Top Automotive Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Automotive Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Automotive Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.0% of Automotive Technician resumes contained Customer Vehicles as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Automotive Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Automotive Technician 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 Technician jobs:
  • Performed diagnostics on customer vehicles and recommend repairs based on customer complaints and factory required services.
  • Performed necessary services on customer vehicles as needed or required to dealership and customer standards.
  • Service customer vehicles to manufacturers specifications, as per work order and my recommendations.
  • Performed routine maintenance and repair on customer vehicles, performed vehicle safety inspections.
  • Performed automotive preventive maintenance on customer vehicles Assisted in diagnoses of minor automotive malfunctions
  • Preformed automotive inspections to accurately determine service needs for customer vehicles.
  • Collaborated with Parts and Service Department to effectively service customer vehicles.
  • Maximized production by quickly and accurately diagnosing and repairing customer vehicles.
  • Performed maintenance and repair on customer vehicles and used car reconditioning.
  • Diagnosed and repaired customer vehicles in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
  • Inspected customer vehicles utilizing a variety of diagnostic procedures and equipment.
  • Provided general automotive repair service Installed new tires on customer vehicles
  • Master automotive technician and provided automotive repairs to customer vehicles.
  • Diagnosed, repaired and maintained customer vehicles factory working condition.
  • Performed basic electrical diagnostics and repairs of customer vehicles.
  • Performed automotive and mechanical related services upon customer vehicles.
  • Verified customer complaints, diagnosed and repaired customer vehicles.
  • Diagnosed and repaired customer vehicles with quality and efficiency.
  • Diagnosed and repaired any unresolved issues of customer vehicles.
  • Picked up and delivered customer vehicles to specified location.

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2. Engine Repair

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Here's how Engine Repair is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Provide roadside assistance.-Provide customer service for tire measurements and air pumping.-Diesel engine repair.-Responsible for inventory count of auto parts and distribution.
  • Perform state safety inspections* Both minor & major automotive repairs* Small engine repair* Customer service
  • Service work from engine repair/replacement, transmission repair/replacement, to electrical diagnoses.
  • Position also involves repairing recreational vehicles, motorcycles, small-engine repair.
  • Light engine repair and servicing, responsibilities included oil and lubrication service
  • Performed everything from basic maintenance to complete engine repairs.
  • Specialized in electrical diagnostics, engine repair and restorations.
  • Performed services, major engine repairs and accessory installations.
  • Specialized in Automatic Transmission and Diesel Engine repair.
  • Worked with licensed mechanics on major engine repairs
  • Performed many engine repairs and suspension overhauls.
  • Major engine repair which included but not limited to removing and replacing engines and transmission, head gaskets and valve adjustments.
  • Commission automotive tech performing all phases of automotive service & repair including diagnostics, general repair, heavy engine repair etc.
  • General automotive repairs and maintenance on all Nissan and Infinity vehicles such as engine repair, alignments, troubleshooting, etc.
  • Established experience and detailed knowledge of automotive equipment, mechanics comprising electrical system, brakes and engine repair practices on vehicles.
  • Service, alignments, tires, tune and general engine repair smog inspection and repair, Brakes, bumper to bumper
  • Oil and filter changes, transmission and radiator flush, engine repairs, and housekeeping duties in the bay area.
  • Experience with internal engine repair, engine performance, brakes, steering, suspension, HVAC, and electrical systems.
  • Inspected and repaired light and heavy duty vehicles emphasizing on brake and suspension systems, engine repair, and alignments.
  • Repaired brakes, steering and suspension, tires, balance and alignments, minor and major engine repair, diagnostics

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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.
  • Inspected brake systems, steering mechanisms, wheel bearings, and other important parts ensuring proper operating condition.
  • 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 check list to verify that all important parts where examined.
  • Followed checklists to ensure all important parts were examined as needed.
  • Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined.Serviced air conditioning, heating, engine- cooling and electrical systems.

