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Top 50 Automotive Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Automotive Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Automotive Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.8% of Automotive Technician resumes contained Customer Vehicles as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Automotive Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Automotive Technician

1. Customer Vehicles
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Here's how Customer Vehicles is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Diagnosed and repaired any unresolved issues of customer vehicles.
  • Verified customer complaints, diagnosed and repaired customer vehicles.
  • Completed repairs and general maintenance on customer vehicles.
  • Perform general maintenance and diagnostics on customer vehicles
  • Diagnose and repair customer vehicles as per customer complaint, repair order, warranty, service schedule.
  • Repaired customer vehicles for services and inspected the used vehicles for needed repairs.
  • Serviced and maintained customer vehicles in a timely and safe manner.
  • Handled multiple work orders in relation to customer vehicles and repairs.
  • Diagnose, repair and complete accepted service on customer vehicles.
  • Repaired customer vehicles for any kind of repairs needed.
  • Perform high performance upgrades and maintenance on customer vehicles.
  • Maintain lot vehicles, as well as customer vehicles.
  • Service Technician on all inventory, including customer vehicles.
  • Pick up and deliver customer vehicles.
  • Qualify customer vehicles for needed repairs.
  • Service and repair customer vehicles.
  • Repair and inspect customer vehicles Started as flat rate technician, and was moved to salary.
  • Inspect, diagnose and repair customer vehicles and pre sell vehicles.
  • Diagnosed and repaired customer vehicles in a timely manner.
  • Provided quality diag and repair to customer vehicles.

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2. Engine Repair
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Here's how Engine Repair is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Light engine repair and servicing, responsibilities included oil and lubrication service
  • Specialized in high performance LS engine and Diesel engine repair along with aftermarket upgrades, along with GM recalls.
  • Serviced vehicles of all makes and models, including all forms of engine repair, brakes, alignments.
  • Provided oil changes, transmission work, engine repair, tire maintenance, interior accessory work, etc.
  • Worked in busy shop doing all aspects of automotive work including brakes, tires and engine repair.
  • Repaired vehicles performing work from alignments to engine work, including internal engine repairs.
  • Perform minor engine repairs, general brake service, and minor electrical maintenance.
  • Oil and coolant recovery, brakes, starters, tires and engine repairs.
  • Diagnosed Problems Did Anything From Tires To Large Engine Repairs.
  • Perform engine repair, brake and suspension repair.
  • Worked on engine repairs, brakes, axels, front suspension, differentials, interiors, programming, and more.
  • Preformed alignments and advanced engine repair Operated fork lifts and other heavy machines.
  • Performed high quility repairs from computer diagnostics to major engine repairs.
  • sell parts and labor Tune ups Engine repair and replace, lube , brakes and suspension
  • repair and maintain customer vehicles perform engine repairs and services to customer satisfaction.
  • Brake Repair Front End Repair Engine Repair
  • Major engine repair and diagnosis Clutch and manual transmission repair and diagnosis Airconditioning and heating repair.
  • Level 1 *Diesel Engine Repair *Manual Transmission And Drivetrain *Climate Control
  • Diagnose and repair Automobiles & Medium duty trucks Drivability and Computer Diagnostics Electrical Systems Repair Automotive Interior Repair Engine Repair
  • Air conditioning -Alignments -Tune ups -Electronics -Engine repair -Brakes -Front end

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3. Important Parts
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Here's how Important Parts is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Followed checklists to ensure all important parts are examined, including other potentially troublesome areas.
  • Followed checklists to verify that all-important parts are examined.
  • Followed and examined checklists to verify all-important parts.
  • Examined vehicles to determine the extent of damage or malfunctions and following checklist to verify that all important parts are examined.
  • Follow checklists to ensure all important parts are examined, including belts, hoses, steering systems etc.
  • Followed checklist to inspect and verify that all important parts were in working order.
  • Followed checklist to make sure all important parts were functioning as they should.
  • Followed checklists to ensure all important parts were examined as needed.
  • Followed check list to verify that all important parts where examined.
  • Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined.
  • Follow checklists to ensure all important parts are examined.
  • Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined.Serviced air conditioning, heating, engine- cooling and electrical systems.
  • Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were - Oil changes - Repaired transmission - Rotor Repair - ect.

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4. Oil Changes
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Here's how Oil Changes is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Perform basic automotive services, including brakes, oil changes, tires, tune ups, starters, alternators, etc.
  • Worked on oil changes, rotate and balance tires, replaced belts and hoses, light engine work.
  • Worked as basic technician doing oil changes, brakes, spark plugs, tires, oxygen sensors etc.
  • Performed light-medium duty automotive repairs, oil changes, brakes, tune-ups, and various warranty work.
  • Job task were the following, oil changes, battery replacement, starter replacement, tune ups.
  • Job consisted of oil changes, trouble shooting, motor repair and replacement and much more.
  • Diagnosed and repaired vehicles, installed tires, completed oil changes, stocked inventory.
  • Worked on brakes, oil changes, interior work and light engine work.
  • Oil changes, light inspections, tire rotations, etc.
  • Perform oil checks and oil changes in automotive vehicles.
  • Performed oil changes, tire work, alignments, brake repairs, Diagnosed and repaired other various suspension parts.
  • Performed Vehicle Maintenance Inspections Performed duties such as changing brakes, tune-ups, oil changes & computer systems diagnosis
  • oil changes, tire rotation, minor brake jobs, belt replacement, and parts order.
  • Conducted routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications and tune-ups.
  • Greet and welcome customers, Perform oil changes, Install batteries, .
  • oil changes, tires, flushes, brakes, front end service, alignments, small engine repair
  • Changed Tires, oil changes, changed batteries, ect.
  • Oil changes, brake jobs, tire jobs mostly anything that comes into the shop Accomplishments very good learning experience
  • oil changes, charging units, etc).
  • Mount and balance tires, Oil changes, Install headlights, Alignments and Brakes

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5. Preventative Maintenance
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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Perform preventative maintenance and complete major and minor repairs on vehicles
  • Oil change tire rotation battery change preventative maintenance
  • Perform preventative maintenance on vehicles as needed
  • Performed preventative maintenance services such as oil changes, transmission flushes, fuel injection cleaning, tune-ups, and radiator flushes.
  • Performed electrical diagnostics, preventative maintenance oil changes, tires, brakes, engine work, engine repair, and replacement.
  • Inspected, diagnosed, repaired & performed preventative maintenance to customer vehicles in a proficient & professional manner.
  • Perform diagnostics, preventative maintenance, lube & filter changes, rotate, change & repair tires
  • Perform tune ups, brake jobs and other preventative maintenance on cars and trucks.
  • State inspections, oil changes and preventative maintenance on gasoline and diesel automobiles.
  • Performed oil changes, tune ups, brake jobs and other preventative maintenance.
  • Inspected, diagnosed, repaired & performed preventative maintenance to customer vehicles.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and courtesy checks to find any safety issues.
  • Performed preventative maintenance as per Ford OEM scheduled service interval.
  • Perform vehicle preventative maintenance as per Mercedes-Benz OEM.
  • Facilitated all preventative Maintenance on Honda and Acura vehicle lines.
  • Started as automotive technician helper, performed minor services such as lube services, and preventative maintenances.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on vehicles Knowledgeable of most vehicle makes and models Provide professional and courteous customer service
  • Apprentice mechanic Diagnose and repair vehicles through customer descriptions Preventative maintenance on a fleet of delivery trucks
  • Trouble shooting and diagnostics Complete automotive repair Preventative maintenance of vehicles Ability to sell needed services above and beyond Customer relations
  • Complete vehicle preventative maintenances - Verify vehicle serviceability - Perform vehicle state inspections - Maintain shop cleanliness

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6. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Provided excellent customer service in working with customer automotive issues.
  • Provide excellent customer service to bureau customers.
  • Maintained excellent customer service relations.
  • Cashier, provide excellent customer service
  • Utilized strong customer service communications.
  • Performed general customer service duties.
  • Contributed to repeat and referral business by using strong customer service and problem solving skills.
  • Replaced and rotated tires, changed oil, and provided excellent customer service.
  • Transported customers to and from the shop for the customer service program.
  • Assisted in customer service writing up repair orders and estimates.
  • Provide excellent customer service by dealing one-on-one with the customer.
  • Maintain strong focus on quality workmanship and customer service.
  • Provide excellent customer service; troubleshooting customer complaints, service related issues and achieving satisfaction.
  • Keep bay shop clean Provide customer service by answering any questions
  • Change oil, customer service advisor
  • Perform OEM and Aftermarket automotive service Prepare and build automobiles to be driven in performance environments Build clientele through one-on-one customer service
  • Repair and Diagnose vehicles - Order and pick up parts - Customer service
  • Provided mechanical assistance to shop foreman Performed basic automobile maintenance Assisted in vehicle special promotions Provided customer service
  • Performed oil changes Installed new and used tires Rotate/balance Installed batteries Provide customer service and updates to customers about their vehicle.
  • changed oil Operated multiple fluid services Passed the p60 program at valvoline Customer service

