Top Automotive Mechanic Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Automotive Mechanic. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Automotive Mechanic resumes they appeared on. For example, 25.5% of Automotive Mechanic resumes contained Customer Vehicles as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Automotive Mechanic actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Automotive Mechanic resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Customer Vehicles

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Here's how Customer Vehicles is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot issues with customer vehicles and repair to manufacturer specifications.
  • Performed regular maintenance on customer vehicles, including fleet company vehicles.
  • Maintained and repaired customer vehicles in accordance with manufacturer specifications.
  • Service and Maintained customer vehicles which included diagnostic and repair
  • Performed safety inspections and recalls on customer vehicles.
  • Discussed any other service requirements on customer vehicles with service manager so he could put together a service quote.
  • Diagnose and repair customer vehicles and perform new car prep and used car safety inspections and repair.
  • Finish Line Ford - Peoria, IL Inspected used vehicles for resale Diagnosed and repaired customer vehicles
  • Diagnose and repair any and all customer vehicles that I received a work order for.
  • Maintain and provide a complete estimate of repair for customer vehicles and explain repair options.
  • Diagnose and repair engine, Brake, Electrical and suspension related concerns of customer vehicles.
  • Repair and replace necessary parts on customer vehicles and ensure vehicles are running smoothly.
  • Performed services ranging from routine maintenance to diagnostics and repairs on customer vehicles.
  • Supervised other mechanics in the proper repair and maintenance of customer vehicles.
  • Installed aftermarket parts as well as performing basic maintenance on customer vehicles.
  • Perform state inspections for new, used, and customer vehicles.
  • Diagnosed, repaired and completed accepted service on customer vehicles.
  • Focus on customer relations, safety inspection on customer vehicles.
  • Perform various repairs and conduct misc diagnostics on customer vehicles.
  • Perform regular wear and tear maintenance on customer vehicles.

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2. Engine Repair

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Here's how Engine Repair is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed basic engine repair and troubleshooting.
  • Repaired all phases of automotive needs, F/E alignment, brakes, A/C repair, and engine repairs.
  • Licensed mechanic: Brakes, steering, suspension, tune-ups & engine repair for fleet trucks
  • Performed general repairs to cars, trucks, and light duty diesel engine repair.
  • Certified Engine repair, Steering and suspension, Brakes, Electrical, Heating and Cooling
  • Licensed mechanic: Brakes, steering, suspension, tune-ups & light engine repair
  • Worked on new and used vehicles, engine repair, brakes, etc.
  • Performed hands-on training to US Army soldiers on various types of engine repairs.
  • Perform engine repairs, motors, & transmission utilizing my own tools.
  • Perform engine repairs ranging from minor work to major rebuilds.
  • Perform small engine repairs and diesel engine repairs.
  • Handled advanced engine repair and diagnostics.
  • Boat and Jet Ski Engine Repairs
  • dig engine repair troubleshoot electrical and mechanical problems replace motors and transmissions as needed
  • Licensed mechanic for used car division: Brakes, steering, suspension, tune-ups, electrical & light engine repair
  • Perform scheduled maintenance and repair of cars and light trucks Engine repair, brake diagnosis and repair, suspension
  • Experience in engine repair, drivability concerns, brakes, suspension, alignments, and HVAC.
  • Tire change and balance Engine repair, suspension, steering system, brakes, etc.
  • Service Technician Perform all engine repair and service on forklifts
  • Remove & replace transmissions Minor engine repair Miscellaneous auto repair

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3. Oil Changes

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Here's how Oil Changes is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform oil changes, tune-ups, tire rotations, brakes, water pumps, replace radiators, coil overs, struts.
  • Learn the workings of Automotive Maintenance, including transmission services, oil changes, tire alignments, and many other functions.
  • Performed a variety of automotive services including complete transmission overhauls, engine rebuilds, routine oil changes and maintenance checklists.
  • Completed low maintenance repairs such as oil changes, brakes and battery replacements, transmissions, tire rotations and wiring.
  • Conducted routine maintenance (Including but not limited to: oil changes, filters, brakes and spark plugs).
  • Oil and transmission oil changes, Brakes, tune up, rotating tires, and test driving the Vehicles.
  • Performed maintenance on unit vehicles to include scheduled oil changes, tune ups, proper lubrication and cleanliness.
  • General repairs ranging from engine over haul, brakes, clutch, transmission, oil changes, etc.
  • Perform basic care and maintenance, include oil changes, tuneups, checking fluid levels and tire rotations.
  • Handled automotive maintenance on customer vehicles such as oil changes, lube jobs, tire installation, etc.
  • Experienced in minor repairs, such as, oil changes, tire repair, brakes and clutches.
  • Completed oil changes, tire rotations, balancing tires, brake replacements, and fluid changing.
  • Learned diagnostics machines, how to machine rotors, oil changes, control arms, etc...
  • Work consists of Oil Changes, Tire Rotations, Brakes, Sway Bar and Shock replacements.
  • Perform routine maintenance to prevent future breakdown such as tire rotations, oil changes and tune-ups.
  • Inspected Vehicles, Performed oil changes, aligned wheels, axles, frames and steering mechanisms.
  • Performed day-to-day vehicle maintenance including oil changes, diagnostics, tire maintenance rotations and balancing.
  • Performed light mechanic work, including brake jobs, tune ups, and oil changes.
  • Repair all types of vehicles, from simple maintenance and oil changes to engine rebuilds.
  • Inspect vehicles, did oil changes, brake jobs, minor and major tuneups.

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4. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform all types of repairs and preventative maintenance measures according to manufacturers' specifications and guidelines.
  • Perform Preventative Maintenance and safety inspections on vehicles* Repair vehicles and order parts
  • Perform daily and periodic preventative maintenance in accordance with prescribed technical manuals.
  • Performed repair and preventative maintenance services to automobiles for a dealership.
  • Light diagnostics and trouble-shooting, preventative maintenance of refrigerated cargo units.
  • Worked directly with customers for diagnostic and preventative maintenance of vehicles.
  • Perform preventative maintenance to ensure good running condition of equipment.
  • Performed Preventative Maintenance and Safety Inspections* Performed Electrical Diagnostics
  • Performed both general preventative maintenance and major overhauls.
  • Performed preventative maintenance work on customer vehicles.
  • Performed weekly preventative maintenance on all vehicles.
  • General automotive repair, preventative maintenance
  • Monitored computer for updates and perform routine and preventative maintenance on vehicles including oil changes, tire changes and parts replacement.
  • Worked with customers, scheduled service, explained preventative maintenance to clients, and resolved client problems.
  • Provided preventative maintenance with repairs ranging from brakes and tire work to water pumps and engine rebuilds.
  • Perform the repair and preventative maintenance on diesel and gas engine vehicles and equipment.
  • Perform automotive preventative maintenance and oil changes * Perform brake and tire service
  • Perform inspections, preventative maintenance, and repairs on military vehicles.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on customer vehicles including oil and fluid changes.
  • Performed routine preventative maintenance on fleet of railroad high rail trucks.

