representative.
  • Developed customer service skills by working with a variety of customers on a daily basis.
  • Make sure the shop is clean, customer service and purchase car parts.
  • Fielded an average of 3 to 5 customer service calls per day.
  • Provided professional customer service & courtesy to all store patrons.
  • Maintained a high level of customer service.
  • Experience with customer service, scheduling, and auto mechanics -Proven ability to deliver high quality work and excellent customer satisfaction
  • Managed accounting and bookkeeping records as a cashier Achieved excellent customer service and communication skills by working directly with clients
  • Assessed mechanical problems & repaired - Customer service & appointment scheduling
  • Maintained a safe working environment Provided courteous customer service
  • Performed oil changes, brake services, tune-ups, tire repair and replacement Performed high quality customer service
  • Worked on all makes and models of used vehicles for resale * Flawless inspection record * Delivery exceptional customer service
  • Front end Specialist *Complete Task on Time *Customer Service
  • Speicalized in used GM Automobile resales * Worked on new car prep and used car upgrades * Excellent Customer Service Rating
  • Service vehicles Change tires and oil Maintain cars Give excellent customer service Achievements Dual credit in Auto Collision and Auto Repair
  • Install catalytic converters and mufflers Mig welding Pipe bending Motor rebuilds Oil change and transmission service Customer service Diagnostics

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9. Tire Rotations

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Here's how Tire Rotations is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Oil changes, tire rotations, brake jobs, new tires, and other automobile service.
  • Provided scheduled maintenance operations including lubrication, fluid changes, break adjustments and tire rotations.
  • Oil changes, Brake Jobs, Tire rotations for Gas and Diesel cars and trucks.
  • Performed oil changes, tire rotations, and belt changes of automotive vehicles.
  • Perform tire rotations and fix flats on all makes of regular sized vehicles.
  • Performed basic maintenance procedures, such as oil changes and tire rotations.
  • Service suspensions, brakes, tire rotations, oil and lube.
  • Perform maintenance on cars such as oil changes and tire rotations.
  • Certified in oil changes, tire rotations and wheel balancing.
  • Oil changes, brake changes, lubing all fittings, tire rotations, and wheel balances Cleaning the bays and maintaining inventory
  • Perform basic care and maintenace, including rebuild engines, diagnostic, minor oil changes, tire rotations, etc.
  • Maintained all Airport and Taxi Vehicles, Oil Changes Tire Rotations, Tune ups, A/C Charging and various repairs..
  • Maintain vehicles by performing scheduled oil changes, tire rotations, and multi-point inspections.
  • Tire rotations, changes, and repairs.Customer service skills.
  • break repair, tire work (Tire Rotations, Tire Repair, ETC.).
  • Perform routine maintenance on vehicles including oil changes and tire rotations Performing complete vehicle inspections to ensure proper operation Following
  • Changed oil Tire rotations, lifted tires Flat repairs
  • Work part time per diem Worked on different vehicles as need Brake jobs, oil changes, tire rotations etc.
  • performed oil changes tire rotations, tune ups, parts replacemets adn fluid change outs.
  • changed oil& filters brake services tire rotations repair mount &balance trans services ect

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10. Diagnostic Devices

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Here's how Diagnostic Devices is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Operated equipment such as compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Used compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Test components and systems, using equipment such as infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges, and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Operated vehicles to test components and systems, using equipment such as compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Test drive vehicles, and test components and systems, using computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Inspected engine analyzers, compression gauges, and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Test drive vehicles, test components and systems using equipment such as compression gauges and computerizeddiagnostic devices.

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11. Brake Pads

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Here's how Brake Pads is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Checked tire pressure, changed engine oil, checked and replaced spark plugs, wires and installation of new brake pads.
  • Repair and overhaul brake systems, replacing leaky brake cylinders, brake pads or new brake linings.
  • Replaced Defective Brake shoe Units Or Attached New Linings To Brake shoes Including Brake Pads
  • Replace brake pads, shoes, rotors, calipers, and break cylinders.
  • Repair or replaced worn parts, such as brake pads and wheel bearings.
  • Executed daily operations of rotating tires and changing brake pads and disks.
  • Repaired or replaced brake pads, rotors, brake lines.
  • Changed engines, transmissions, brake pads and shoes.
  • Removed and installed brake shoes and brake pads.
  • Removed and replaced brake pads and rotors.
  • Inspected brake components and replaced brake pads.
  • Repair flat tire and brake pads.
  • Replaced rotors, brake pads, engines
  • Assisted in changing brake pads.
  • Replaced alternators, starters, a/c compressors, a/c lines, brake pads, turbos, pm, lube, etc.
  • Repaired brake pads, brake shoes, and drums, brake chambers, slack adjusters, s-cams and s-cam brackets.
  • Inspect, remove, and replace brake pads, shoes, drums, and rotors.
  • Adjusted, repaired and replaced brakes and brake pads Checked whether all parts are properly fitted and screwed.
  • Brake pads,drums,Oil changes and replace filters,Minor Tune ups.
  • brake pads, rotors, alignments, etc.)

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12. Wheel Bearings

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Here's how Wheel Bearings is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired and rebuilt clutch systems, automobile leaf springs, defective ball joint suspensions, brake shoes, and wheel bearings.
  • Cleaned work area, using air hoses, replaced detective ball joint suspensions, brake shoes, or wheel bearings.
  • Repaired and replaced rear ends, drive lines, wheel bearings, and steering components.
  • Replaced brakes, struts, wheel bearings, brake lines, transmissions, gaskets etc.
  • Replaced exhaust, brakes, shocks and wheel bearings.
  • Have experience of changing: breaks, wheel bearings.
  • Remove and replace wheel bearings.
  • Replace defective chassis parts; shock absorbers, ball joint suspension, brake shoes, and wheel bearings.
  • Repair and replace defective balljoint suspensions, brake shoes, and wheel bearings.