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7. Diagnosis
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Here's how Diagnosis is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Conducted diagnosis/repairs on every automotive system including hydraulic and pneumatic systems on a variety of different types and models of vehicles.
  • Interacted with customers to obtain preliminary diagnosis of automotive malfunctions.
  • Performed minor engine, steering/suspension and electrical diagnosis and repairs
  • Test, Diagnose and Repair automotive systems, provide detailed reports on the diagnosis of the customer concern with their vehicle.
  • Performed extensive mechanical and electrical repairs on vehicles in excess of 10+ daily with most requiring prior diagnosis.
  • Provided diagnosis of concern and repairs on repair orders for customer repair tracking and warranty purposes.
  • Performed inspections, diagnosis, and repairs of Subaru's for used car sales.
  • Performed diagnosis, maintenance, and repair of automobile suspension & engine systems.
  • Provide accurate, high level and timely vehicle diagnosis, maintenance and repairs.
  • Verify customer concerns, and apply appropriate flow of diagnosis to vehicles.
  • Performed diagnosis and repair on all makes of vehicles.
  • Complete pneumatic Brake system diagnosis and repair.
  • Perform electrical, engine, suspension diagnosis.
  • Conduct diagnosis of mechanical and/or electrical malfunction Conduct repairs to any aspect of a vehicle excluding body work
  • Communicated to service advisor clear and specific report for vehicle fault diagnosis, recommended repairs and time required for repairs.
  • Frequent obd2 diagnosis and also electrical repairs, plenty of HVAC diagnosis and repair also.
  • Performed diagnosis and repair on both warranty and (Full-time) non-warranty concerns.
  • Excelled in General Motors GM-lan networks, and electrical subsystem diagnosis.
  • Repair vehicles after diagnosis and authorization including using alldata and dealerworld.
  • Maintain and repair all aspects of automobiles Diagnosis of mechanical failures Keep a clean and safe work environment

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8. Diagnostic Equipment
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Here's how Diagnostic Equipment is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Diagnose vehicles utilizing state-of-the-art electronic diagnostic equipment, compile work orders, and perform recommended repairs on customer vehicles.
  • Operated diagnostic equipment to meet manufacturers' performance specifications.
  • Used schematics, technical manuals and computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Analyze and repair automobiles using diagnostic equipment.
  • Operate computer based diagnostic equipment.
  • Identify mechanical and electrical problems in cars and SUV's, often by using computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Use computer systems and diagnostic equipment to locate problems and determine customer concerns and reduce customer costs.
  • Experience using diagnostic equipment and other testing devices to make a diagnosis and isolate vehicle problems
  • Use aftermarket diagnostic equipment and computer software to diagnose all makes and models.
  • Solved technical issues as quickly as possible using wiring diagrams and diagnostic equipment.
  • Diagnose and repair vehicles, often by using computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Utilize the latest in diagnostic equipment to accurately pinpoint vehicle issues.
  • Use of up to date diagnostic equipment and information systems.
  • Maintain shops diagnostic equipment and calibration tools.
  • Know and understand diagnostic equipment and procedures.
  • Use diagnostic equipment to trouble-shoot problems.
  • Utilized Snap On Tools diagnostic equipment.
  • Set up and operate numerous diagnostic equipment including laptop and handheld engine performance devices
  • Used an electronic diagnostic equipment to locate and correct malfunctions in fuel, ignition, and emissions systems.
  • Used Mac/Mentor diagnostic equipment to help troubleshoot difficult drivability issues of Corvettes and other makes and models.

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9. Tire Pressure
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Here's how Tire Pressure is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Analyze how much of each fluid (and how much tire pressure) a vehicle needs for peak performance.
  • Perform tire replacement, tire repair, wheel replacement, tire pressure monitor sensor replacement, T.P.M.S.
  • Oil changes on diesel/gas engines, lubricate chassis, tire pressure/tread inspections, charging system testing/diagnosis.
  • Performed routine checks and repairs of all vehicles, including checking tire pressures and fluid levels.
  • Inspected all fluid levels and conditions, as well as tire pressure and condition.
  • Check and adjust tire pressure to manufactures recommended psi.
  • Check tire pressures and add air if needed.
  • Check tire pressures, Transmissions, and car batteries
  • Reset oil life and reset tire pressure.
  • Trained in the Tire Pressure Monitoring System.
  • Measure tire pressure and maintain fluid levels.
  • Insure tire pressure for proper inflation.
  • Performed electrical diagnostic repairs for malfunction lights such as check engine, abs, srs, and tire pressure sensor faults.
  • Tested tire pressure and filled air if required Monitored tread depths on all tires and altered flat tires.
  • Perform a points- check of the vehicle fluids, battery life, tire pressure and complete tire inspections
  • check all fluids of vehicle, tire pressure, mount and balance tires.
  • Change oil and check tire pressure Inspected brake quality Remove and replace tires, shocks, struts, and brakes.
  • detailed cars, changed oils,filters and checked tire pressure
  • Brake Technician- diagnosed and replaced brakes Replaced suspension parts Changed batteries, and oil, rotated and changed tires Checked tire pressure
  • brake inspections, tire pressure and tread depth readings) Visual safety and courtesy inspections

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10. Automotive Repair
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Here's how Automotive Repair is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Administered inventory and ascertained proper maintenance of automotive repair shop tools, supplies and equipment.
  • Performed automotive repair on customer and dealership vehicles and performed state vehicle inspections.
  • Mentor and advise other technicians on performing proper automotive repairs.
  • Specialized Automotive Repair Technician, and Roadside Service Technician.
  • Performed various general automotive repairs and service.
  • Operate car lifts, engine hoist, and all other shop equipment used in the automotive repair industry.
  • Performed general automotive repair and restoration on all makes and models, systems and areas of motorized vehicles.
  • Performed all aspects of automotive repair, and accessories installation on General Motors cars and trucks.
  • Performed all levels of automotive repair including engines, transmissions on Saturn cars.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of current industry best practices in automotive repair.
  • Performed all phases of automotive repairs, Massachusetts State Safety Inspections.
  • Experienced in all aspects of automotive repair, from minor-to-major.
  • Perform general automotive repair and maintenance, NYS inspection.
  • Assist and perform general automotive repair and maintenance.
  • Managed inventory through relationships with vendors to ensure rapid response to customers' needs Prepared repair estimates and sold automotive repairs
  • Express lane technician Changing oil and other basic automotive repairs batteries, wiper blades etc.
  • Complete all aspects of automotive repair Managed the shop when needed
  • Worked in the automotive repair industry for over 20 years.
  • Performed all types of automotive repairs and maintenance (e.g.
  • Complete automotive repair and diagnostics Proven sales ability Trouble shooting and diagnostics Customer relations

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11. Air Compressors
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Here's how Air Compressors is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Diagnosed problems and made repairs, employing appropriate tools: pneumatic tools, air compressors, etc.
  • Operated and maintained pneumatic power tools, air compressors and other equipment.
  • Operated pneumatic and hand tools as well as air compressors.
  • Dried car surfaces using air compressors and cloths.
  • Operated pneumatic tools and air compressors.
  • Operated pneumatic tools and air compressors.Complied with state vehicle requirements, including engine safety and combustion control standards.
  • Operated pneumatic tools and air compressors.Rebuilt and repaired engines.
  • Operated pneumatictools and air compressors.
  • Operated pneumatic tools and air compressors.Removed and replaced tires, shocks, struts and brakes.