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5. Engine Tune-Ups

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Here's how Engine Tune-Ups is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed general maintenance and repair of automobiles and light trucks Engine tune-ups Timing belt replacement Transmission inspection Brake maintenance
  • Performed engine tune-ups, preventive maintenance, repaired and replaced major auto components.
  • Performed engine tune-ups including spark plug replacement.
  • Perform engine tune-ups such as removing, replacing, adjusting, and cleaning parts, components, assemblies and accessories.
  • Perform engine tune-ups, engine cleaning, and engine swap.
  • Perform automobile maintenance; new tires, front end alignments, engine tune-ups, cooling system, batteries, etc.

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6. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Contributed to repeat business through commitment to top quality workmanship, maximizing accuracy and excellent customer service.
  • Performed timely repair and preventive maintenance on customers' automobiles while providing exceptional customer service.
  • Received excellent customer service reviews from clients; recognized for professionalism and quality work.
  • Learned invaluable public-relation and customer service skills due to marketing requirements.
  • Provide quality customer service satisfactory to company expectations and beyond.
  • Provided customer assistance with automotive merchandise and quality customer service.
  • Provide excellent customer service by answering and explaining mechanical problems.
  • Provided excellent customer service by explaining mechanical procedures and methods.
  • Maintained high customer service relations to encourage return business.
  • Learned invaluable public-relation and customer service skills.
  • General automotive repair ranging from major overhaul to minor tune-ups, ordering parts, writing work orders and customer service.
  • Manage day-to-day schedule and operations of the shop, maintaining strong focus on quality workmanship and customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service to all clients* Diagnose and repair gas engines, transmissions, electrical components.
  • Use customer service skills to provide superior service to clients in order to meet their automotive needs.
  • Started with Kmart as a stock boy and moved to automotive department as customer service.
  • Repaired and inspected customers' vehicles as well as offering customer service when needed.
  • Possess strong work ethics with a verifiable record of providing exceptional customer services.
  • Managed all facets of business, including customer service and preventive maintenance measures.
  • Specialized front end mechanic, maintaining equipment and day to day customer service.
  • Provide excellent customer service ensuring the client is satisfied with service and repairs.

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7. Diagnostic Equipment

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Here's how Diagnostic Equipment is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Used diagnostic equipment and visual inspections of the components for serviceability requisition replacement parts Troubleshoot repair and replace components.
  • Managed customer issues and selling goods and services using advanced electrical and mechanical diagnostic equipment.
  • Used diagnostic equipment to tune automobile engines to ensure efficient performance.
  • Perform vehicle inspections and diagnostic tests using computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Utilize diagnostic equipment and tools to identify problems and use databases/systems to locate proper parts.
  • Analyzed malfunctions by visual and auditory examination or through the use of test diagnostic equipment.
  • Tool room management of over One Hundred Thousand dollars in tools and specialized diagnostic equipment.
  • Use diagnostic equipment as an aid in locating vehicle defects.
  • Identify Problems, Often by Using Computerized Diagnostic Equipment.
  • Utilize OnBoard Diagnostic Equipment to identify problems.
  • Operated scan tools and other diagnostic equipment.
  • Use of advanced diagnostic equipment.
  • Diagnose faults or malfunctions to determine required repairs, using engine diagnostic equipment such as computerized test equipment and calibration devices.
  • Operated diagnostic equipment; Removed, overhauled and installed engines and transmissions.
  • Enforced stringent accountability procedures; resulted in zero losses for over $2.5 million worth of tools and diagnostic equipment.
  • Ensured the company's Test Measurement Diagnostic Equipment program was executed with zero delinquencies.
  • Used Matco and Snap On diagnostic equipment
  • General automotive maintenance and repair using a variety of different types of diagnostic equipment Repaired automatic transmissions Ordered car parts from vendors

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8. Automotive Repair

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Here's how Automotive Repair is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed a variety of automotive repairs such as, repairing or replacing a variety of automotive parts including electrical components.
  • Performed all major and minor automotive repairs/overhauls to engines and vehicle.
  • Served as source of technical information of automotive repair procedures.
  • Performed quality general automotive repairs to manufacturer's specifications.
  • Demonstrated specialized experience in automotive repair and maintenance.
  • Provided professional automotive repairs in a fast-paced environment.
  • Assisted other mechanics with many other automotive repairs.
  • Performed automotive repair as requested by customer.
  • Assisted other technicians in heavy-line automotive repair.
  • Schedule appointments and perform automotive repairs.
  • Worked in an automotive repair facility.
  • Conducted basic automotive repairs and maintenance.
  • Managed several automotive repair shops.
  • Performed automotive repair on automobiles.
  • General automotive repair and diagnoses.
  • Carried out various automotive repairs using a large variety of tools and parts for Bob's Garage Auto Repair.
  • Work at a privately owned automotive repair shop as the only employee five to six times a week.
  • Performed general automotive repairs on cars and light-duty trucks, as well as certified emissions testing.
  • Create repair work orders, educate customers on their automotive repair needs and sell the work.
  • General automotive repair, motor and transmission rebuilding, state inspection certified, brake and suspension work

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9. Diesel Engines

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Here's how Diesel Engines is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform miscellaneous repairs or modifications on diesel engines and heavy equipment and overhauling engines.
  • Removed and disassembled gasoline or diesel engines and components.
  • Perform routine maintenance on delivery vehicles ranging in size from 4 cylinder gasoline engines to 6 cylinder medium duty diesel engines.
  • Maintained and performed repair work, especially on diesel engines used for powering cars and light and heavy-duty motor vehicles.
  • Maintained all fleet accounts, maintained all gas and diesel engines, repair of clutches and all other needed repairs.
  • Worked on foreign and domestic vehicles as well as diesel engines, campers, RVs, and buses.
  • Maintained the overall performance and appearance of moving parts and diesel engines to provide the unit's readiness.
  • Repaired and Maintained Gasoline and Diesel Engines, Transmissions, Hydraulic Systems, Outboard engines.
  • Perform all kind of repairs concerning automobiles and light diesel engines.
  • Replaced and repaired injectors on diesel engines.