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13. Diagnosis

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Here's how Diagnosis is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • General mechanic work, electrical diagnosis/ computer control problem solving, tune-up's, and engine/transmission replacement.
  • Examined vehicles and presented diagnosis to waiting customers.
  • Perform diagnosis on hybrid automobiles.
  • General automotive maintenance and repair, including oil/filter changes, tune-ups, tire rotation, interior work, recalls and general diagnosis
  • Schedule customer appointments and communicate customer concerns to the technicians in order to assist with an accurate diagnosis for repairs.
  • Performed diagnosis and repairs of electrical components, suspensions, alignments, brakes, and all facets of automotive repair.
  • Inspect and diagnosis problems use computer to align all 4 wheel and rear wheel cars and trucks.
  • Tire changes and repair oil changes brake repair batteries and any kind of minor repair and diagnosis
  • Write up technical descriptions of diagnosis and repair for warranty purposes.
  • Performed diagnosis and repairs on foreign and domestic cars and L.D.
  • Complete diagnosis in fleet automobiles, identify and repair complaints.
  • Provide complete diagnosis in problem cars.
  • Perform ac diagnosis and repair.
  • General diagnosis and repairs Shop organization/customer relations
  • Provide diagnosis and transportation of vehicles while addressing customer concerns.
  • Facilitate diagnosis and detailed estimates for repairs.
  • Make sure the service bay is clean and organized so diagnosis and repairs can be done in a timely matter .
  • Performed routine vehicle maintenance ' Performed vehicle diagnosis and repairs. '
  • Repair to Automotive systems and components Electrical and mechanical repairs Diagnosis of malfunctions and errors
  • Oil changes, brakes alignments, ddiagnosis and rear of electrical, electronics and hvac

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14. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed trouble shooting and overhauling of automobile engines.
  • Suggested changing from individual wiring to a terminal strip to speed trouble shooting and machine downtime.
  • Repair of Brakes, Tune ups, oil Changes, trouble shooting and diagnostics.
  • Trouble shooting and problem solving vehicles when brought in to shop.
  • Conducted trouble shooting and complete electrical repairs on import vehicles.
  • Changed oil, brakes, alignments, and trouble shooting.
  • Specialize in trouble shooting problems in domestic and foreign automobiles.
  • Perform trouble shooting Brakes Muffler Tune-up Engines
  • Targeted and trouble shooting mechanical and electrical problems in vehicles..
  • Job Description: Performed maintenance and trouble shooting on 20 robotic autostrip machines.
  • general auto repairs, trouble shooting auto sales and marketing
  • Enhanced fault finding and trouble shooting skills and sensitivity.
  • Trouble shooting,diagnose and inspection.
  • Complete frame off restorations and vinyl wraps.Performed all manner of mechanical trouble shooting and repair as well as metalfabrication/alterations.
  • Trouble shooting and diagnostics Changed and repaired parts Engines, electrical, chassis, power trains, climate control and safety

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15. Electrical Systems Malfunctions

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Here's how Electrical Systems Malfunctions is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired engine failures, mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions by replacing parts and components.
  • Repaired engine failures, Repaired mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions Assisted in the training of new employees.

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16. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired or replaced parts, such as brakes, spark plugs, gaskets, etc, using mechanic's hand tools.
  • Operated air tools, impact wrench, air wrench, torches, various hand tools, scanning tools and computers
  • Lubricate machinery, vehicles, and equipment, and perform minor repairs and adjustments, using hand tools.
  • Shape or cut materials to specified measurements, using hand tools, machines, or power saws.
  • Repaired or replaced defective equipment parts, using hand tools and power tools, and reassemble equipment.
  • Clean, lubricate, and adjust equipment, and replace filters and gaskets, using hand tools.
  • Service and replace circuits, components or systems using power and hand tools.
  • Used various hand tools, power tools, and pneumatic tools.
  • Rotate tires to different positions on vehicles, using hand tools.
  • Repaired wheeled vehicle s using hand tools and test equipment.
  • Used hand tools to change worn cutting tools.
  • Use carpenter's hand tools and power tools.
  • Operated forklift, saws, drills, spray guns, and various hand tools.
  • Use of hand tools such as wrenches, ratchets, and sockets.
  • Used hand tools to mount, install, and secure tools.
  • Checked fluid levels and replaced filters.Used hand tools to replace defective equipment parts.
  • Maintained all workshop power and hand tools Helped maintain safe work environment.
  • used a viariety of tools from chisels and body hammers, hand tools, to air tools, welders and torches.
  • Repair or replace parts such as Pistons,rods, gears, valve and bearings,using mechanic hand tools.
  • Provide fast and safe repairs for customers satisfaction Skills Used Air, power and hand tools.

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17. Front End

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Here's how Front End is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Worked on car alignments, brake jobs, oil changes, minor electrical work, and overall front end work.
  • Service and repair of VW and Volvo, including PA state inspection and emission testing, front end alignment.
  • Inspected and repaired front end, brakes, * stereo installations * Supervised brake department.
  • Front end aliments, Oil Change, Engine Rebuild, Suspension, Fluid Flushes.
  • Repaired the front ends such as struts, alignments and shocks.
  • Specialized in front end alignment, suspension, and brake repair.
  • Re-lined and adjusted brakes and aligned front end.
  • Performed alignments, front end repairs and tires.
  • Align front ends and suspension systems.
  • Front end work, rear end work, all struts and shocks, as well as servicing cars.
  • Align vehicles' front ends.
  • Full auto repair including engine, transmission, electrical, tune-ups, front end replacement, exhaust, brakes, etc.
  • Replaced all types of brakes, performed front end work such as tie rods,struts,alignments and oil changes
  • Front end alignments and repairing vehicle brake systems.
  • complete front end overhaul and inspection.
  • Front end replacement and alinements.
  • wheel alignments, front end work, axles, struts, brakes bearing and drive lines.
  • Align vehicles front ends Repair or replace shock absorbers
  • Front End Alignments Auto Repairs Steering and Suspension
  • Front end suspension tires brakes alignment wheel balance tune ups computer control diagnostics