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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.
  • Provided general services for vehicle maintenance and repair, such as oil changes, tire rotation and replacement, vehicle repairs.
  • Perform preventive maintenance such as engine tune-ups, oil changes, tire rotation and changes, wheel balancing, replacing filters.
  • Oil changes, tire care-new tires, flat repair, balance and rotation, battery installation, light installation, customer service
  • Performed basic care maintenance, such as oil changes, properly disposing of the old oil in accordance with DOD standards.
  • Assist in maintaining company vehicles as well as tune ups, oil changes, tire rotation, and auto body repair
  • Preform manufacturer scheduled maintenance * Perform oil changes, flush Transmission, Power Steering, Brake fluid, and coolant.
  • Worked on sport bikes: tune-ups, oil changes, tire changing, chain replacing, extensions, power commanders.
  • Oil Changes Diagnosis and Repair Fluid exchanges Belts Brakes Alignments AC Recharge Shocks, Struts, Ball Joints, Tie rods
  • Performed various mechanical duties, Brakes, Water pumps, Suspension parts, Electrical components, oil changes, etc
  • Performed basic vehicle maintenance and repair, such as: oil changes, tire services, brakes, etc.
  • Oil changes, tire rotations, coolant flushes, battery services, transmission services, mostly typical vehicle services.
  • Perform routine and schedule maintenance, engine tune-ups, oil changes, tire rotation and changes, wheel balancing.
  • Perform oil changes, tire mount/ dismount, tire rotations, battery testing and installation and 24 point inspection.
  • Provided oil changes, transmission work, engine repair, tire maintenance, interior accessory work, etc.
  • Oil changes, Routine Maintenance, Replacement of failed parts, troubleshooting of noises, failures and codes.
  • Performed oil changes, fluid flushes, safety checks, and worked on vehicles on a daily basis.
  • Assisted in oil changes, tune-ups, and door repair on Blue Bird and Thomas diesel engine buses.
  • Tire repair and rotations, oil changes, some belts, some brakes, alignments and some diagnosis.
  • Worked on oil changes, rotate and balance tires, replaced belts and hoses, light engine work.

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5. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Consisted of Technician work on automobiles in a fast paced environment while providing outstanding customer service.
  • Performed oil changes tire installation alignments breaks tuneups steering and suspension evaluations and maintenance services customer service
  • Developed strategies to maintain monthly sale metrics Provided excellent customer service with focus on customer retention
  • Provided excellent customer service while performing automotive tire, suspension, and electrical repairs.
  • Shop Supervise/All repairs on all makes and models/diagnostics/electrical/service writing/customer service/custom repair or mods/ custom fabrication
  • Diagnosed and repaired all types of vehicles ensuring excellent customer service and satisfaction.
  • Complete automotive diagnostic and repair while providing great customer service and delivering quality work
  • Maintain and repair customer vehicles while maintaining customer service expectations and customer relations.
  • Interfaced with customers on a professional level and delivered quality customer service.
  • Provided Excellent Customer Service and Technical Support to the Automotive Consumer.
  • Established exceptional customer service while creating repair orders and managing stock.
  • Worked independently and with team members to provide exceptional customer service.
  • Provided customer service including booking appointments, providing estimates and shop maintenance
  • Maintained focus in changing settings, consistently delivered exceptional customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service in working with customer automotive issues.
  • Provided exceptional customer service while promoting additional services and features.
  • Provided customer service by telephone and handled customer inquiries professionally.
  • Provided excellent customer service by educating customers on services performed.
  • Communicate with customers and ensure provision of excellent customer service.
  • Provided customer service to clients and processed corresponding paperwork.