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10. Diagnosis

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Here's how Diagnosis is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Explain technical diagnosis and needed repairs to non-mechanical individuals which may include other teammates and customers as required.
  • Completed system diagnosis* Maintained mechanical service tools on a scheduled basis* Repaired and completed service on customer vehicles
  • Assisted other experienced Mechanics performing inspection, diagnosis and major repair functions as assigned.
  • Hand on experience of adequately explaining technical diagnosis and needed repairs to non-mechanical individuals.
  • Executed diagnosis and repair of various vehicle mechanical and electrical failure.
  • Complete fuel injection services Skills Used Mechanical and diagnosis repairs
  • Developed advanced diagnosis/repair skills to determine necessary mechanical care.
  • Air conditioning mechanical and electrical diagnosis and repair.
  • Performed diagnosis and repair of all make/model automobiles.
  • Operated computer diagnosis equipment and tools.
  • Trained others at how to perform tasks such as alignments, brakes, tune-ups and diagnosis, fluid and tire replacement.
  • Inspect and diagnosis fuel injection pumps, Valves injectors, rebuild pumps and testing injection pumps on device calibration fuel pumps.
  • Head mechanic responsible for the diagnosis and repair of all types of automobiles, trucks, and farm and construction equipment.
  • Provide immediate diagnosis and on the spot repairs to the automobiles being sent thought the weekly sale to ensure maximum profitability.
  • Locate and diagnosis problems through ranges of tests and diagnostic methods by test driving and using various diagnostic computers.
  • General auto mechanic responsible for diagnosis of failing parts, and proper installation of replacement parts on customers vehicles.
  • Provided ball joint replacement, steering system diagnosis and repair, ABS and brake system diagnosis and repair.
  • Performed all aspects of automotive and diesel repairs, diagnosis, parts and repair cost compilation.
  • Perform diagnosis and repair of all types of customer concerns with warranty and non warranty issues
  • Assisted other Automotive Technicians in diagnosis, repairs, adjustments and maintenance for mechanical needs.

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11. Electrical Systems Malfunctions

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Here's how Electrical Systems Malfunctions is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintained vehicle functionality: by conducting inspections, repairing engine failures, repairing mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions.
  • Maintained vehicle functional condition by performing inspections; repairing mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions; replacing parts and components.
  • Repaired engine failures, mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions by replacing parts and components.
  • Repaired mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions; Replaced parts and components.
  • Repair engine failures, mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions.
  • Repaired engine failures, mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions, heating and air conditioning systems, parts and components.

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12. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Engaged in all aspects of auto repair including complete engine rebuilds and automotive wiring and electrical systems trouble shooting and repairs.
  • Trouble shooting, diagnostic repair and overhaul of Cummings 8.3 liter diesel, Cummings NHC 250 and Cummings 400 motors.
  • Trouble shooting, hands on, automotive repair, test drives, after 2 years promoted to shop floor manager.
  • Directed the training of twenty soldiers on all aspects of trouble shooting and repairing all vehicles assigned to the battalion.
  • Performed PMCS on this equipment to include repairing bent armor, trouble shooting, and installing repair parts.
  • Rebuild transmissions and installed, tuned up, diagnostic, electrical work, trouble shooting, engines rebuilding.
  • Perform regular daily tasks of trouble shooting and maintainer on 7 million dollars of diesel equipment.
  • Replaced parts of entire electrical systems, as well as trouble shooting.
  • Trouble shooting electrical issues involving power control modules and related sensors.
  • Preformed corrective and preventive maintenance, as well as trouble shooting.
  • Trouble Shooting, PM's, and repairs on Automobiles.
  • Trouble shooting electrical components, computer diagnostics, etc.
  • Air condition certified trouble shooting and general repairs.
  • Trouble shooting and diagnosis of repair assignments.
  • General auto repairs, trouble shooting.
  • General repairs, maintenance and trouble shooting of automobiles and heavy equipments including hydraulics and its systems, drove and operated.
  • Performed diagnostics, basic services, engine rebuids, Transaxle-rear differential rebuilds, electrical trouble shooting and repairs.
  • Organized and led convoys Proficient in trouble shooting himars via tough book, and vads system.

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13. Tire Rotations

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Here's how Tire Rotations is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed tire rotations to ensure tread pattern is even throughout all 4 wheels.
  • Body Technician, paint and collision repair Mechanic, Tire Rotations to Engine swaps and everything in between
  • Preformed vehicle repairs and automotive services Removal of tires and tire rotations.
  • Preformed Tire Changes/Tire Rotations/Tire Repair/Cleaned Garage/Stocked Parts
  • Perform routine maintenance to prevent future breakdowns including tire rotations and alignments
  • Performed tire rotations on customer automobiles.

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14. Air Compressors

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Here's how Air Compressors is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Replaced starters, alternators, belts, fan hubs, air compressors.
  • Operate pneumatic tools and air compressors.
  • Examined vehicles to determine the extent of damage or malfunctions.Operated pneumatic tools and air compressors.
  • Repaired and maintained all divers electric-diesel driven air compressors and hydraulic units.
  • Assist service technician on overhauls of centrifugal air compressors
  • Assist with repair work on Coats and AMMCO machines, routine maintenance on air compressors.

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15. Wheel Bearings

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Here's how Wheel Bearings is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Revamped ball joint suspensions, brake shoes, and wheel bearings while tuning engines.
  • Replaced defective ball joint suspensions, brake shoes, and wheel bearings.
  • Repair or replace clutch systems, brake shoes, or wheel bearings.
  • Repaired brakes, wheel bearings and suspension parts on customer vehicles.
  • Inspect and repair struts, leaf springs, axles, ball joints, and wheel bearings.
  • Replaced shock absorbers, springs, wheel bearings and CTIS lines and parts.