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18. A/C

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Here's how A/C is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform tune-ups, front end repairs and digital alignments * Diagnose and repaired A/C systems * Diagnosed and repaired various engine issues
  • Perform engine and transmission swaps, brake services, alignments, a/c and heat services, oil changes etc.
  • Tune ups, heating/cooling systems, A/C systems, brakes systems, electrical systems and engine rebuilds.
  • Worked with gas / diesel auto motors, electrical systems, a/c systems.
  • Performed A/C diagnostic as well as all major and minor component repairs.
  • Worked with gas/diesel auto motors, electrical systems, a/c systems.
  • Repair vehicles on guarantee period, fix engines and A/C.
  • Tire replacement Brake service Oil changes Shocks Alignments A/C services
  • State certified in State Inspection Stickers and A/C.
  • Installed A/C Systems on New Vehicles as Needed.
  • Performed A/C diagnostic on predominantly HVAC systems.
  • Change tires, wheel balance & Alignment, Tune-up, front work, axles, a/c work, charge and replace.
  • Test and charge A/c system.
  • Job Certificatations-for welding, framework, convertible, and Certifications for explosives to work on air bag systems and A/C units.
  • Replace or repair a/c, alternators, waterpumps, electrical systems, and engine rebuilds.
  • worked on Brakes, A/C Systems, Engines, Transmissions, and Suspensions.
  • Specialized in drivability, electrical and A/C systems.
  • Oil change.brakes,A/C and service check.
  • Diagnose Problems Repair Automobiles A/C Repair, MACS Certified Hand Tools, Power Tools & Air Tools MechanicMachine Operator,
  • Wheel Alignment , Brakes , Suspension, A/C ,State inapection and diagnostic

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19. Fuel Systems

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Here's how Fuel Systems is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Worked on engines, transmissions, differentials, brakes, clutches, fuel systems, cooling systems and other mechanical systems.
  • Skilled in engine replacement, brake service, drive train, exhaust systems, tune-ups and fuel systems.
  • Skilled in electrical systems, small engine mechanics, brake repair and replacement, and fuel systems.
  • Replaced or repaired brake systems, ignition systems, fuel systems, exhaust systems and cooling systems.
  • Diagnosed, repaired and overhauled engines, transmissions, components, electrical and fuel systems, etc.
  • Fix automobiles/trucks, engines, transmissions, brakes, fuel systems, and numerous other systems.
  • Worked as a mechanic to specialize in servicing brakes, oil, and fuel systems.
  • Maintain, repair, overhaul, adjust, install and calibrate necessary vehicle fuel systems.
  • Performed repairs on engine, drive train, brakes, steering and fuel systems.
  • Experience in manual transmissions, realignment and replacement of break system and fuel systems.
  • Specialized in servicing brakes and fuel systems.
  • Serviced oil, transmission and fuel systems.
  • Specialize in servicing brakes and fuel systems Remove and replace tires, shocks, and brakes.
  • Specialized in servicingbrakes and fuel systems.

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Here's how Maintenance Services is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Implemented a variety of automotive maintenance services from problem analysis to completion for small engine automobiles.
  • Perform schedule preventive maintenance services.
  • Conduct routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, brake inspections, diagnostics, and tune-ups.
  • Performed brake jobs, suspension replacements, engine oil changes, and tire maintenance services.
  • Perform repairs and Preventive Maintenance services on trailers and DOT 10000lbs and over.
  • Performed maintenance services and general repairs on new and used Volkswagen cars.
  • Perform maintenance services on vehicles.
  • Perform schedule maintenance services.Perform diagnosis on hybrid automobiles.
  • Perform routine and scheduled maintenance services Repair and service air conditioning, heating, engine-cooling, and electrical systems.
  • Conducted routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications and tune ups.
  • Perform routine scheduled maintenance services and assisted twin brother in his auto mechanics shop.
  • Provide maintenance services on customer's vehicles.
  • Perform rou ne and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrica ons, and tune-ups.

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Here's how Water Pumps is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed oil changes, brake jobs; replaced water pumps, repaired radiators and related work on cars and trucks.
  • Installed brakes, water pumps, power steering pumps, and a variety of automotive parts.
  • Repaired and installed radiators, water pumps, shocks, struts, timing belts, etc.
  • Removed and replaced Engines, Brakes, Water Pumps starters heater cores radiators trouble shoot knowledge.
  • Provided complete automotive service including brakes, suspension, tune-up, time belt and water pumps
  • Installed exhausts, brakes, water pumps, starters, troubleshoot and repaired engines.
  • Repair and replace brakes, change radiator hoses, starters and water pumps.
  • Replaced brakes, tune-ups and water pumps on Metro buses.
  • Replaced water pumps, serviced transmissions and tune-ups.
  • Replace alternators, starters water pumps and engines
  • Repaired and installed radiators and water pumps.
  • Changed water pumps, timing chains and belts
  • Tune ups, brakes, water pumps, fuel pumps, wheel bearings and starters.
  • Work as a mechanic, performing tune ups, oil changes, and repairing water pumps, alternators, and etc.
  • Repair various components of the motor on cars and trucks, Install brakes and brake rotors, water pumps.
  • Replace timing belts, water pumps, cam shaft seals, crank shaft seals, and tensioner bearings.
  • Replaced engines, clutches, radiators, and water pumps etc * Towed vehicles for many miles.
  • water pumps, front end, & powertrain work, Brakes, tuneup's Transmission, starter repairs.
  • Replaced engines, clutches, radiators, and water pumps etc * Replaced Mufflers * Wheel Alignment
  • Overhaul or replaced carburetors,blowers,generators,distributors, starters and water pumps.