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12. Brake Systems
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Here's how Brake Systems is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Perform tune-ups on vehicles Overhauls, repairs, and/or replaces other vehicle parts such as parts on steering and brake systems.
  • Repair, overhaul, or adjust automobile brake systems and change spark plugs, fuel filters, and air filters.
  • Specialized in repair of automatic and manual transmissions as well as repair, realignment, and replacement of brake systems.
  • Gas and some small diesel engines, brake systems, AC systems, suspension systems, electrical systems.
  • Inspected brake systems, steering mechanisms, wheel bearings, and other important parts ensuring proper operating condition.
  • Brake systems, electrical systems, AC systems, front end and suspension systems.
  • Repaired exhaust systems; suspension systems; brake systems and a variety of services.
  • Worked on auto suspensions, brake systems, transmissions and drive train systems.
  • Brake systems, AC systems, suspension systems, electrical systems.
  • Repair brake systems, suspensions, and do basic engine repairs.
  • Greased bearings, examined repairs and overhauled the brake systems.
  • Adjust or align headlights, wheels, and brake systems.
  • Inspect and repair brake systems, steering and suspensions.
  • Repair, overhaul, or adjust automobile brake systems.
  • Repaired hydraulic and pneumatic lines on brake systems.
  • Gained GM certification in brake systems.
  • Maintained, repaired, overhauled and adjusted vehicle brake systems, vehicle cooling systems, suspension systems, and wheel alignments.
  • Fuel systems, brake systems, transmissions, cooling systems, etc.)
  • Diagnosed and repaired Antilock Brake Systems Performed routine maintenance repairs
  • Full Automotive Services Brake Systems Air Conditioning and Heating Systems Suspension and Steering Drivability/Engine Performance Electrical Computer Diagnostic

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13. Electrical Systems Malfunctions
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Here's how Electrical Systems Malfunctions is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Maintained vehicle functional condition by performing inspections; repairing mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions; replacing parts and components.
  • Repaired mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions; Replaced parts and components.

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14. ASE
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Here's how ASE is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Based on customer complaint; perform test, diagnosis and repair of defective components in customer vehicles.
  • Inspect and correct any faults in vehicles purchased from auction and ensuring they'll pass emissions.
  • Worked under an ASE certified technician to perform used car inspections and light duty repairs.
  • Maintained rental and lease fleet vehicles as well as performing customer vehicle repairs.
  • Handled chemicals, gases, and heavy machinery in an industrial setting.
  • Managed special order requests, purchase orders, and item management.
  • Inspect vehicles and diagnose any faults in vehicles purchased from auction.
  • Performed customer jobs based on their goals and financial concerns.
  • Certified by the Institute of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)
  • Check grease fittings and differential in automotive vehicles.
  • Greased and Oiled different automobile tools and equipment.
  • Diagnosed electrical, suspension, and performance problems ASE certified mechanic
  • Diagnose and fix drive train concerns Transmissions, Transaxles, Differentials, transfer case, drive shafts, etc.
  • Answered telephone, set appointments, fax machine, computer, ran tow truck, ASE Certified, etc.
  • List and purchase all mechanical parts that needs replacing or updating and ensuring timely accurate service for clients.
  • Rebuild and replacement of transmissions, engines, front and rear differentials, transfer cases, etc... .
  • Performed all phases of automotive repair including engine, transmission, and electrical Completed all necessary GM training
  • Utilized upselling skills to suggest additional products and services to customers and increase average ticket sales.
  • Diagnose and repair all vehicle related issues ASE Certified Master Technician Promoted from General Service Technician
  • master technician ,ASE Master technician , Va. State inspector

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15. Engine Tune-Ups
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Here's how Engine Tune-Ups is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Perform preventive maintenance such as engine tune-ups, oil changes, tire rotation and changes, wheel balancing, replacing filters.
  • Keep equipment available to test vehicles; engine tune-ups, oil change, tire rotation and changes and wheel balancing.
  • Assisted in auto repair and maintenance; motor and major assembly rebuilding transmissions and motors, and engine tune-ups.
  • Perform routine and schedule maintenance, engine tune-ups, oil changes, tire rotation and changes, wheel balancing.
  • Perform basic care and maintenance, including changing oil, engine tune-ups, and checking fluid levels.
  • Trained in auto welding, tire rotation, oil changes, and engine tune-ups.
  • Performed front-end alignments, brake repair, engine tune-ups and diagnosis.
  • Total maintenance performed from engine tune-ups to replacement of rear bumper.
  • Brake work, alignments, engine tune-ups
  • General mechanics (engine tune-ups, brakes, transmissions, engines, etc..).
  • Completed maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications, and engine tune-ups.
  • Perform engine tune-ups and repairs; diagnose problems using codeReaders.

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16. Lube
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Here's how Lube is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Established the Shadow mentoring program, and successfully trained over twenty mechanics personally, in the Tire and Lube Express.
  • Worked Flat Rate Accomplishments Emissions Certified, mastered tire and lube, had 3 vehicle returns for same problem.
  • Inspect and Recharge Ac if needed with R134a Check and work with lube and oil filters.
  • Provided customers efficient customer service changing & balancing tires, & oil and lube services.
  • Specialized in servicing oil and lube jobs, and all other fluid checks.
  • Hired in as a service porter, advanced to a light duty/lube technician.
  • Worked with lube, oil and filters, tire rotations and changes.
  • Completed engine overhauls, tune-ups, lube and brake jobs.
  • Worked in the tire and lube department performing routine maintenance.
  • Replaced lube oil and filters in all specified vehicles.
  • Light end mechanics, lube and tire tech.
  • Perform oil lube on varies models of vehicles.
  • Inspect and lube various components of the vehicle.
  • Manage lube center and automotive repair shop.
  • Oil, lube, and tire installation.
  • Performed light duty and basic maintenance on Mazda vehicles Ran quick lube lane for Mazda, and Volkswagen
  • perform 15 point inspection, change oil, filter and lube chassis.
  • Certified in several NISSAN/INFINITI areas - Performed auto repair and vehicle issue diagnosis -Served as a general shop hand and lube technician
  • Perform Used car inspection Perform oil changes and lube chassis Replace batteries and headlights.
  • Oil change, transmission flush, lube and filter replacements and other maintaince .

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17. Wheel Alignments
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Here's how Wheel Alignments is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Performed oil changes, brake work, wheel alignments, tire mounting, flat tire repairs and more.
  • Serviced vehicles such as performing wheel alignments and replacing ball-joints, shocks/struts, tie-rod, and brakes.
  • Replenished auto merchandise, worked on wheel alignments, oil changes, tire installation and sales.
  • Installed tires, brakes, suspension, A/C and heating, and adjusted wheel alignments.
  • Performed wheel alignments, brakes, front end, and changed tires.
  • Performed two and four wheel alignments with Hunter equipment.
  • Performed both corrective, and maintenance four wheel alignments.
  • Diagnose wheel alignments using Hunter HawkEye.
  • Performed wheel alignments, replaced control arms, ball joints, shocks, struts, and wheel bearings.
  • wheel alignments, suspension, brakes, intake gaskets, tires, oil changes, diagnostics, etc
  • Performed General maintenance and service to vehicles including: Wheel balancing, tire rotations, wheel alignments.
  • Perform general automotive repair and maintenance, wheel alignments, diagnostic work, NYS inspection.
  • tune ups, flushes, brake jobs, tire replacements, and four wheel alignments.
  • Perform pre and post inspections of vehicles, wheel alignments and intermediate repairs.
  • oil changes, tire change and rotations, wheel alignments, etc.
  • tire changing, repair, and four wheel alignments.
  • Wheel alignments, Struts, P/S rack and pinion, Transaxle, Driveshaft, front and rear Diff.
  • Oil Change Tire Installation, Mounting, Balancing and Rotation Wheel Alignments Brakes, Install Pads and Resurface Rotors
  • Key Skills: Transmission and electrical work Performed tune-ups, brakes, and front end work Wheel alignments
  • Wheel alignments Brakes Shocks Steering Suspension systems Extra training while there: Hunter Engineering

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Here's how Vehicle Maintenance is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • General and specialized vehicle maintenance and repairs.
  • Performed basic vehicle maintenance and repairs
  • Work in a busy Automotive shop providing vehicle maintenance and repair to individual as well as fleet customer vehicles.
  • Complete automotive repair, engine light diagnostic & vehicle maintenance, while also being safe and efficient.
  • Job description: To maintain high quality levels of vehicle maintenance and repairs on customers vehicles.
  • Performed routine vehicle maintenance (changed oil, rotate tires, brake jobs, etc.)
  • Explained, quoted, and sold vehicle maintenance and repairs to customers.
  • Performed oil changes and general vehicle maintenance in light vehicles and light-trucks.
  • Job duties included, domestic and foreign vehicle maintenance and repair.
  • Perform routine vehicle maintenance, Engine and transmission removal and replace.
  • Performed vehicle maintenance, repairs, and warranty claims.
  • Perform routine vehicle maintenance and all other vehicle repairs.
  • Locate & repair any vehicle maintenance issues.
  • Perform All aspects of vehicle maintenance.
  • Perform routine schedule vehicle maintenance services.
  • Perform vehicle Maintenance and Diagnostics.
  • General vehicle maintenances, as far as brakes, flushes, tune-ups, suspension.
  • Performed regular vehicle maintenance tasks; oil changes, lubrications and tune-ups.
  • Inventory Sales Shipping and receiving Perform routine vehicle maintenance
  • Major and minor vehicle repairs Vehicle maintenance Process vehicle orders Order vehicle parts Balance financial books Answer phone