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16. Fuel Systems

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Here's how Fuel Systems is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Used diagnostic and test equipment to troubleshoot fuel systems, electrical systems, engines, and drive trains.
  • Converted vehicle fuel systems from gasoline to CNG gas operations and repairs and services operating CNG fuel units.
  • Specialized in brakes, a/c services, cooling systems, fuel systems, and unique engine services.
  • Assisted in the repair of automobiles>Engine/Transmissions>Radiators/Fuel Systems>Fluid Changes/Tires>Brakes/Drive Train
  • Diagnose and repaired air conditioning, fuel systems, brakes, electrical and computer systems.
  • Used electronic testing equipment to troubleshoot fuel systems, ignition systems and emissions control systems.
  • Repair and service: engines, transmissions, brakes, fuel systems and cooling systems.
  • Diagnose repair and overhaul engines, transmissions, components, electrical and fuel systems.
  • Adjusted carburetor and ignition mechanisms checked and repaired cooling and fuel systems.
  • Diagnosed and repaired engine, electrical and fuel systems.
  • Tested electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic and fuel systems.
  • Diagnose, maintain, and repair vehicle fuel systems.
  • Fuel and exhaust system repair,injection & fuel systems cleaning service.
  • General knowledge of electrical systems, fuel systems and drive-/ powertrain.

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17. Brake Pads

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Here's how Brake Pads is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Remove and replace brake pads and shoes, break boosters, turn brake rotors and brake drums.
  • Repair or replace transmissions/motors, worn parts, such as brake pads and wheel bearings.
  • Serviced cars and truck, from replacing brake pads to rebuilding motors.
  • Resurface brake rotors and install new brake pads.
  • Inspect and replace brake pads and brake shoes and springs.
  • Oil change Brake pads change Wheel rotation Diagnose codes with the obd2 scanner Basic maintenance
  • Change Oil Check all fluids Change tires Replace ball-joints Replace brake pads Replace battery

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18. Brake Systems

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Here's how Brake Systems is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintain, repair, overhaul and adjust vehicle brake systems, vehicle cooling systems, vehicle chassis, wheel, suspension.
  • Test, repair and overhaul diesel and gasoline engines, hydraulic, electrical, fuel, suspension and brake systems.
  • Assisted and instructed superiors and subordinates in repairs and replacement of engines, brake systems, steering, and cooling systems
  • Repair brake systems by cleaning, repairing, replacing adjusters, bearings, seals and gaskets.
  • Replaced, repaired and serviced air brake systems on various types of military vehicles and trailers.
  • Provided vehicle and trailer maintenance responsibilities related to anti-lock, air and hydraulic brake systems.
  • Preformed work on brake systems, suspensions, engine, fuel systems and drive train.
  • Performed routine preventive service maintenance, diagnosed and repair/replace brake systems and ABS components.
  • Performed repair on brake systems and replaced brake discs and shoes.
  • Changed oils and filters, flushed cooling and brake systems.
  • Front end repair, brake systems and suspensions.
  • Repaired, overhauled, and adjusted brake systems.
  • Inspected brake systems for any necessary repairs.
  • Repaired and inspected brake systems.
  • Diagnosed and repaired drivability and engine performance, electrical and electronic systems, brake systems, and suspension and steering components.
  • frame cross members, clutches assemblies, transmissions, transfers, final drives, propeller shaft assemblies, brake systems.
  • Repaired full brake systems, internal and external engine components, driveline, and steering assemblies.
  • Removed and installed brake systems, oil and coolant system for many different types of vehicles.
  • Acquired certificates in basic antilock brake systems and wheel alignment.
  • Perform repairs,upgrade or tuned to brake systems, suspensions, drivetrains, intake, exhaust-systems.

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19. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired and replaced defective parts such as engines, transmissions or differentials using hand tools and applying knowledge of systems.
  • Experience using jack pullers, power and hand tools, and hand tools, and a variety of specialty tools.
  • Learned basic mechanic skills, such as using hand tools, using equipment properly, and how to manage time
  • Used various types of hand tools, power tools and oxygen -acetylene torches to remove armor from military vehicles.
  • File, grind, sand and smooth filled or repaired surfaces, using air tools and hand tools.
  • Refurbish military assets for support of government contract using various air tools, and hand tools.
  • Shopped and fabricated parts using hand tools, air tools, and shop equipment machinery.
  • Replace malfunctioning system parts using Mechanic's hand tools, gauges, and test meters.
  • Use of hand tools, power tools and testers on a daily basis
  • Used a variety of hand tools, both Metric and Standard sizes.
  • Owned and used many hand tools and air tools of the trade.
  • Inventoried, issued and monitored use of automotive hand tools.
  • Skilled with all automotive scanned, air and hand tools.
  • Required use of air tools and hand tools.
  • Skilled in using powered and hand tools.
  • Used hand tools and pneumatic tools daily
  • Skilled in the use of common hand tools, screwdrivers, pliers, and wrenches.
  • Tended and experimented tools and equipment in order to prove capable and secure process Handled different hand tools and power tools.
  • Adjusted and repaired automotive repairing, servicing and testing equipment, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Skilled with all gages, machine, and air/hand tools.

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20. Water Pumps

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Here's how Water Pumps is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Replace hoses, belts, water pumps, batteries, wiper blades and other safety equipment.
  • Replace valve cover gasket, head gaskets, alternators and starters, water pumps.
  • Repaired and installed radiators and water pumps along with other cooling system upgrades.
  • Replace water pumps, radiators, manual clutch and rear differential assemblies.
  • Water pumps, radiator, thermostats, transmission removal.
  • Replace fuel & water pumps and alternators.
  • Repaired and installed radiators and water pumps.
  • Replaced radiators, water pumps.
  • Inspect cooling systems to properly replace components including water pumps, thermostats, hoses, radiator, and heater core.
  • Replaced v-belts, serpentine belts, water pumps, tensioners, pulleys and all other related parts.
  • Replaced injector pumps, water pumps, alternators, generators, front ends and drive axels.
  • Performed automotive alignments Repair and replaced shocks and struts, brakes, water pumps and starters.
  • Repair and replacement of tires, lights, filters,water pumps.

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21. Motor Vehicle

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Here's how Motor Vehicle is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired and maintained a variety of motor vehicles, which included Chevrolet, Ford, Chrysler, and other domestic vehicles.
  • Ensured That Motor Vehicles Are In Proper Working Condition, Checking For Fluid Levels And Wheel Rotation.
  • Disassembled, installed, cleaned, repaired and replaced parts on a variety of motor vehicles.
  • Brief senior leadership on all job status' pertaining to the commands motor vehicle assets.
  • Operated motor vehicles in the performance of assigned duties.
  • Provided front end alignments on motor vehicles.
  • Performed all types of maintenance on motor vehicles
  • Conduct minor maintenance on motor vehicles.