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Here's how Automobile Brake Systems is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired and adjusted automobile brake systems.
  • Performed auto car/truck ailments and repaired, overhauled, or adjusted automobile brake systems.
  • Repair, overhaul, or adjust automobile brake systems.
  • Repaired,overhauled, or adjusted automobile brake systems.
  • Repaired or adjusted automobile brake systems Tuned engines to ensure proper and sufficient functioning Installed or repaired AC units and service components

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Here's how Important Parts is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Inspect brake systems, steering mechanisms, wheel bearings and other important parts to ensure that they are in operating condition.
  • Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined.
  • Follow checklists to ensure all important parts are examined.

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24. Vehicle Problems

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Here's how Vehicle Problems is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Provided customer service by troubling shooting vehicle problems and recommending repairs.
  • Confer with customers to obtain descriptions of vehicle problems, and to discuss work to be performed and future repair requirements.
  • Diagnose vehicle problems and repair as required.
  • Talked to customers to find vehicle problems.
  • Diagnosed vehicle problems and issues.
  • diagnose vehicle problems; test-drive cars; change tires, oil change and wheel balancing.
  • Take reports of vehicle problems from fire drivers .
  • Confer with customers to obtain descrip ons of vehicle problems, and to discuss work to beperformed and future repair requirements.

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25. Vehicle Repair

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Here's how Vehicle Repair is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Ensured that safety and security guidelines were followed during vehicle repairs.
  • Performed vehicle repairs from tune-ups to vehicle restorations.
  • Assist customers with their vehicle repairs, kept inventory, answer phones, build parts and provided additional support where needed.
  • Performed tune-ups, install brakes, tire changes, front-end alignments and a variety of vehicle repair and maintenance.
  • Diagnose and repair vehicles while specializing in suspension and steering alignment brakes but not limited to other vehicle repair
  • Serviced vehicles in the areas of fuel, oil, water and air; minor vehicle repairs.
  • Assist with vehicle repair and examine vehicles to determine extent of damage or malfunction.
  • Diagnosed vehicle malfunctions, maintained high production levels through vehicle repairs.
  • Assisted mechanic with vehicle repairs and assisted customers with questions.
  • Diagnosed complex problems, and planned and executed vehicle repairs.
  • Diagnose and resolve general vehicle repairs.
  • General vehicle repair and maintenance.
  • Estimate costs of vehicle repair.
  • Educate new employees and customers on procedures and safety for equipment Work with customers on vehicle repairs and maintenance
  • Specialized in customer service satisfaction, vehicle repairs, vehicle maintenance, and shipping and receiving.
  • Repaired gas tanks, racks, brakes etc Picked up parts for vehicle repair.
  • Green Task Statement Estimate costs of vehicle repair.
  • Service Station that offers vehicle repair.
  • Worked closely with insurance companies regarding auto claims Quoted vehicle repair costs Mechanically repaired vehicles to customer expectations
  • Diagnosed various problems with the vehicles Procured parts and supplies Worked as a team with other mechanics to complete vehicle repairs

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26. Timing Belts

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Here's how Timing Belts is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Inspect component such as serpentine belts, timing belts/chains, and fluids to determine if repairs are needed to be made.
  • Performed general repairs including timing belts changeovers, tune-ups, brakes, and similar mechanical repairs.
  • Replaced timing belts, made valve adjustments, repaired transmissions and performed evaluations on vehicles.
  • Diagnosed troubleshoot, repaired vehicles, timing belts, alternators, starters, and brakes.
  • Replaced head gaskets, timing belts, crank bearings, camshafts, and brakes.
  • Removed and replaced water pumps, head gaskets, time chains and timing belts.
  • Replaced fuel injectors, timing belts on both foreign and domestic models.
  • Repaired and replaced timing belts, hoses and Steering systems.
  • Installed timing gears and timing belts.
  • Replace head gaskets, timing belts, perform tune ups and routine maintenance* Diagnostics and troubleshooting of all automotive systems.
  • Tune up, Brakes, Steering and suspension, Timing belts and chains, head gaskets, Drivability, Diagnose.
  • General auto repair, Brakes, engine repair, timing belts, tuneup, AC heating, engine performace.
  • Performed engine work such as changing timing belts, headgaskets, and total engine changes
  • brake front end tune up RR transmission water pump timing belts and more.
  • Replace transmission, timing belts/chains, cv axles, brakes, oil and etc.

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28. Order Parts

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Here's how Order Parts is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Inspected, serviced, and maintained vehicles, used power tools and specialized machinery, and order parts for vehicles
  • Assess damage and order parts and materials to perform the necessary work to repair the vehicles for resale.
  • Order parts, supplies, and equipment from catalogs and suppliers, or obtain them from storerooms.
  • Rebuild starters and alternators, research prices for labor and parts, and order parts.
  • Check on computer technical and safety recalls, order parts and perform appropriate repair.
  • Work with trusted vendors to order parts at a reasonable price to customers.
  • Assist customers, research and order parts using computer, do engine analysis.
  • Assist head mechanic, order parts, stock inventory, handle cash draw
  • Assess equipment issues, cost repairs, order parts and complete repairs.
  • Order parts for customer's cars and shop materials.
  • Order parts and receive parts from vendors.
  • Estimate and order parts needed for repair.
  • Order Parts for repairs from distributors.
  • repair and remove tires oil change balance and rotate tires and light auto mechanic work order parts and tires.
  • Order parts needed for repairs Make minor to major repairs to any automotive equipment
  • Order parts for vehicles Troubleshoot and repair all types of problems.
  • Communicate with customers Order parts Coordinate work with mechanic
  • Perform routine and anticipatory maintenance and repair of vehicles and equipment Clean and maintain vehicles Order parts for vehicles
  • Clean and maintain vehicles Order parts for vehicles Knowledge of all mechanical hand tools and power tool.
  • Brake repair Specialized in alignment and front end suspension Rebuild engines/remove/replace Troubleshoot Communicate well with part suppliers Order parts