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Here's how Troubleshoot is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Ensured equipment operation by following operating instructions, troubleshooting breakdowns, maintaining supplies, performing preventive maintenance, calling for repairs.
  • Recognized for expert knowledge of maintenance and outstanding ability to troubleshoot and repair deficiencies on military equipment.
  • Performed troubleshooting, diagnosis and repair of electrical and mechanical components on foreign and domestic passenger vehicles
  • Diagnosed complex problems in heavy motor vehicles and executed troubleshooting procedures.
  • Assisted maintenance personnel in troubleshooting and diagnosing turret malfunctions.
  • Skilled in troubleshooting and repairing electronic and hydraulic systems.
  • Performed diagnostics and troubleshooting to pinpoint automotive problems.
  • Perform all diagnostics and electrical troubleshooting.
  • Oil changes, Routine Maintenance, Replacement of failed parts, troubleshooting of noises, failures and codes.
  • Provided maintenance of cooling systems and hoses; diagnostic programs and to manage troubleshooting activities.
  • Diagnosed ABS, engine, brake, and reverse light problems by electrical troubleshooting.
  • Perform diagnose, troubleshoot; mechanical, electrical, and air conditioning systems.
  • Provided support in various services including maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting
  • Test drive, troubleshoot, and diagnose vehicles.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of preventive maintenance, troubleshooting and repairs necessary for vehicle delivery Completed all necessary Mazda USA training as required
  • Results-oriented and energetic professional with extensive experience in maintaining and troubleshooting a diverse range of automobiles.
  • Diagnose, troubleshoot, and repair engines, transmissions, and suspensions Preform alignments and install tires
  • Provide technical support and guidance about automotive electrical systems Install aftermarket components to vehicles Troubleshoot any possible aftermarket component issues
  • Analyze, troubleshoot, and repair customers vehicles/equipment Schedule appointments with customers Let customers know of estimated cost of repairs
  • Diagnosed and troubleshoot customers' cars Performed repairs on domestic and imports Repaired engines, install rebuilt transmission, basic maintenance

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Here's how Fuel Systems is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Specialized in the troubleshooting of all heavy diesel vehicular systems including electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and fuel systems.
  • Convert vehicle fuel systems from gasoline to butane gas operations and repair and service operating butane fuel units.
  • Repair and diagnosis of all electrical systems (ignition, fuel systems, charging and a/c).
  • Fuel Systems: Repair and maintenance of fuel lines, fuel tanks and filters.
  • Perform maintenance on and rebuild fuel systems, differentials, engines, and suspensions.
  • Specialize in servicing engines, climate control, brakes and suspensions, fuel systems.
  • Maintain, repair, adjust, install and calibrate necessary vehicle fuel systems.
  • Specialized in servicing brakes, fuel systems, suspension oil, transmission.
  • Inspected automotive system's emission controls, computer and fuel systems.
  • Overhauled engines, transmissions, components, electrical and fuel systems.
  • Upgrade fuel systems and install methanol injection systems.
  • Specialize in servicing brakes and fuel systems.
  • Performed brake services and fuel systems.
  • Work with service breaks, fuel systems, suspension, and tune-up, computerize system, motor repair, among others.
  • Watched and inspected closely parts like hoses, belts, plugs, fuel systems, brakes, and other possible troublesome items
  • Service brakes and fuel systems Communicate with customers regarding vehicle issues and potential repairs.
  • Service BOSCH C.I.S fuel systems.
  • Replace engines & transmissions Service brakes and fuel systems Install timing gears and replacing brakes
  • Removed and replaced tires, shocks, struts and brakes Oil Changes Service brakes and fuel systems Replace engines & transmissions
  • Experience thru Firestone Coolant Systems Steering and Suspension Fuel Systems Brakes AC and Heating Transmission Service

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21. Wheel Bearings
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Here's how Wheel Bearings is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Examined belts, hoses, steering systems, spark plugs, brake and fuel systems and wheel bearings.
  • Located and corrected faulty areas in the vehicle such as ignition, brake shoes and wheel bearings.
  • Diagnosed and Replaced, water pumps, radiators, wheel bearings, brakes, head gaskets.
  • State inspections brakes mufflers tires oil changes wheel bearings tie rods oil pan gaskets alignments water pumps
  • Replaced multiple engines and transmissions, also replaced many brakes wheel bearings and brake lines.
  • Repaired and replaced automobile leaf springs, defective ball joint suspensions and wheel bearings.
  • Repair and replace defective ball joint suspensions, brake shoes, and wheel bearings.
  • Change or recondition brakes, ball joints, tie-rods, and wheel bearings.
  • Repair or replace worn parts, such as brake pads and wheel bearings.
  • Repaired/replaced worn parts, such as brake pads, and wheel bearings.
  • Skilled in removal and installation of wheel bearings on heavy-duty vehicles.
  • Complete service of wheel bearings, wheel seals and brakes.
  • Clean and repair front wheel bearings.
  • Repaired and replaced wheel bearings.
  • Trouble repairs: timing belts, timing chains, struts/ball joints, brakes, tie rods, and wheel bearings.
  • Worked on brakes, ball joints, wheel bearings, etc.
  • Work on brakes, rotors, steering and suspension, wheel bearings, tire and lube.
  • General repair: Wheel bearings, coolent system, tie-rods both inner and outters, shock and stuts.
  • Brake jobs, Tune-ups, Wiring of electronic accessories Wheel bearings, radiator replacements And other mechanical services
  • Replaced defective parts, such as shock absorbers, balljoint suspension, brakeshoes, and wheel bearings.

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22. Hvac
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Here's how Hvac is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Experience with internal engine repair, engine performance, brakes, steering, suspension, HVAC, and electrical systems.
  • Have various NAPA approved classes and training with engine diagnostics and diagnosing HVAC and electrical issues.
  • Perform electrical, engine, transmission, HVAC, suspension and brake diagnosis and repair.
  • Repaired or replaced suspension, brake, drive train, engine, and HVAC systems.
  • Qualified and skilled in all types of repair including electrical and HVAC.
  • Performed HVAC diagnosis & repair to address automatic climate control concerns.
  • Certified in the recovery and replacement of HVAC refrigerants.
  • Have knowledge of HVAC and plumbing as well.
  • Completed HVAC diagnostics and repairs on automobiles.
  • Performed engine diagnosis and HVAC systems repair.
  • Tested and replaced HVAC components - compressors/condensers.
  • Accomplished training on HVAC automotive systems.
  • Performed HVAC work on vehicles.
  • Power train, brakes, HVAC, and electronics.
  • Performed: Electrical, Tires/Brakes, Steering and Suspension, Transmission, HVAC and Engine work
  • Performed front-end alignments and suspension Overhauled and repaired HVAC systems.
  • Service customer vehicles Brakes, transmission, HVAC, engines, electrical, custom fabrication Provided customers information on vehicle repairs
  • Conduct inspections and diagnose engine, hvac, brakes, steering and suspension, electrical systems etc.
  • State Inspections Engine Diagnostics and Repair Suspension Diagnostics and Repair HVAC Services General Maintenance
  • Diagnosed and Repaired Automotive HVAC Systems Diagnosed and Repaired ABS Systems Repaired Electrical Systems Found Ground Faluts and and repaired battiery Drains

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23. Timing Belts
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Here's how Timing Belts is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Replace parts such as engines, wheel bearings, struts, gaskets, brake pads and timing belts.
  • Diagnose and repair mechanical or electrical issues including trouble codes, engine and trans swaps, timing belts.
  • Fixed or put in new belts, hoses and steering systems, installed timing gears and timing belts
  • Performed timing belts, head jobs, motor, and transmission replacements on a variety different vehicles.
  • Major duties included replacement of engines, transmissions, head gaskets, timing belts and electrical troubleshooting.
  • Inspected, serviced and repaired engines, brakes, timing belts and other parts in cars.
  • Performed routine automotive maintenance including fluid changes, tune-ups and timing belts.
  • Tune ups minor or major, timing belts and head jobs.
  • Replaced timing belts, set timing and tune up.
  • Perform factory scheduled maintenance such as timing belts.
  • Installed timing gears and timing belts.
  • Mount and balance tires, oil changes, timing belts, brakes etc.
  • Installed timing gears and timing belts.Guided mechanics with decisions concerning repair and replacement of parts.
  • Oil leaks, cooling systems, timing belts and inspections and maintenance.
  • Replaced Timing belts Scheduled Maintenance on vehicles Customer Service/ Explaining repair process to customers
  • Iworked from 1993 to 2001 tune ups brakes timing belts cylinder heads matrix computer scanner lower upper ball joint trasmission service etc
  • Installed timing gears and timing belts Executed all phases of power system tear down and repair Lube & Oil Services
  • Oil changes.tune ups,4 wheel alignments,air conditioning,timing belts,brakes,suspension and front end repairs.
  • Remove and replace front end parts Perform routine maintenance Timing belts, check engine light diagnosis Brakes
  • Diagnose electrical problems Remove and Replace transmissions Rebuilt and repaired engines Installed timing belts and timing gears