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22. Maintenance Services

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Here's how Maintenance Services is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed routine and scheduled maintenance services.
  • Diagnose and repair domestic, European, and Asian vehicles as well as perform maintenance services.
  • Diagnose and repair German cars as well as perform maintenance services.
  • Coordinated automotive repair and maintenance services to obtain maximum utilization of automotive equipment and prevent operational delays in other departments.
  • Coordinate automotive repair and maintenance services to obtain maximum utilization of automotive equipment and prevent operational delays.
  • Utilized electronic unit level logistics aviation systems to order parts, track faults and conduct quality assurance and preventative maintenance services.

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23. Vehicle Maintenance

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Here's how Vehicle Maintenance is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Developed and implemented a vehicle maintenance schedule and maintained maintenance records on equipment serviced.
  • Serviced vehicles in mechanical and electrical diagnostics and general vehicle maintenance.
  • Provided vehicle maintenance responsibilities related to engines and engine accessories.
  • Provided vehicle maintenance responsibilities related to suspension and steering systems.
  • Performed regular vehicle maintenance/ Diagnosis and repair domestic and foreign cars
  • Provided vehicle maintenance responsibilities related to manual and automatic transmissions.
  • Prepared weekly vehicle maintenance schedule.
  • Perform vehicle maintenance on equipment with the use of the DA Form 2404 and vehicle inspection packet.
  • Relay all vehicle maintenance to supervisors and consumers for quick and trouble free service.
  • Analyzed/performed vehicle maintenance on diesel and gas engines, truck trailers, bobcats.
  • Perform all scheduled and routine unscheduled vehicle maintenance at the unit site.
  • Perform vehicle maintenance on limos and preventive maintenance service on vans.
  • General vehicle maintenance, repair, inspection and trouble-shooting.
  • Performed vehicle maintenance on both foreign and domestic vehicles.
  • Accomplished 7 Level in Vehicle Maintenance Career Field.
  • Conducted vehicle maintenance and safety vehicle inspections.Produced rapid turnaround with zero maintenance errors on all in job-orders and inspection sheets.
  • Performed vehicle maintenance such as replacement of brakes, tires, engine oil, transmission fluid, etc.
  • Provide services for vehicle maintenance and completger vehicle repairs.
  • Completed repairs on customers cars after approval, - Completed vehicle inspection sheet to notify customers about their vehicle maintenance.
  • Inspected, maintained, and repaired automobiles Conducted basic vehicle maintenance (i.e.

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24. Compression Gauges

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Here's how Compression Gauges is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Tested vehicles and their components and systems.-Operated equipment such as infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Operated equipment such as infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Utilized equipment such as compression gauges, computerized diagnostic devices and electronic testing devices.
  • Used infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges, computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Test drive vehicles, and test components and systems, using equipment such as compression gauges, and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Utilized the appropriate precision instruments, such as inside/outside calipers, compression gauges, fuel injector timing gauges, drill presses.

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25. Important Parts

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Here's how Important Parts is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Serviced air conditioning, heating, engine-cooling and electrical systems followed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined.
  • Followed checklists to ensure all important parts are examined, including other potentially troublesome areas.
  • Followed checklists to ensure all-important parts are examined.
  • Followed checklists to verify that all-important parts are examined.
  • Followed and examined checklists to verify all-important parts.
  • Utilized checklist and technical manuals to ensure all important parts/components are examined.

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26. Engine Analyzers

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Here's how Engine Analyzers is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Inspected vehicles and performed diagnostic tests using engine analyzers.
  • Recruited by Auto Test Products, LTD to sell engine analyzers because of my excellent automotive technical and diagnostic skills.
  • Used infrared engine analyzers, repaired, replaced and adjusted brakes.
  • Performed troubleshooting on malfunctions Tested vehicle components and systems with compression gauges, computerized diagnostics and infrared engine analyzers.
  • Operated equipment such as infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Operated equipment such as infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges and computerized diagnosticdevices.

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27. Technical Manuals

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Here's how Technical Manuals is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Accomplished minor repairs and perform services as outlined in established technical manuals.
  • Follow technical manuals and specifications in making repairs and adjustments.
  • Analyze and understanding technical manuals.
  • Followed technical manuals, lube orders, wiring and hydraulic schematics to ensure proper diagnosis and repair during scheduled services.
  • Performed technical inspections on required equipment, ensured all parts were ordered with use of prescribed Technical Manuals.
  • Read, interpret and apply information derived from technical manuals, diagrams, blueprints and schematics.
  • Performed repairs and run operational checks on the repairs falling instructions outline in the technical manuals.
  • Put Up-Armor modifications on MTVR's and Humvee are using Technical Manuals to Military standards.
  • Service and repair various military vehicles and weapons in accordance to the prescribed technical manuals.
  • Used technical manuals and schematic diagrams to assist in the repair or replacement of components.
  • Used scanners, oscilloscopes, technical manuals and wiring schematics to troubleshot systems.
  • Read and interpret parts list, technical manuals, diagrams and electrical schematics.
  • Perfected skills with technical manuals with hand tools to ensure repair efficiency.
  • Ensured that all repairs were done in accordance with technical manuals.
  • Perform daily, weekly and monthly Preventive checks an services with correct and up to date Technical Manuals.

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28. Suspension Systems

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Here's how Suspension Systems is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired or replaced engines, electrical systems, braking (air and hydraulic) and suspension systems.
  • Performed maintenance and troubleshooting on brake and suspension systems on various makes and models of vehicles
  • Trouble shoot and repair fuel, electrical, drive train, engine and suspension systems.
  • Diagnose mechanical alarms such as dash lights, front a rear suspension systems, drum and disc brakes, evap problems.
  • Overhauled suspension systems by disassembly, inspecting and repairing suspension springs on trucks, brakes, and frame assemblies.
  • Diagnose and repair brake, exhaust, front end, and steering and suspension systems on foreign and domestic vehicles.