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29. General Maintenance

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Here's how General Maintenance is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed automotive diagnostic repair and general maintenance, fabricated and installed high performance equipment and accessories.
  • Facilitated general maintenance and upkeep of automotive vehicles with automotive repair facility.
  • Performed general maintenance per customer request.
  • Provided general maintenance requested by customers.
  • General maintenance/repairs all vehicle types.
  • Provided general maintenance and renovation work for several State maintained Group Homes and State Office Buildings throughout Connecticut.
  • Repair and replace brakes, water pumps, Hybrid batteries, and other general maintenance on vehicle.
  • Front end alignments, brake repairs, exhaust, suspension parts, and other miscellaneous general maintenance.
  • Understand all the general maintenance on any vehicle that is important to keep the company rolling.
  • Level technician anything from oil change brakes tires tune ups and some general maintenance also customer sales
  • Performed general maintenance and repairs to vehicles, Repaired & installed engines
  • Worked extensively on Renault and Jeep, General maintenance on Jaguar.
  • Experience with brakes, steering, tire repair and general maintenance.
  • Store mechanic responsible for all general maintenance, diagnosis and repairs.
  • Performed general maintenance, inspections, and diagnosis on vehicles.
  • General maintenance of Peugeot and Toyota (cars /Bus).
  • Performed general maintenance, diagnostics, repairs and installations.
  • Maintained all vehicles for repair and general maintenance.
  • General maintenance on cars and trucks
  • Front end alignments Tires mounted and repaired General maintenance of vehicle Customer service

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30. Engine Analyzers

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Here's how Engine Analyzers is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Operated equipment such as infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges and computerized diagnosticdevices.

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31. Future Repair Requirements

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Here's how Future Repair Requirements is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Informed clients on work performed, overall condition of vehicle and future repair requirements.

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32. Light Trucks

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Here's how Light Trucks is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintain, and repair auto mobiles and light trucks that run on gasoline, electricity, or alternative fuels.
  • Repaired Cars, light trucks and heavy duty trucks Held a New York State inspection License A.S.E.
  • Repaired and performed troubleshooting on cars and light trucks; performed exhaust welding and frame welding.
  • Perform skilled repair and maintenance on automobiles and light trucks with related duties as required.
  • Maintained and repaired cars and light trucks * Installed new parts on cars and light trucks
  • Performed major and minor repairs, service and inspection on cars and light trucks.
  • Diagnose and repair suspension and brake problems on cars and light trucks.
  • Performed full range of repairs on domestic cars and light trucks.
  • Perform alignment services and suspension repairs on automobiles and light trucks.
  • Repair of all makes and models of Autos and light trucks
  • Repair and maintenance of Auto's and light Trucks.
  • Diagnosed and repaired autos and light trucks.
  • Specialized in repairing light trucks.
  • Repair all around cars, and light trucks from front to rear *Troubleshoot, Short circuits, Wiring and computer systems.
  • Repair and replace mechanical issues for cars and light trucks also diagnose and troubleshoot mechanical or electrical issues on vehicles .
  • Repaired and serviced automobiles and, light trucks (such as vans and pickups), with gasoline engines.
  • serviced and repaired Auto and light trucks, tuneups to major repairs
  • perform repair and maintenance of cars and light trucks.
  • perform repairs on cars and light trucks.
  • PRESENT Repairs on cars, and light trucks Engine and Transmission removals Engine/automotive diagnostics

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34. Mechanical Problems

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Here's how Mechanical Problems is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Diagnosed and repaired mechanical problems on a variety of automobiles
  • Diagnose minor mechanical problems with appropriate equipment provided.
  • Repaired mechanical problems in accordance with diagnostic readings.
  • Identified mechanical problems using vehicle diagnostic tools.
  • Diagnosed and repaired mechanical problems with automobiles.
  • Diagnose mechanical problems using proper equipment.
  • Identified customer issues with mechanical problems.
  • Perform setup and respond to mechanical problems with domestic and foreign vehicles based on input from customers.
  • Drive autos to see if there is any mechanical problems that need fixed to past the test.
  • Identified mechanical problems of cars manually or by means of computerized diagnostic tools.
  • Diagnosed mechanical problems and determined the best ways to correct them.
  • Performed PDI's, diagnosed and repaired minor mechanical problems.
  • Figure out mechanical problems, and work to fix them
  • Perform accurate and prompt repairs of mechanical problems.
  • Tune up brakes diagnose mechanical problems.
  • Repaired customers cars according to mechanical problems.
  • Daignosed electrical & mechanical problems.
  • General tune-up, oil changes, tires Used OBD computer and personal inspection to determine mechanical problems
  • Repair and customize automobiles Trouble shoot and diagnose mechanical problems Perform safety inspections
  • Work On Anything Vehicle Related , Detailing , Mechanical Problems , Audio Equipment Installation , Brake Jobs Engine Swaps Anything Mechanical.

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35. Drive Vehicles

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Here's how Drive Vehicles is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Finalize inspections and repairs on vehicle/equipment and drive vehicles before sending out, ensuring it meets safety factors and is satisfactory.
  • Test drive vehicles after repairs are complete to ensure mechanical soundness and to determine whether any other problems exist.
  • Replaced motors and transmissions on both front and rear drive vehicles.
  • Test drive vehicles, and test components and systems.
  • Test drive vehicles to ensure that they run smoothly
  • Drive vehicles back and forth from various dealers.
  • Replaced CV joints on front wheel drive vehicles.
  • Test drive vehicles and test components and systems, using equipment such as infrared engine analy.
  • Test drive vehicles to ensure issues were resolved Document work orders in university database
  • Check and change tires and fluids Test drive vehicles Assist lead mechanic Interact with a variety of customers