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24. State Inspections
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Here's how State Inspections is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Conducted automotive Virginia State Inspections, preventive maintenance services.
  • Performed Pennsylvania state inspections and emissions testing.
  • Performed all state inspections according to Texas guidelines, completed oil and fluid changes, and up sold customer products.
  • Perform PA state inspections, air conditioning diagnostics and repairs as well as all other automotive maintenance.
  • Perform all repairs needed and requested on customer vehicles, including annual PA State Inspections.
  • Performed state inspections, Rebuilt faulty assemblies, including steering systems and linkages.
  • Diagnose & Repairs Vehicles, Preventive Maintenance on Vehicles and Perform State Inspections.
  • Inspected new vehicles prior to delivery and completed New York State inspections.
  • Performed 75% of all state inspections that came into dealership.
  • Oil changes, tires, alignments, state inspections and brakes
  • State inspections, oil changes, fluid services.
  • Performed PDI's and state inspections.
  • Perform preventive maintenance and state inspections.
  • Conduct pre-delivery and state inspections.
  • Preformed state inspections * Verified customer complaints.
  • Fuel system services NC state inspections.
  • state inspections, customer relations.
  • Diagnose and repair vehicles - Assist other technicians with vehicle repairs - Keep shop organized and clean - Perform vehicle state inspections
  • Perform State Inspections Service vehicles including maintenance, tune ups, and repairs Diagnose and repair drivability
  • Job Description: Oil Changes Tires, Brakes, and Alignments Suspension Work Diagnostic Work State Inspections and Emissions Tests

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Here's how Machine Shop is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Cleaned Machine Shop also Valve Grinding and also Re-assembled Cylinder Heads, Engine Blocks.
  • Remove engines disassemble and deliver items to machine shop for repair.

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26. Water Pumps
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Here's how Water Pumps is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Changed oil, oil filters, water pumps, timing belts, front and rear brakes, and turning rotor.
  • Focus on general maintenance (brakes, transmissions, tune-ups, water pumps, and more) for auto repair.
  • Diagnosed performance issues and repaired customer vehicles; including brake replacement, water pumps, radiators, motor rebuild.
  • Performed various mechanical duties, Brakes, Water pumps, Suspension parts, Electrical components, oil changes, etc
  • Perform services such as oil changes, timing belts, brakes, water pumps, starters and more.
  • Changed water pumps on Pontiac s. Changed tie rod ends and front wheel bearings on variety vehicles.
  • Conducted routine service and preventative maintenance such as timing belts, water pumps and tune up.
  • Replace starters, alternators, radiators, heater cores, water pumps and various interior components.
  • Repaired and replaced belts, hoses and cooling systems including radiators and water pumps.
  • Removed and replaced engines, transmissions, timing belts, and water pumps.
  • Replaced water pumps, timing belts, all gasket types; i.e.
  • Repaired and replaced radiators and water pumps.
  • Replace Timing Belts and Water Pumps.
  • Install radiators and water pumps.
  • Remove and replace transmissions, tires, shocks, struts, brakes, radiators, water pumps, etc.
  • Installed heater cores, brakes, water pumps, AC components, and basic drivability issues.
  • Aligned vehicles after tire replacement per customer request Removed and replaced radiators and water pumps.
  • Replace worn parts(water pumps, intakes, wheel bearings, etc )
  • Proceeded to changing braks, water pumps, timing belts,and performing inspections and general automotive repair.
  • Replaced water pumps and front and rear brakes Cleaned parts as needed Installed transmissions Performed tune-ups

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27. Engine Performance
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Here's how Engine Performance is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Learned physical and technical knowledge of gasoline engine performance characteristics.
  • Installed and calibrated engine performance upgrades and modifications.
  • Service experience from drive train, heating and cooling, engine performance, emission, and electrical and electronics.
  • Retained required ASE certifications: A-6 automotive electrical, A-8 engine performance, L1 advanced engine performance.
  • Diagnose electrical, suspension, engine performance, brake, and electronic problems or customer complaints.
  • Performed suspension, steering, air conditioning, brakes, electrical, and engine performance repairs.
  • Performed preventive maintenance inspections, engine performance, ABS diagnostics, and adjustment procedures.
  • Diagnosed all problems from noises, to electrical, engine performance and transmission issues.
  • Trained employees in the advanced engine performance repair shop.
  • Diagnose and repair electrical systems, and engine performance.
  • Conduct engine repair and engine performance maintenance.
  • Performed automotive diagnostic analysis and maintenance on vehicles and conducted various automotive tasks, such as drivability/engine performance.
  • Specialized in Engine performance and Drivability Diagnostics
  • Diagnose vehicles and complete repairs; on brake sytems, suspension, steering, engine performance, electrical, and A/C
  • General Motors training completed at GM Tech Center for Powertrain and engine Performance.
  • Front shop manager over looked all engine performance services and repairs.
  • Experienced in gas and diesel engine performance and repair .
  • Earned GM Service award for Engine Performance.
  • Specialized in Automotive Electronics, Drivability and Engine Performance as well as general vehicle maintenance and repair.
  • State Emission Repair Facility Computer Repair and Diagnostics Electrical System Repair and Diagnostics Engine Performance Diagnostics

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28. Hand Tools
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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Serviced all automotive systems and used extensively necessary diagnostic and repair equipment that includes test machines and hand tools.
  • Skilled in heavy and light auto repair Skilled with all gauges, wrenches, and machine, air and hand tools.
  • Seal punctures in tubeless tires by inserting adhesive material and expanding rubber plugs into punctures, using hand tools.
  • Required to use computerized shop equipment and work with electronic components while maintaining skills with traditional hand tools.
  • Used common hand tools like screwdrivers, wrenches, and pliers, to work on small-scale parts.
  • Assemble parts using bolts, screws, speed clips, rivets and other fasteners utilizing hand tools.
  • Performed automotive service on various automobiles with the use of different diagnostic machinery and hand tools.
  • Filed, ground, and sanded repaired surfaces with power tools and hand tools.
  • Disassemble defective equipment so that repairs can be made, using hand tools.
  • Used hand tools and power tools to remove and repair damaged parts.
  • Operate hand tools to adjust functional parts of devices and control instruments.
  • Utilized computerized shop equipment, as well as traditional hand tools.
  • Rotate tires to different positions on vehicles, using hand tools.
  • Provide and maintain a basic inventory of required hand tools.
  • Complete set of mechanical hand tools.
  • Adjust working parts, such as fan belts, contacts, and springs, using hand tools and gauges.
  • Skilled with all gauges, wrenches, and machine, air and hand tools.
  • Use of multiple hand tools and equipment Ensure quality installation and complete repair of job completion
  • Use hand tools to inspect , operate, and test machinery.
  • air guns, air hammer, ratchet, die grinders, and tons of hand tools.