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29. Drive Vehicles

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Here's how Drive Vehicles is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Test drive vehicles and test components and systems.
  • 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.
  • Examine and test drive vehicles to confirm proper work standards.
  • Test drive vehicles after repairs are complete to ensure mechanical soundness and to determine whether any other problems exist.
  • Test drive vehicles for stated concerns and possible underline issues to customer for approval of work and inspections.

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30. Machine Shop

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Here's how Machine Shop is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • performed as support maintenance machine shop, metalworking supervisor, maintenance administrative functions.
  • Fabricated repair parts by using machine shop instrumentation and equipment.
  • Order parts and collaborated with machine shops to ensure timely manner completion.
  • Maintain equipment and instructed technicians in machine shop.
  • Crossed trained in machine shop and material control laboratory (MCL) on Bridgeport Milling Machines, lathes and grinders.
  • Experience: 10 yrs Responsible for plant maintenance in a coal fired facility, basic welding and machine shop

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31. Mechanical Problems

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Here's how Mechanical Problems is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Diagnosed electrical/mechanical problems and performed repairs as requested.
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot electrical and mechanical problems.
  • Diagnosed mechanical problems and resolved them.
  • Diagnosed and repaired mechanical problems.
  • Inspected and diagnosed mechanical problems.
  • Evaluate, diagnose and repair mechanical problems associated with the day to day wear and tear of automobiles.
  • Identify mechanical problems, use testing equipment to ensure that repairs and maintenance are working properly.
  • Identified electrical and mechanical problems and determined need for specialized repair on 21 pieces of equipment.
  • Inspected, troubleshot various mechanical problems, ordered parts, serviced and repaired military vehicles.
  • Can trouble shout very well with almost all electrical and mechanical problems.

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32. Automotive Maintenance

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Here's how Automotive Maintenance is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Supervised and performed automotive maintenance and body repair, motor vehicle and amphibian truck operations.
  • Mentored and trained less experienced peers in superior and efficient automotive maintenance skills.
  • Performed general automotive maintenance including changing oil and tires and routine maintenance.
  • Performed basic, intermediate and advanced levels of automotive maintenance and repairs.
  • Report directly to the Automotive Maintenance Section Supervisor.
  • General automotive maintenance and repair in small shop environment
  • Supervised an Automotive Maintenance Heavy Track System.
  • Performed general automotive maintenance and repairs.
  • Performed general automotive maintenance duties.
  • Correlate notch position in oil wells, run a down hole video camera in wells, automotive maintenance, automotive inspection.
  • Performed routine automotive maintenance and repair including brakes, oil and filter changes, valve jobs, engine rebuilding, etc.
  • Performed all types of automotive maintenance and repair on a variety of makes and models, primarily general motors products.
  • Performed automotive maintenance and repair of brakes, front end, four wheel alignment, tires, and tune ups for
  • Provided general automotive maintenance including engine, brakes, front end, and air conditioning repairs
  • Performed automotive maintenance and repairs as sold by service advisory staff.
  • Full automotive maintenance and tire service.
  • General automotive maintenance A-tech standard work Diagnosed and repaired malfunctioning car electrical components
  • Removed and reinstalled transmissions Diagnosed electrical system failures Performed routine automotive maintenance Repaired and replaced damaged automotive parts

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33. Diagnostic Devices

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Here's how Diagnostic Devices is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Tested components/systems using computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Tested components and systems using engine analyzers, compression gauges, and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Operated equipment such as infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Used equipment like infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Used infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Operated equipment such as infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.

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34. Electrical Systems

low Demand
Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintain vehicle conditions by conducting inspections; repair failures and repair mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions.
  • Used engineering drawings to troubleshoot problems with electrical systems on automobiles.
  • Repaired engine failures; mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions.
  • Serviced cooling systems, electrical systems and suspension components.
  • Specialized in diesel mechanics and electrical systems.
  • Experienced in diagnosing and repairing of motors, transmissions, electrical systems, suspensions, drive trains, and brakes.
  • Repair and service various automotive systems which included air conditioning, heating, engine-cooling, and electrical systems.
  • Performed maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting to hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical, and electrical systems.
  • Performed maintenance on battery system, starting system, charging system, wiring/lighting system and electrical systems.
  • Repaired and serviced air conditioning, heating, engine cooling, and electrical systems and components.
  • Repaired electrical systems; installed and repaired starters, generators, lighting, and other devices.
  • Diagnose root cause of problems and correct issues with mechanical, cooling, and electrical systems.
  • Worked in brake installation and repair, electrical systems, tire services, and engine!
  • Repaired and overhauled electrical systems in automotive vehicles, such as automobiles, and trucks.
  • Performed diagnosis and repair of mechanical and electrical systems on cars and light trucks.
  • General knowledge of electrical systems, braking systems, suspension and steering.
  • Diagnosed/repaired electrical systems, brakes systems, clutches and rear-ends.
  • Serviced tires, electrical systems and safety checks.
  • Read schematics to isolate problems in electrical systems.
  • Job Duties: Diagnosis and repair electrical systems.

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35. ASE

low Demand
Here's how ASE is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Collaborated with Service Managers to create a more efficient work environment resulting in increased production and customer satisfaction.
  • Identify service needs of customer vehicle based upon historical service data.
  • Performed chemical milling consisted of Titanium, Aluminum and Nickel-based alloy.
  • Maintained customer database and supervised condition of regularly used office equipment.
  • Developed customer base through local used automotive dealerships.
  • Master ASE certified automotive mechanic.
  • Remove, repair and replace small vehicle components and large assemblies such as engines, transmissions, axles and transfer cases.
  • Corrected Unit Level Logistic System-Ground (automated) reporting deficiencies resulting in an increase of unit maintenance readiness by 26%.
  • Monitor service writers, devise ideas to increase business.interview and hire employees in addition to taking care of customer complaints.
  • Utilized customer service skills to provide education as well as facilitate sales opportunities to both returning and new customer bases.
  • Use hazardous waste data base, Hazardous Material Management System (HMMS), Haystacks, and a PC daily.
  • Overhaul transfer case, replace bearing and worn out parts, repair differential adjusted back lash, brake servicing.
  • Performed repairs of all types on all makes and models of passenger vehicles as well as pursued ASE certification.
  • Prepare daily tickets and release them to the appropriate personnel inquiries while understanding written directions and understanding all aspects.
  • Tested and diagnostics on automobiles Changed oil, transmissions, filters, rebuild motors Learned all phases of mechanics
  • Replace seals, gaskets, clean bearings, repack grease on bearings, and lubricate suspensions assemblies.
  • Air-condition repairs, service and repair rear and front wheel drive transmission; differentials and transfer cases.
  • Take care of paper work; paying bills on purchase orders & closing shop down at night.
  • Operate and safely train base personnel of the safe operation of vehicles in the motor pool.
  • Performed a wide range of automotive services under the guidance of an ASE certified automotive mechanic.