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36. Exhaust Systems

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Here's how Exhaust Systems is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Weld exhaust systems and use cutting torches on thick metals during course of repairing engines and performing routine automobile tune-ups.
  • Removed and replaced exhaust systems on automobiles, replaced brakes, tires, did oil changes, total care.
  • Oil changes, tune ups, brakes, exhaust systems, and all related duties pertaining to maximizing.
  • Performed Automotive maintenance such as brake repair and replacement, suspension work, exhaust systems and changing tires.
  • Installed performance motor parts, turbo exhaust systems, air bags, satellite systems, power jacks.
  • Repaired various makes of automobiles and trucks * Helped run parts store * Built custom exhaust systems
  • Diagnose brake, suspension, steering and exhaust systems on automobiles.
  • Light duty auto mechanics, Replacement of Exhaust systems.
  • Service brakes; exhaust systems and tune-ups.
  • Remove and replace defective exhaust systems.
  • Diagnosed and repaired exhaust systems, suspensions and brakes Overhauled engines, performed oil changes and repaired transmission
  • Help mechanic Repairvehicle systems, including brakes, wheels, transmissions, and exhaust systems.
  • Provided automotive tune-ups, changed tires, replaced exhaust systems and gas pump operator.
  • Performed differenttypes of services such as oil changes, valve adjustment, exhaust systems.
  • Performed engine repair and servicing Installed and serviced braking systems Repaired and replaced exhaust systems
  • replaced motors,Transmissions exhaust systems weld and also do shop and ground maitnance

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37. ASE

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Here's how ASE is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Welcomed customers and gave information regarding vehicles and requirements needed for purchase.
  • Performed routine services such as change oil and filter; grease and lubricate, change belts; and replace lights.
  • Diagnose potential safety issues on incoming vehicles and repair to optimize customer interest and help increase sales.
  • Service client base of roughly 30 vehicles, any and all repairs required to maintain vehicle.
  • Cleaned and removed grease on engines and engine compartments using specific chemicals.
  • Last but not lease was light bub replacement and battery replacement.
  • Executed all phases of power system tear down and repair.
  • Explain terms and agreements in depth before purchase is made.
  • Inspect vehicles purchased by the company to evaluate needed repairs.
  • Verified purchase orders with correct merchandise and reporting variances.
  • Maintained supplies by inventorying stock; purchased parts.
  • Increased work ethic of surrounding team members.
  • Performed all phases of Auto Repair.
  • Purchased and sold used cars.
  • Changed all fluids: oil, coolant, grease, and gear lube.
  • Serviced a personal client base of roughly 25 vehicles Any and all mechanical and electrical repairs required for the specific vehicle.
  • Automobile Technician ASE certified Completed various factory training courses with Mitsubishi and Toyota.
  • People were always pleased with our work, that we had many "regulars" that came into our shop.
  • manage and work the auto repair shop,all phases
  • Light and heavy equipment, cat/case loader, air compressor, bell sweeper.Install/ Remove engine and transmission.Troubleshoot electrical problems.

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Here's how AC is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Accomplished maintenance and organization mission by completing related results as needed.
  • Maintain accurate work records and logs including inventory, computer data entry and repair problem research.
  • Repair, replace, or adjust defective fuel injectors, carburetor parts, and gasoline filters.
  • Maintained records and relationships for fleet maintenance and repairs for contracts with US Government Agencies.
  • Tested parts and associated systems to make sure that they are working accurately.
  • Performed preventive maintenance work on automobiles, trucks, construction equipment and machinery.
  • Repair or replacement of all automotive components and parts.
  • Repair, reline, replace, and adjust brakes.
  • Removed and replaced any part of a vehicle.
  • Remove and replace defective mufflers and tailpipes.
  • Replace valve stems and remove puncturing objects.
  • Repair or replace automobile leaf springs.
  • Raise vehicles, using hydraulic jacks.
  • Ordered and tracked parts inventory.
  • Test and adjust repaired systems to meet manufacturers' performance specifications.
  • Replace shock absorbers, check and balance wheels, and check for proper tire alignment.
  • Overhaul or replace carburetors, blowers, generators, distributors, starters, and pumps.
  • Repair or replace defective ball joint suspensions, brake shoes, or wheel bearings.
  • Place wheels on balancing machines to determine counterweights required to balance wheels.
  • Repair or replace shock absorbers.

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39. State Inspections

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Here's how State Inspections is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Job responsibilities include all types of automotive maintenance, keeping track of and maintaining the wrecker, performing VT State inspections.
  • State Inspections, Emission inspections, four wheel alignments, major minor engine repairs,
  • Performed diagnostics and fixed vehicles, general maintenance, completed PA State Inspections.
  • Perform daily car repairs as needed as well as NY State Inspections.
  • Performed New York State inspections, replaced transmissions, completed car/truck repairs
  • Speed balancing tires and doing wheel alignments and state inspections.
  • Performed state inspections, stereo installations and tire repair.
  • State inspections and all the needs of a mechanic
  • Wheel alignments, suspension, tires, brakes, oil changes, state inspections, etc.
  • State Inspections, Rebuilding Engines, Tune-ups, Front End Alignments, Etc.
  • Conducted New York State inspections, diagnostics and repairs, preventive maintenance on all types of vehicles.
  • Peformed State Inspections and Emissions*Changed oil/General Maintenance, replaced tires, shocks, struts, and brakes.
  • Oil changes, tire repairs, state inspections Inspect, maintain and repair automobiles.
  • perform preventative maintainer and repair to vehicles, perform state inspections
  • complete auto and truck repair preform state inspections and emissions inspections
  • State College, PA Performed state inspections and service work.
  • state inspections, minor engine repairs, welding repairs
  • State inspections * Diagnosing auto problems * Repairing any automotive issue
  • Worked as an auto mechanic.-Performed- oil changestire changes/balancingrotationswindshield replacementsemergency roadside servicestate inspectionstransmission service/flushgeneral maintenanceetc