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29. Necessary Repairs
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Here's how Necessary Repairs is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Worked with aftermarket warranty groups presenting diagnostic findings and repair estimates to establish authorizations for necessary repairs.
  • Diagnosed vehicle malfunctions and performed necessary repairs.
  • Performed necessary repairs and maintenance.
  • Inspected auction and trade-in vehicles and performed necessary repairs and services to make those vehicles ready for sale.
  • Inspected and diagnosed diesel, gas, electric automotive equipment, components and systems to determine necessary repairs.
  • Conduct diagnostic tests to determine the problems that the vehicles may have and make necessary repairs.
  • Inspect vehicles for damage and record findings so that necessary repairs can be made.
  • Worked on most makes and models of vehicles to include all necessary repairs.
  • Diagnose and perform necessary repairs on new and used customer and dealer vehicles.
  • Provide feedback to the customer about their vehicle and recommend any necessary repairs/services.
  • Conduct necessary repairs and take vehicles for test drives to verify soundness.
  • Handled and filed work orders upon completion of the necessary repairs.
  • Make necessary repairs for resale to dealerships & auctions.
  • Used on board diagnostic software to determine necessary repairs.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate with coworkers and customers regarding necessary repairs and maintenance.
  • Perform multipoint inspections, document findings and recommend necessary repairs or maintenance.
  • Maintained equipment thru inspection and necessary repairs/modifications.
  • Completed all necessary repairs and or maintenance at the highest quality and in a timely manner.
  • Interfaced daily with customers, management, and service writers to perform necessary repairs in a timely manner.
  • Diagnose vehicle powertrain, drivability, and electrical faults Perform necessary repairs to vehicles of all makes and models

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30. Light Trucks
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Here's how Light Trucks is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Perform diagnosis, maintenance and repair of automobiles and light trucks, specializing in steering, suspension, and alignment.
  • Job Duties Include: Maintaining, diagnosing, and repairing brake, suspension and engine components of light trucks.
  • Assisted Master Technician in the diagnosis and repair of automobiles, light trucks, and heavy commercial vehicles.
  • Perform repairs and service on all models and manufactures of automobiles and light trucks, domestic and import.
  • Perform maintenance, installation, and repairs on all makes and models of cars and light trucks.
  • Diagnose cause of malfunction and perform repairs on various makes and model cars and light trucks.
  • Performed skilled repair and maintenance on automobiles and light trucks with related duties as required.
  • Verify and diagnose customer complaints on automobiles, light trucks, and heavy trucks.
  • Diagnose and repair all makes and models of cars and light trucks.
  • Provide basic maintenance and R&R to cars and light trucks.
  • Performed general maintenance and repairs to light trucks and automobiles.
  • Service and repair on GM automobiles and light trucks.
  • Repair various Nissan vehicles and light trucks
  • Repaired automobiles and light trucks.
  • Brake specialist on cars, SUV's, light trucks, heavy-duty trucks and school buses.
  • Perform service and repair on mostly GM automobiles and light trucks with occasional repairs to non-GM vehicles from pre-owned department.
  • Diagnose, service, and repair cars and light trucks Look up parts in distributor websites
  • Performed diagnostic troubleshooting on automobiles and light trucks using state of the art equipment.
  • job responsibilities repairing automobiles, light trucks.
  • Repaired cars and light trucks Preventative maintenance Inspection and delivery of new and used vehiclesBank of Boston CT, Windsor, CT

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31. Automotive Systems
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Here's how Automotive Systems is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Formalized safety checklist to ensure complete review of automotive systems.
  • Developed technical understanding of automotive systems.
  • Repaired different parts of automotive systems.
  • Experience as an automotive technician to diagnose, service and repair a variety of automotive systems for customers and dealerships vehicles.
  • Worked under the direction of Owner & Master Mechanic, rotating through diagnosis and repair of automotive systems and units.
  • Diagnose and repair defective electrical, fuel delivery, air conditioning, steering, suspension and other automotive systems.
  • Diagnosed and repaired automotive systems including brakes, electrical, suspension and alignment, air conditioning and computer systems.
  • Mastered skills in diagnostics and repair in all automotive systems as well as light duty diesel engines.
  • Diagnose and repair all automotive systems including brakes, engines, wiring, A/C, computer systems.
  • Tested and diagnosed automotive systems, removed and replaced defective parts, prepared vehicles for auction.
  • Consisted of repairs on Light trucks and cars which covers repair on all automotive systems.
  • Perform repairs on several automotive systems, including brakes, exhaust, steering and suspension.
  • Repaired vehicle damages, replaced parts, and repaired various parts of automotive systems.
  • Analyze test data for automotive systems, subsystems, or component parts.
  • Inspected, serviced, and repaired the various complete automotive systems
  • Complete diagnosis and repair of all automotive systems.
  • Diagnose and repair automotive systems.
  • Worked independently and unsupervised, diagnosing, maintaining and repairing automotive systems Maintained shop operations with an emphasis on corporate safety standards
  • Provided diagnostic services and trouble-shooting of automotive systems, utilizing scanners, oscilloscopes and DVMs.
  • Diagnose and repair all automotive systems Clean and maintain work area and equipment

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Here's how Mechanical Equipment is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Performed troubleshooting and repair electronic and mechanical equipment.
  • Repair and maintain automobiles and mechanical equipment.
  • Fabricated electronic and other mechanical equipment.
  • Maintained and calibrated mechanical equipment while serving as a team member to ensure the working area was clean and maintained.
  • Maintained, cleaned and repaired automobile parts and mechanical equipment on a regular basis.
  • Maintained tool shop and a wide range of mechanical equipment which required special certifications.
  • Inspected and diagnose mechanical defects in trucks, automobiles and other mechanical equipment.
  • Well Comprehension about use of mechanical equipment and tool real good.
  • Work with a variety of tools and mechanical equipment.
  • Maintain, repair a variety of mechanical equipment.

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33. Repair Orders
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Here's how Repair Orders is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Opened and closed repair orders checking Vehicle Identification Numbers for manufacturer safety recalls.
  • Maintained repair orders, invoices and necessary warranty documentation.
  • Perform accurate automotive repairs outlined on repair orders.
  • Utilized Reynolds and Reynolds software and Microsoft Word to maintain repair orders, vehicle history files and invoice data.
  • Performed work specified on maintenance and repair orders with efficiency and in accordance with dealership standards.
  • Assisted in prioritizing repair orders and aiding in their completion based on customer urgency.
  • Filled out repair orders and kept records according to Dealership and Union rules.
  • Diagnose cars, repair issues, write up repair orders, order parts.
  • Perform work as outlined on repair orders with 90 to 100% accuracy.
  • Maintain records of purchase orders, repair orders and work order.
  • Type repair orders and look up parts and labor prices.
  • Developed repair orders, estimates and required materials and parts.
  • Completed repair orders after the vehicle was serviced.
  • Dispatch repair orders and invoice when completed.
  • Time management with multiple repair orders.
  • Write repair orders and answer telephones.
  • Performed warranty recalls for safety related issues Utilizing my experience to supervise, prioritized daily repair orders and shop work flow.
  • managed efforts within the shop to ensure proper vehicle repair orders in the most efficient and timely manner possible.
  • Create repair orders and update service advisor of any issues with the vehicle.
  • Review and communicate repair orders from service advisor.

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Here's how Compression Gauges is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Test drove vehicles, and tested components and systems using equipment such as compression gauges and computerized diagnostic services.
  • test stands, oscilloscopes, compression gauges).

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Here's how Toyota is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Direct communication with Toyota Technical, including Dealer Product Reports.
  • Accepted an apprentice technician position to validate a Toyota Certification.
  • Complete technical training modules through Toyota certification.
  • Worked effectively and productively to diagnose, repair, and maintain all customer vehicles as an ASE/Toyota certified technician.
  • Worked on Toyota, Mitsubishi, Suzuki l, and scion as an auto tech.
  • Performed the installation of automotive window film and other accessories to any Toyota vehicles.
  • Maintain and repair all models of Toyota vehicles, troubleshoot and resolve customer complaints.
  • Relocated to Tampa and immediately began work as a line tech for Toyota.
  • Obtained employment as an intern through Penn College's Toyota T-TEN program.
  • Red team technician responsible for service and repair of Toyota automobiles.
  • Performed routine maintenance to Toyota automobiles as well as used cars.
  • Have earned the title of Toyota master technician and ASE master technician
  • Worked on and have vast knowledge of all Toyota products.
  • Performed light duty maintenance on Toyota vehicles.
  • Worked on all Toyota and Scion models.
  • Perform diagnostics to locate or diagnose customers complaints then repair vehicle per toyota specifications and verify the repair.
  • Full Toyota inspections including testing batteries, checking and replacing cabin and engine air filters.
  • Performed Engine &Brake system diagnosis/repair for Toyota automobiles and light trucks.
  • Perform required maintenance on Toyota vehicles * Repair and diagnose problems on Toyota and other car brands * Dealership Spanish/English translator
  • Repair models that include Fords, Chevrolets, Hyundai's, Nissans, GMCs, and Toyotas.