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36. Vehicle Problems

low Demand
Here's how Vehicle Problems is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Provided cost-effective solutions to address vehicle problems.
  • Assisted individuals in trouble shooting to identify the root cause of a variety of vehicle problems.
  • Diagnose vehicle problems * Repair problem diagnosed
  • Diagnose vehicle problems * Repair problem diagnose * Tire & oil lube technician * Alignment technician
  • Diagnose vehicle problems and perform required automotive repair and maintenance services in accordance with American Honda guidelines.
  • Diagnose vehicle problems with next generation diagnostic scan tools and determine whether concern is electrically and/or mechanically related.

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37. Heavy Equipment

low Demand
Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired/serviced heavy equipment as well.
  • Experience in heavy equipment operation.
  • 03803Performed, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on light duty and heavy equipment vehicles in support of the Mobile Air Command.
  • Diagnosed and repaired Heavy Equipment, Generators, and all types of Cranes, Fork trucks and, Military Equipment.
  • Inspected, troubleshot, diagnosed, and repaired automobiles, trucks, and heavy equipment.
  • Diagnose, adjust, repair, overhaul or service automotive or heavy equipment vehicles.
  • Handled several responsibilities dealing with small and large heavy equipment.
  • Worked with heavy equipment from forklifts to front end loaders.
  • Work on a variety of military trucks and heavy equipment.
  • Cataloged parts and supplies Operated heavy equipment.
  • repair and maintain heavy equipment such as semi truck, trailers, motorgraters, dump trucks, front end loaders.

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38. Test Components

low Demand
Here's how Test Components is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintain, and test components and systems, using equipment such as analyzers, compression gauges, and diagnostic devices.

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39. Test Procedures

low Demand
Here's how Test Procedures is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Used a wide variety of test procedures and equipment in tracing hard-to-locate defects and problems.
  • Used a wide variety of test procedures and equipment to determine defects or problems.
  • Test Setup: Includes the capability to understand the intent of test requests and test procedures submitted by the customer.
  • Record test procedures and results, numerical and graphical data and recommendations for changes in products or test methods.
  • Conducted load test procedures on wreckers, forklift, cranes, and scamps.
  • Performed test procedures to determine probable cause for equipment failure.

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40. Timing Belts

low Demand
Here's how Timing Belts is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed major repairs such as timing belts, head gaskets, cooling systems, and full A/C systems.
  • Changed car/truck engines, transmissions, heads, gaskets, timing belts etc.
  • Replace timing belts, intake gaskets, head gaskets, and clutches.
  • Install timing gears and timing belts.
  • Replaced timing belts and timing gears.
  • Diagnosed automotive concerns Performed all maintenance from changing oil to timing belts Changed and rebuilt vehicle motors and transmissions

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41. Automotive Systems

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Here's how Automotive Systems is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Gained extensive knowledge in integrated automotive systems and engine management systems.
  • Diagnose and repair automotive systems to specifications.
  • Received certifications for multiple automotive systems, including steering and suspension, engine mechanical, electrical, and brakes.
  • Diagnosed and repaired vehicle automotive systems including the engine, steering, suspension, brakes, and air conditioning.
  • Repaired all automotive systems: engine, brakes, electrical, carburetor, transmissions, fuel & front-end.
  • Diagnosed and repaired automotive systems while maintaining a professional community image as a veteran in the shop.
  • Handled the tasks of repairing and troubleshooting various automotive systems and components.
  • Use of hand and pneumatic tools to repair various automotive systems.
  • Identify problems and repair automotive systems as needed.
  • Diagnosed and repaired common drivability problems associated with electrical and mechanical failure in automotive systems.
  • Diagnose and repair electrical, drivability and mechanical automotive systems.

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42. Future Repair Requirements

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

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43. Repair Vehicles

low Demand
Here's how Repair Vehicles is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Conducted deficiency and failure analysis and troubleshooting and recommended the procedures to properly repair vehicles.
  • Educated to efficiently and quickly repair vehicles using proper procedures.
  • Repair vehicles to customers specifications.
  • Diagnose and Repair vehicles as they come into the shop in a safe and timely manner.
  • Lead technician over shop, diagnose and repair vehicles and equipment.
  • Inspect, test drive and repair vehicles for sales lot.
  • Diagnose and repair vehicles, import and domestic.
  • Performed diagnostic tests and repair vehicles as needed.
  • Diagnose and Repair Vehicles, Closed our sales Tickets
  • Test drive, service and repair vehicles.
  • Repair vehicles including interior detail and repairs.
  • Worked with other technicians to repair vehicles.
  • Repair vehicles, State Inspection & Management
  • Diagnose and repair vehiclesTowing and Recovery
  • Repair vehicles in a timely manner, provide the expected consistent results, handle customer requests
  • Diagnose and repair vehicles in a timely manner.
  • Repair vehicles A tech Bodyman.
  • Repair vehicles & State Inspection La Fiesta Auto Sales | 2440 North Sheperd

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44. Exhaust Systems

low Demand
Here's how Exhaust Systems is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Exhaust systems including catalytic converters and exhaust manifolds.
  • Performed Automotive Service to include: Tire Changes, Oil and filter Changes, Complete Brake work and Exhaust Systems.
  • Remove and replace fuel tanks, diver and passenger side airbags, PCM, and exhaust systems.
  • Experience with repairing and troubleshooting transmissions fuel, A/c, mechanical and exhaust systems.
  • Replace batteries, tires, entire automotive exhaust systems and perform wheel alignments.
  • Repaired and performed preventive maintenance on the laboratoryexhaust systems.
  • Completed and managed custom performance projects, such as: drivetrain conversions, suspension, and exhaust systems.
  • Installed batteries troubleshoot electrical systems, absorbers and exhaust systems.