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40. Motor Vehicle

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Here's how Motor Vehicle is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Conducted Massachusetts motor vehicle inspections as a licensed state inspector.
  • Perform minor electrical repairs and motor vehicle part replacements.
  • Performed Troubleshooting Procedures On Heavy Motor Vehicles.
  • Master VW Mechanic repairing and servicing primarily Volkswagen motor vehicles, including PA state safety and emission inspections.
  • Ensured That Motor Vehicles Are In Proper Working Condition, Checking For Fluid Levels And Wheel Rotation.
  • Diagnosed and trouble shoot to make repair to motor vehicles and maintenance to shop equipment.
  • Lead Technician, diagnose and repair motor vehicles affiliated with united states postal service.
  • Complete appropriate paperwork with respect to state motor vehicle laws and policies.
  • Disassembled, Assembled, and Repaired motors for types of motor vehicles.
  • Helped repair or replace all different types of motor vehicles.
  • Obtained profound knowledge of the overall construction of motor vehicles.
  • Repair service of motor vehicles of all types.
  • Replace Parts on the motor vehicles.
  • Performed NYS motor vehicle inspections.
  • Operate motor vehicles as needed.
  • Conduct remote inspections of motor vehicles, using handheld controllers and remotely directed vehicle inspection devices.
  • Repaired and General Servicing of motor vehicle Cleaned interior and exterior of cars
  • Monitored on Engines Repair and maintenance on motor vehicles Extracurricular Activities:
  • Inspect and repair all types of motor vehicles Buff and paint motor vehicle
  • Diagnose and repair motor vehicles * Open and close business daily * Keep a safe and clean work environment

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Here's how R is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Communicated with clients leading to long customer relationships and positive referrals.
  • Prioritized and organized repair jobs.
  • Repair manual and automatic transmissions.
  • Unbolt wheels from vehicles and remove them, using lug wrenches and other hand and power tools.
  • Worked on both cars and trucks, from changing oil to swapping motors.
  • Repair and service air conditioning, heating, engine-cooling, and electrical systems.
  • Plan work procedures, using charts, technical manuals, and experience.
  • Identify and inflate tires correctly for the size and ply.
  • Maintained cleanliness of vehicles while performing service or repairs.
  • Examine vehicles to determine extent of damage or malfunctions.
  • Rebuild parts such as crankshafts and cylinder blocks.
  • Review work orders and discuss work with supervisors.
  • Assist mechanics and perform other duties as directed.
  • Hammer required counterweights onto rims of wheels.
  • Maintain cleanliness of work area.
  • Locate punctures in tubeless tires by visual inspection or by immersing inflated tires in water baths and observing air bubbles.
  • Tear down, repair, and rebuild faulty assemblies such as power systems, steering systems, and linkages.
  • Examine vehicles, compile estimates of repair costs, and secure customers' approval to perform repairs.
  • Asked a lot of questions and learned a little bit about everything.
  • Discipline Logic order progression Organization Problem solving

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43. Auto Parts

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Here's how Auto Parts is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Carried out diverse mechanic's duties such as installing batteries, changing and balancing tires, changing oil and auto parts.
  • Ordered fast moving auto parts, such as oil filters, air filters and brakes.
  • Repair and replace auto parts such as pistons, rods, gears valves and bearings.
  • Inspected vehicles, informed customers about faults and diagnosis and ordered genuine auto parts.
  • Transported repaired vehicles throughout various areas of mechanic shop and picked diverse auto parts.
  • Organized auto parts by labels, Stock Shelves, maintain clean work area.
  • Initiated and finalized the sales of used and fixed auto parts.
  • Assist lead mechanic in auto repair; Delivery of auto parts.
  • Picked up parts from auto parts stores and junk yards.
  • Inventory and quality control on auto parts and other merchandise.
  • Help in Modification of auto parts.
  • Repaired/maintained Automobiles Repaired marine VesselsLead on site welderAuto parts salesperson
  • Inventory (Auto parts, Mechanic, Finance and Sales Department.
  • perform auto repair , sell auto parts and service as needed
  • Dismantled and repaired engines Located and utilized appropriate parts as needed Maintained inventory of auto parts Recorded work orders and parts

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Here's how Machine Shop is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Repair minor components and coordinate with local machine shop some additional related work.
  • Have my own machine shop at home.
  • Shop has its own machine shop.

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45. Windshield Wipers

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Here's how Windshield Wipers is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Repair brake systems, align wheels, inserted accessories such as radios, heaters, mirrors, windshields and windshield wipers.
  • Maintained and/or replaced batteries, belts and hoses, electrical and lighting fixtures, and windshield wipers and blades.
  • Install and repair accessories such as radios, heaters, mirrors, and windshield wipers.
  • Replace chocks, brakes and windshield wipers.
  • Remove and replace windshield wipers.
  • Install and repair shock absorbers, break systems, radios, heaters, mirrors, windshield wipers, and lighting systems.
  • Replaced and adjusted headlights and installed and repaired accessories,such as radios,heaters,mirrors and windshield wipers.

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46. Diagnostic Equipment

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Here's how Diagnostic Equipment is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Diagnose faults or malfunctions to determine required repairs, using engine diagnostic equipment such as computerized test equipment and calibration devices.
  • Trained in the utilization of electronic diagnostic equipment to isolate repairs and achieve greater efficiency in making repairs.
  • Excelled computer skills and ability to run diagnostic equipment and troubleshoot a vehicle's electronic operating systems.
  • Identified and diagnosed problems, often by using computerized diagnostic equipment and discussing concerns with customer.
  • Identify mechanics problems by using computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Utilized diagnostic equipment to maintain inspection standards.
  • Operated and maintained: wheel and tire equipment, alignment system, diagnostic equipment, AC equipment, etc.
  • Performed major and minor repairs, tune-ups, worked with engine scopes, analyzers and related automotive diagnostic equipment.
  • Replaced timing belts, water pumps and turbos * Used diagnostic equipment * Replaced front end parts * Computer Alignments
  • Replaced engines and transmissions using computerized diagnostic equipment ODB2, and star scan technical manuals and schematics.
  • Worked independently and gained valuable experience in using various diagnostic equipment, tool fabrication, and welding.
  • Use of diagnostic equipment, power, pneumatic, and hand tools to fix equipment.
  • Repaired or Replaced - Electrical Systems, Relying heavily on computer diagnostic equipment P.O.
  • Set up tests and diagnostic equipment for mechanic to us.
  • Employed test, measuring and diagnostic equipment in troubleshooting.
  • Trained to use diagnostic equipment.
  • Identify mechanical problems including utilizing computerizeddiagnostic equipment.
  • Specialized in electrical troubleshooting and repair Experience with OBD2 diagnostic equipment
  • run diagnostics, using hit and miss steps and some diagnostic equipment.