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36. Chrysler
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Here's how Chrysler is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Level 3, Chrysler certified technician with certifications in hybrid training and natural gas training.
  • Certified A Technician experienced in diagnostics, service and repair on all Chrysler brands.
  • Trained and experienced in working on Dodge, Chrysler, and Jeep vehicles.
  • Disassembled new Ford and Chrysler vehicles and replace new parts with prototype parts.
  • Certified level 1 Chrysler technician aspiring to become Master Certified.
  • Started as a technician apprentice working on Chrysler vehicles.
  • Completed tear-down of Chrysler products for painting and marketing purposes
  • Assemble passenger seats for Chrysler cars and trucks.
  • Produce auto parts for Ford and Chrysler.
  • Achieved Chrysler's Silver Technician status.
  • Level 2 Chrysler Certified professional.
  • Diagnosed transmissions, transfer cases, differentials, among other powertrain components on Jeep, Chrysler and Dodge cars and trucks.
  • Diagnose and repair all vehicle systems, specializing in Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Kia, and Mitsubishi vehicles.
  • Received and maintained Chrysler Gold and Crossfire certification during tenure at Carmax.
  • State Inspector Level 2 Chrysler Certified
  • Started as oil lube technician - Specialization in transmissions - Chrysler Level 2 certification in all areas
  • general service and maintainance of customer vehicles in a small Chrysler dealership setting.
  • General repairs of the Chrysler/ Fiat product line including , 1.
  • Master ASE Certification Chrysler Training Center -Hartford wis. level 4 thru 2O08
  • Certified Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge "A" Technician Certified Crossfire & SRT Technician Manager- Jim Foulkrod & Frank Mendincino

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37. Engine Analyzers
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Here's how Engine Analyzers is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Inspected vehicles and performed diagnostic tests using engine analyzers.
  • Performed troubleshooting on malfunctions Tested vehicle components and systems with compression gauges, computerized diagnostics and infrared engine analyzers.
  • Test drive vehicles, and test componets and systems using specialized engine analyzers.

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Here's how R is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Provide routine maintenance and service to customer automobiles per manufacturer recommendations and governmental regulation.
  • Completed Technician trainee program while attending Louisiana Technical College
  • Prepared customer quotes and finalized billing.
  • Confer with customers to obtain descriptions of vehicle problems, and to discuss work to be performed and future repair requirements.
  • Started with the dealership in 1973 while still in high school under a Diversified Occupations Program.
  • Attended GM training classes and became proficient in all facets of automotive maintenance and repair.
  • Assisted service writers with customer needs and answering phones at the service desk.
  • Diagnose any problems with the vehicles and order replacement parts to be installed.
  • Detail interior of vehicles on a daily basis and upon being sold.
  • Answer customer questions regarding any automobile on the sales lot.
  • Repair and maintain a variety of postal vehicles and equipment.
  • Clean and organize the shop area and the grounds.
  • Wire solder including through-hole and surface soldering.
  • Service in Manual and automatic transmission.
  • Tire changer road test car's.change oil
  • Managed parts and supplies inventory.
  • Inspect and maintain vehicle inventory.
  • Perform maintenance and repairs on cars, trucks, SUV's, and various vehicles brought into the automotive shop.
  • Received a Certificate of Commendation for technical proficiency while deployed to Fallujah, Iraq.
  • Perform computer diagnosis and repairs Brakes and wheels

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Here's how Diagnostic Devices is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Operated equipment such as infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Used diagnostic engine analyzers, compression gauges, computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Test components and systems using computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Test drive vehicles and test components and systems using equipment such as infrared engine analyzers compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Test drive vehicles, and test components and systems, using specialized tools and equipment and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Test components and systems using equipment such as computerized diagnostic devices, compression gauges, and volt meters.
  • Test vehicles components and fluids, using equipment such as compression gauges, and digital diagnostic devices.
  • Checked vehicles and systems, using engine analyzers, compression gauges diagnostic devices.
  • Worked with multiple diagnostic devices.
  • Used compression gages and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Assess, diagnose and determine scope of work for full range of automotive issues, utilizing computerized diagnostic devices and gauges.
  • Operated equipment such as pico scope, compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.

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40. Vehicle Serviceability
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Here's how Vehicle Serviceability is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Verified vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives and evaluating automotive systems.
  • Verified vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives.
  • Verify vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives; adjust controls and systems.
  • Verified vehicle serviceability through conducting test drives and adjustingcontrols and systems.
  • Verified vehicle serviceability by conducting test-drives, adjusting controlsand systems.
  • Verified vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives Mounted and inflated tires on a test machine and balanced tires.

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Here's how Exhaust Systems is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Carry out automotive diagnostics and repairs Diagnose and repair automotive air conditioning Diagnose and correct wiring problems Repair and install exhaust systems
  • Carry out automotive diagnostics and repairs Perform alignments Complete Utah safety inspections Diagnose and correct wiring problems Repair and install exhaust systems
  • Constructed and installed automotive exhaust systems.
  • Replace tires, exhaust systems, fuel lines and a wide array of parts that help keep a vehicle running.
  • Diagnosed heating, A/C, electrical components, brakes, gasoline engines, and exhaust systems.
  • Repaired cooling systems, charging systems, exhaust systems, brake systems, and suspension systems.
  • Repaired complete brake service Replacement of shocks and struts Installed complete exhaust systems repair and custom built
  • Performed routine maintenance and minor work such as exhaust systems, brakes and tires.
  • Used an exhaust bender to make custom exhaust systems.
  • Work on exhaust systems, including fabricating exhaust systems.
  • Replaced radiators, exhaust systems and tires.
  • Exhaust Systems, Brakes, Oil Changes, Tires, Tune-ups
  • Trained under supervision of certified ASE technicians in Brake systems, Drivetrain, Intake/Exhaust systems, engines, and diagnostic equipment.
  • Installed aftermarket merchandise such as navigation units, DVD systems, exhaust systems, super chargers, and back up cameras.
  • Manage oil change bays Responsibilities: Car maintenance including replace brakes, shocks, and exhaust systems.
  • Brake repair, Tune-ups, Suspensions, and Oil changes Front end, and Exhaust systems.
  • Installed and removed high performance engines and parts.Custom made exhaust systems, fuel systems.
  • Exhaust Installed full exhaust systems, custom work included pipe bending and mig welding.
  • place and/or repair exhaust systems Repair and/or replace brake components Repair or replace suspension components
  • Perform work on: Brakes Steering Systems Suspension Systems Engines Tune ups General Repair Exhaust Systems Welding

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42. Honda
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Here's how Honda is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • General maintenance, minor repairs and accessory installation for Honda automobiles.
  • Serviced vehicles while following strict Honda Motor Company of America procedures.
  • Achieved Honda Platinum Level certification and ASE Master Technician Certification.
  • Attended Honda Factory training at the training center in Stockton California twice (11/14 and 07/15)
  • Worked on Honda and Dodge cars from A/C repairs to total engine/transmission removal and repairs.
  • Diagnosed, serviced, and repaired vehicles according to Honda and other manufacturers' specifications.
  • Maintain high level of skill through training and testing with American Honda.
  • Performed service and repair work on Honda's at the dealership level
  • Changed out radiators in Honda civics, and starter motors.
  • Service Mechanic and Technician for Honda dealer and service provider.
  • Gained extensive knowledge of Honda products and dealership processes.
  • Diagnose and repair all Honda line cars.
  • Ray Prices Mazda & Honda.
  • Received factory Acura/Honda training for repair, diagnosis and accessory installations
  • Keep a maintained and clean workplace Follow Honda's specific procedures for certain types of work.
  • conduct maintenance and repair work on all Honda automobiles, SUV's and vans.
  • Interact with customers to explain needed repairs 100% online Honda module Completions
  • Full show and race customization of Honda and Acura vehicles.
  • Work primarily with: BMW, Mercedes, Audi, Infiniti, Acura, Toyota, and Honda.
  • Assigned where needed in Acura, Honda, and Mitsubishi divisions throughout this eight year timeframe.

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  • Maintained the work area in a clean and orderly condition and follow prescribed safety regulations also attended BMW school and Training.
  • Repaired high end European cars including, Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Volkswagen, Saab and Volvo.
  • Repaired BMW vehicles with the use of special tools as needed per job.
  • Attended various training classes at BMW's Ontario, California training center.
  • Diagnose and repair import vehicles including BMW, Mercedes, Jaguar, etc
  • Attended hundreds of hours of BMW schooling, in class and online.
  • Service technician responsible for maintenance and repair of all BMW models.
  • Clear understanding of parts and ordering systems used for; VW/Audi/BMW/Porsche/ vehicles
  • Perform coding procedures as outlined in BMW of America Technical bulletins.
  • Trained and assisted new technicians who joined without BMW experience.
  • Diagnosed and repaired customer work orders per BMW standards.
  • Diagnosed BMW and Mercedes Benz electrical systems.
  • Attended all BMW round table videos.
  • Raised 2 levels on the BMW training scale within 1 year.
  • Performed retrofits of BMW accessories such as sports steering wheels, illuminated door sills, bike racks, etc.
  • Perform assembly and disassembly of Charging Unit of BMW's i3 series.
  • Attended and successfully completed factory training as required by BMW.
  • Performed all duties required for full time BMW service technician
  • Service BMWs from early 80s to present day.
  • Full Service and Repair on all BMW Models Wrote Customer Repair Estimates Snow Plow Operator