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45. Performance Specifications

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Here's how Performance Specifications is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed program coding on control units; tested and adjusted repaired systems to meet manufacturer's performance specifications.
  • Conduct final analysis of all systems to meet manufacturers' performance specifications.
  • Test and adjust repaired systems to meet manufacturers' performance specifications.
  • Adjusted repaired systems to meet manufacturers' performance specifications.
  • Test and adjust repaired systems to meet manufacturers' performance specifications.
  • Tested and adjusted repaired systems to meet manufacturers performance specifications ASE Certified Electrical trouble shooting

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46. Mechanical Repairs

low Demand
Here's how Mechanical Repairs is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Complete necessary mechanical repairs associated with light to heavy auto accidents.
  • Perform mechanical repairs on automobiles/ Attendant.
  • Major mechanical repairs and engine rebuilding.
  • Date * Maintained Vehicle Systems * Various Mechanical Repairs * Maintained Equipment * Installed Electrical systems
  • Perform all/any mechanical repairs on different model cars on a daily basis.
  • Garage maintenance, customer service, and assist with mechanical repairs.
  • Make mechanical repairs and diagnostics on various types of vehicles.
  • Complete repairs in a timely manner, inspect and test for proper operation of mechanical repairs

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47. Light Trucks

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Here's how Light Trucks is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Inspect, maintain, and repair automobiles and light trucks that run on gasoline, electricity, or alternative fuels.
  • Perform skilled repair and maintenance on automobiles and light trucks with related duties as required.
  • Provided service and parts replacement of all makes and models of autos and light trucks.
  • Own all of my mechanics tools and can work on cars and light trucks.
  • Serviced many makes and models of domestic and import cars and light trucks.
  • Repaired and maintained various makes and models of automobiles and light trucks.
  • Service, inspect, maintain and repair cars and light trucks.
  • Diagnosed and repaired passenger vehicles and light trucks
  • Diagnose and repair cars and light trucks.
  • Fixed 2-4 imported, luxury, sport, SUV, off-road, van, and light trucks per day.
  • Responsibilitiesworked on cars and light trucks kept shop clean
  • Repair and service cars and light trucks a/c diagnostics brakes r and r engines and transmissions

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48. Necessary Repairs

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Here's how Necessary Repairs is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform any necessary repairs to certify vehicles.
  • Used specialty tools such as welders, cutters, and torches as needed to make the necessary repairs.
  • Explained all necessary repairs required to customers in a friendly, non-technical manner.
  • Used computerized equipment in order to diagnose problems to make necessary repairs.
  • Inspect and diagnose components and systems to determine necessary repairs.
  • Inspected all vehicles and made necessary repairs.
  • Identified discrepancies, diagnosed, and performed the necessary repairs in a timely manner.
  • Freelance Diagnose and repair automobiles Experienced with swapping out engines and making necessary repairs to ensure a running vehicle
  • Answered road calls * Communicated all necessary repairs to customers * Maintained vehicle records as required * Maintained financial records

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49. Hydraulic Systems

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Here's how Hydraulic Systems is used in Automotive Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintained and inspected airport emergency and support vehicles, diagnosed various diesel equipment, components and hydraulic systems.
  • Perform unit maintenance to correct malfunctions of mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic systems or components.
  • Interpreted schematics of wiring diagrams and hydraulic systems to performed needed repairs.
  • Job Responsibilities: Preventive maintance, troubleshooting electric, hydraulic systems making repairs when needed and ordering parts on industrial equipment.
  • Diagnose and repair mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems on various light and medium duty vehicles.
  • Repaired or overhauled air cooled engines and associated hydraulic systems on over 50 Wheel LineMovers on a large agriculture operation.

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20 Most Common Skill For An Automotive Mechanic

Customer Vehicles31.6%
Engine Repair12.1%
Oil Changes6.9%
Preventative Maintenance5.8%
Engine Tune-Ups5.6%
Customer Service4%
Diagnostic Equipment3.8%
Automotive Repair3.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Automotive Mechanic

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Customer Vehicles
Customer Vehicles
25.5%
25.5%
2
2
Engine Repair
Engine Repair
9.7%
9.7%
3
3
Oil Changes
Oil Changes
5.6%
5.6%
4
4
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
4.7%
4.7%
5
5
Engine Tune-Ups
Engine Tune-Ups
4.5%
4.5%
6
6
Customer Service
Customer Service
3.3%
3.3%
7
7
Diagnostic Equipment
Diagnostic Equipment
3.1%
3.1%
8
8
Automotive Repair
Automotive Repair
3.1%
3.1%
9
9
Diesel Engines
Diesel Engines
2.8%
2.8%
10
10
Diagnosis
Diagnosis
2.5%
2.5%
11
11
Electrical Systems Malfunctions
Electrical Systems Malfunctions
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
1.8%
1.8%
13
13
Tire Rotations
Tire Rotations
1.8%
1.8%
14
14
Air Compressors
Air Compressors
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Wheel Bearings
Wheel Bearings
1.5%
1.5%
16
16
Fuel Systems
Fuel Systems
1.5%
1.5%
17
17
Brake Pads
Brake Pads
1.4%
1.4%
18
18
Brake Systems
Brake Systems
1.4%
1.4%
19
19
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
1.3%
1.3%
20
20
Water Pumps
Water Pumps
1.2%
1.2%
21
21
Motor Vehicle
Motor Vehicle
1%
1%
22
22
Maintenance Services
Maintenance Services
1%
1%
23
23
Vehicle Maintenance
Vehicle Maintenance
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Compression Gauges
Compression Gauges
0.8%
0.8%
25
25
Important Parts
Important Parts
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Engine Analyzers
Engine Analyzers
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Technical Manuals
Technical Manuals
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Suspension Systems
Suspension Systems
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
Drive Vehicles
Drive Vehicles
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Machine Shop
Machine Shop
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Mechanical Problems
Mechanical Problems
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Automotive Maintenance
Automotive Maintenance
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Diagnostic Devices
Diagnostic Devices
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
ASE
ASE
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Vehicle Problems
Vehicle Problems
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Test Components
Test Components
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Timing Belts
Timing Belts
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Automotive Systems
Automotive Systems
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Future Repair Requirements
Future Repair Requirements
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Repair Vehicles
Repair Vehicles
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Exhaust Systems
Exhaust Systems
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Performance Specifications
Performance Specifications
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Mechanical Repairs
Mechanical Repairs
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Light Trucks
Light Trucks
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Necessary Repairs
Necessary Repairs
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Hydraulic Systems
Hydraulic Systems
0.5%
0.5%

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