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Here's how Vehicle Serviceability is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Verify vehicle serviceability by conducting Test Drives and making sure vehicle meets all State requirements & regulations
  • Verified vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives.
  • Verify vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives, adjusting controls and systems repair, servicing of air conditioning and heating systems.
  • Verified vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives; adjusting controls and systems.
  • Verified vehicle serviceability by conducting test-drives allowing proper adjustment to controls and system.

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • General forklift repair Preventative/ Predictive/ Reactive maintenance Heavy equipment repair Auto mechanic
  • Maintained and repaired hydraulic systems on heavy equipment.
  • General maintenance and repair of heavy equipment
  • Repair and maintenance on heavy equipment including; forklift, front-end loader, backhoe, tractor trailer, dump truck hydraulics.
  • Perform engine overhauling and repairs, engine and suspension diagnostic, assist on Heavy Equipment Operator and other related duties.
  • Operated heavy equipment, such as lifts, air tools, and equipment to mount and dismount tires.
  • Weld, fabricate and assemble parts and equipment and heavy equipment; fabricate and modify tools as needed.
  • Rented heavy equipment to customers, collect payments, license information and insurance information.
  • Operate and inspect machines or heavy equipment in order to diagnose defects.
  • Maintained and repaired all heavy equipment used on a daily basis.
  • Skilled with a variety of heavy equipment.
  • Repaired automobiles, engines, brakes, suspension transmission, heating and cooling, tires, hydrolysisWorked on heavy equipment
  • Worked on cat heavy equipment, John Deere, and Ford tractors as well as company trucks and automobiles.
  • complete repair auto mobiles, heavy equipment and construction
  • Assembled prototype vehicles.Serviced and repaired vehicles.Operated heavy equipment.Use of computer diagnostics.

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Here's how Engine Failures is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintained Vehicle functional condition by listening to operator complaints; conducting inspections; repairing engine failures.

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50. Fuel Pumps

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Here's how Fuel Pumps is used in Auto Mechanic jobs:
  • Job responsibilities included brake repair and service, engine tune-ups, troubleshooting, electrical work, and fuel pumps.
  • Repaired Recalls on Airbags, Removed and replaced Transmissions, Fuel Pumps, Clutches, and AC Compressors.
  • Replace fuel pumps batteries ac compressors headlights light bulbs oil change transmission service radiator service
  • Trouble-shoot fuel problems, repaired and replaced fuel pumps and tanks.
  • Fuel pumps replacement and hub bearings.
  • Replace and install water and fuel pumps; radiators; CV joints; axles and etc.
  • Fuel Pumps, Diagnostics on Evap Systems, Front And Rear Brake Systems
  • Worked on engines, brakes, CV axles/ driveshafts, wheelbearings, gas tanks and fuel pumps, etc.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Auto Mechanic

Customer Vehicles

28.1%

Engine Repair

12.5%

Oil Changes

9.0%

Engine Tune-Ups

7.5%

Preventative Maintenance

4.5%

Auto Repair

4.5%

Repair Cars

4.0%

Customer Service

3.7%

Tire Rotations

3.6%

Diagnostic Devices

3.3%

Brake Pads

3.1%

Wheel Bearings

2.5%

Diagnosis

2.4%

Trouble Shooting

1.9%

Electrical Systems Malfunctions

1.9%

Hand Tools

1.8%

Front End

1.6%

A/C

1.4%

Fuel Systems

1.4%

Maintenance Services

1.4%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Auto Mechanic

Rank Skill
1 Customer Vehicles 23.1%
2 Engine Repair 10.3%
3 Oil Changes 7.4%
4 Engine Tune-Ups 6.2%
5 Preventative Maintenance 3.7%
6 Auto Repair 3.7%
7 Repair Cars 3.3%
8 Customer Service 3.1%
9 Tire Rotations 3.0%
10 Diagnostic Devices 2.7%
11 Brake Pads 2.5%
12 Wheel Bearings 2.1%
13 Diagnosis 2.0%
14 Trouble Shooting 1.6%
15 Electrical Systems Malfunctions 1.5%
16 Hand Tools 1.5%
17 Front End 1.3%
18 A/C 1.2%
19 Fuel Systems 1.1%
20 Maintenance Services 1.1%
21 Water Pumps 1.0%
22 Automobile Brake Systems 1.0%
23 Important Parts 0.9%
24 Vehicle Problems 0.7%
25 Vehicle Repair 0.7%
26 Timing Belts 0.7%
27 Compression Gauges 0.7%
28 Order Parts 0.7%
29 General Maintenance 0.6%
30 Engine Analyzers 0.6%
31 Future Repair Requirements 0.6%
32 Light Trucks 0.6%
33 Troublesome Areas 0.6%
34 Mechanical Problems 0.6%
35 Drive Vehicles 0.5%
36 Exhaust Systems 0.5%
37 ASE 0.5%
38 AC 0.5%
39 State Inspections 0.5%
40 Motor Vehicle 0.5%
41 R 0.5%
42 Test Components 0.5%
43 Auto Parts 0.5%
44 Machine Shop 0.4%
45 Windshield Wipers 0.4%
46 Diagnostic Equipment 0.4%
47 Vehicle Serviceability 0.4%
48 Heavy Equipment 0.4%
49 Engine Failures 0.4%
50 Fuel Pumps 0.4%
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