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44. Computer Hardware
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45. Diagnostic Tools
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Here's how Diagnostic Tools is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Diagnosed, adjusted, and repaired automotive mechanical systems using a variety of diagnostic tools and computer databases.
  • General automotive repairs including mechanical and electrical, troubleshooting using diagnostic tools as well as basic mechanical knowledge.
  • Identify mechanical or electrical problems of vehicles manually or using computerized diagnostic tools.
  • Identified mechanical problems with computerized diagnostic tools and machined brake rotors using specific tolerances
  • Gained proficiency operating computerized alignment system, tire mounting, and diagnostic tools.
  • Experienced with multiple computerized diagnostic tools.
  • Test failed components using diagnostic tools and special service equipment to diagnose, maintain, and repair vehicle automotive systems.
  • Experienced with automotive equipment such as flush machines, diagnostic tools, and other basic shop equipment.
  • Inspect and repair customer vehicles per Ford recommended procedures, using plug-in diagnostic tools.
  • Identified mechanical problems of cars manually or by means of computerized diagnostic tools.
  • Inspected used vehicles for mechanical issues by manual or computerized diagnostic tools.
  • Tested components and systems, using diagnostic tools and special equipment.
  • Used multiple diagnostic tools to determine root cause of vehicle malfunctions.
  • Advance skills in automotive diagnostic tools.
  • Used diagnostic tools and equipment.
  • Manage of all diagnostic tools; including Scanner and Oscilloscope Interprets and applies technical diagnostic in diagram and text form
  • Diagnose vehicle trouble codes using obd II computer diagnostic tools.
  • Utilized diagnostic tools to analyze and program vehicle ECUs.
  • Use of diagnostic tools (Multi-meter, test light, and scan tools.)
  • Use diagnostic tools muiltimeter, fuel pressure guages, compression testers.

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46. Future Repair Requirements
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Here's how Future Repair Requirements is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Direct communication with customers to obtain a description of the vehicle problems and work to be performed or future repair requirements.
  • Advised clients and associates of work performed, vehicle condition and potential future repair requirements.
  • Informed clients on work performed, overall condition of vehicle and future repair requirements.
  • Discussed with customers the work needed to be performed and future repair requirements.

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47. Suspension Systems
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Here's how Suspension Systems is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Provided inspection services on vehicle steering and suspension systems determining and recommending needed repairs.
  • Performed complete automotive repair in mechanical, electrical power train and suspension systems.
  • Air suspension systems installation, modification and repair.
  • Diagnosed, repaired/installed to specifications: repair tires, suspension systems, engine fluid levels and vehicle preventative maintenance, etc.
  • Replace engines, transmissions, brakes, cooling systems, HVAC systems, electrical systems, steering and suspension systems.
  • Have service experience in heating, air conditioning, engine cooling, electrical, brakes, and suspension systems.
  • Performed repairs and overhauls to engine and transmission systems, diagnosis and replacements of brake and suspension systems.
  • General automotive maintenance, brake service, front end alignments, service of suspension systems.
  • Mounted and balanced tires, diagnosed and repaired steering and suspension systems, and brakes.
  • Test drove vehicles and inspected steering and suspension systems to address concerns of customer.
  • Repaired and replaced belts, hoses, and steering and suspension systems.
  • Completed front end alignments and repairs on steering and suspension systems.
  • Perform engine, electrical, brake and suspension systems diagnosis.
  • Balanced tires as well as checked and repaired suspension systems.
  • Completed diagnosis and repair of steering and suspension systems.
  • Repaired and replaced suspension systems, engines and transmissions.
  • Build and test steering and suspension systems.
  • Perform basic preventive maintenance/ diagnostic checks Knowledge of alignments, suspension systems, cooling systems, electrical systems, and fuel systems
  • Perform recall work for Big 3 on drive trains, suspension systems, cooling systems, and computer systems.
  • Used to do brake system, scheduled maintenance, steering and suspension systems, tune-ups, electromechanic, etc.

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48. Engine Failures
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Here's how Engine Failures is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Repair engine failures, mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions.
  • Disassemble engines, diagnosis source of engine failures, clean and prep parts for assembly, port heads and assemble engines.
  • Diagnosed engine failures such as: bent or broken valves, broken timing belts, seized or locked up engines.
  • Repaired engine failures, mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions, heating and air conditioning systems, parts and components.
  • Conducted inspections; repaired engine failures.

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49. Vehicle Records
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Here's how Vehicle Records is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Assist customer service representatives with handling customer vehicle records.
  • Maintained vehicle records by recording service and repairs 7119 N 67th Ave 316-312-5527 / 316-469-9341 bobphillipi57@gmail.com
  • Maintained vehicle records and verified serviceability by conducting diagnostic testing, and test drives.
  • Prepare vehicle records and report both on paper and on computer.
  • Maintain vehicle records and access databases to cost contain customer investment.
  • Maintained vehicle records as well as financial records of shop.
  • Prepare and maintain vehicle records as related to work orders.
  • Maintain vehicle records by recording service and repairs.
  • Maintain vehicle records as required.
  • Prepared clients estimates and cooperated with clients to ensure satisfaction Properly document vehicle records.
  • Conducted test drives to determine the repair that needed to be preformed Maintained vehicle records for services and repairs.
  • Maintain vehicle records Oil Changes Maintain vehicle appearance State Inspections Keeping supplies ready by inventorying stock, placing orders verifying receipts
  • perform maintenance minders repair or replace broken and warn parts maintaining vehicle records maintain person and shop tools

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50. Functional Condition
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Here's how Functional Condition is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Maintained vehicle functional condition by listening to operator complaints and providing excellent customer service.
  • Maintain vehicle functional condition by listening to operator complaints and conducting inspections.
  • Maintained vehicle functional condition by listening to customer complaints.
  • Maintained vehicle functional condition by listening to operator complaints; conducting inspections; replacing parts and components, repairing body damage.
  • Inspected and maintained vehicle functional condition by conducting multi-point inspections on dealer and customer vehicles, ensuring state safety compliance.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Automotive Technician

Customer Vehicles

16.7%

Engine Repair

12.0%

Important Parts

9.8%

Oil Changes

8.9%

Preventative Maintenance

7.8%

Customer Service

6.5%

Diagnosis

6.0%

Diagnostic Equipment

5.7%

Tire Pressure

4.3%

Automotive Repair

3.8%

Air Compressors

3.0%

Brake Systems

2.6%

Electrical Systems Malfunctions

2.5%

ASE

2.0%

Engine Tune-Ups

1.6%

Lube

1.5%

Wheel Alignments

1.4%

Vehicle Maintenance

1.4%

Troubleshoot

1.3%

Fuel Systems

1.2%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Automotive Technician

Rank Skill
1 Customer Vehicles 13.8%
2 Engine Repair 9.9%
3 Important Parts 8.1%
4 Oil Changes 7.3%
5 Preventative Maintenance 6.5%
6 Customer Service 5.4%
7 Diagnosis 5.0%
8 Diagnostic Equipment 4.7%
9 Tire Pressure 3.6%
10 Automotive Repair 3.1%
11 Air Compressors 2.5%
12 Brake Systems 2.1%
13 Electrical Systems Malfunctions 2.0%
14 ASE 1.6%
15 Engine Tune-Ups 1.3%
16 Lube 1.2%
17 Wheel Alignments 1.2%
18 Vehicle Maintenance 1.1%
19 Troubleshoot 1.1%
20 Fuel Systems 1.0%
21 Wheel Bearings 0.9%
22 Hvac 0.8%
23 Timing Belts 0.8%
24 State Inspections 0.8%
25 Machine Shop 0.7%
26 Water Pumps 0.7%
27 Engine Performance 0.7%
28 Hand Tools 0.7%
29 Necessary Repairs 0.6%
30 Light Trucks 0.6%
31 Automotive Systems 0.6%
32 Mechanical Equipment 0.6%
33 Repair Orders 0.6%
34 Compression Gauges 0.6%
35 Toyota 0.6%
36 Chrysler 0.6%
37 Engine Analyzers 0.5%
38 R 0.5%
39 Diagnostic Devices 0.5%
40 Vehicle Serviceability 0.5%
41 Exhaust Systems 0.5%
42 Honda 0.5%
43 BMW 0.4%
44 Computer Hardware 0.4%
45 Diagnostic Tools 0.4%
46 Future Repair Requirements 0.4%
47 Suspension Systems 0.4%
48 Engine Failures 0.4%
49 Vehicle Records 0.4%
50 Functional Condition 0.4%
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