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6. Electrical Diagnosis

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Here's how Electrical Diagnosis is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Attended two-week Audi factory training covering Audi-specific electrical diagnosis/repair, airbag systems, and usage of Audi scan tools.
  • Performed all mechanical duties needed to complete tasks from express lubrication to electrical diagnosis to complete engine overhauls/rebuilds
  • Performed in depth electrical diagnosis and repair of automotive related systems/subsystems.
  • Performed electrical diagnosis, engine overhauls, automatic transmission overhauls.
  • Performed minor engine, steering/suspension and electrical diagnosis and repairs
  • Practiced safe electrical diagnosis and repair techniques.
  • Learned basics of automotive electrical diagnosis.
  • Conducted computer and electrical diagnosis.
  • Experience in HVAC, Steering and suspension, charging and starting, cooling systems, brakes, electrical diagnosis and repair.
  • Worked on cars and trucks doing electrical diagnosis along with suspension work brake work, tire work and engine transmissions.
  • Oil changes, tire changes, brake inspection and replacement, electrical diagnosis, engine diagnosis, suspension component replacement.
  • Performed engine overhauls and replacement, electrical diagnosis, brake system maintenance, and much more automotive skills and maintenance.
  • Performed engine modifications, ECU installations and electrical diagnosis, cam installations, timing adjustments and valve adjustments.
  • Repaired and serviced all types of automobiles, performing all kinds of mechanical and electrical diagnosis and repairs.
  • Verified, diagnosed and repaired customers' automotive concerns to include in depth electrical diagnosis and repair.
  • Preformed removal and install of transmissions, electrical diagnosis and repair, auto ac repair.
  • Performed general automotive repairs including OBD and electrical diagnosis on all makes and models.
  • Perform NYS inspection, electrical diagnosis, and overall maintenance of vehicle.
  • Perform electrical diagnosis of OBD computer systems.
  • Repaired and serviced engines, transmissions, drivetrains, steering and suspension, heating and air conditioning, and electrical diagnosis.

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7. Diagnostic Equipment

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Here's how Diagnostic Equipment is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Provide technical guidance and instructions to Mechanic and Technician on more difficult repairs and in the use of specialized computer-aided Diagnostic equipment
  • Diagnose vehicles utilizing state-of-the-art electronic diagnostic equipment, compile work orders, and perform recommended repairs on customer vehicles.
  • Diagnose and repair customer's vehicles to factory specifications, utilizing diagnostic equipment and knowledge.
  • Inspect automobiles for safety and mechanical failure utilizing diagnostic equipment as well as visual inspections.
  • Execute repair and replacements of automobile parts as identified by the computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Modernized a working shop with advanced computerized diagnostic equipment greatly improving productivity and capability.
  • Used variety of specialized diagnostic equipment to troubleshoot and repair system failures.
  • Identify and diagnose various mechanical engine problems using computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Work with electronic diagnostic equipment and digital manuals and reference materials.
  • Diagnosed, serviced and repaired vehicles using advanced diagnostic equipment.
  • Used computerized diagnostic equipment and components to expedite car repairs.
  • Identified mechanical problems, often by using computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Utilized diagnostic equipment to evaluate and resolve system problems.
  • Used schematics, technical manuals and computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Operated diagnostic equipment to meet manufacturers' performance specifications.
  • Use computerized diagnostic equipment to properly diagnose customer concerns.
  • Identified mechanical problems by utilizing computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Experienced in diagnostic equipment and automotive data programs.
  • Gained knowledge on how to operate electronic diagnostic equipment
  • Provided automotive repairs using the latest diagnostic equipment.

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8. Tire Rotations

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Here's how Tire Rotations is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • 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.
  • Performed auto up keeping for customers including but not limited to oil changes, brake replacement, tire rotations and more.
  • Perform automotive maintenance and repairs including tire rotations, brake changes, oils changes, and replacement of parts and components etc
  • Executed basic care maintenance like tire rotations and oil changes, diagnosing complex problems, and planning and executing vehicle repairs.
  • Performed maintenance services on vehicles including oil changes, tire rotations, cabin and air filter changes and overall vehicle inspection.
  • Performed basic care maintenance, such as oil changes and tire rotations, diagnosed further complex problems and executed vehicle repairs.
  • Repair and replace brakes, alternators, starters, hoses, belts, completed oil changes, and tire rotations.
  • Service vehicles with oil changes, tire rotations, timing belts, windshield wipers, coolant and transmission fluid services.
  • Perform basic services like oil changes and tire rotations, diagnose any problems and take care of any necessary repairs.
  • Tire rotations, wheel alignments, recalls, trouble shooting, diagnostics day to day operations of automotive work.
  • Completed preventive maintenance on vehicles such as oil changes, tire changes, tire rotations, and tune ups.
  • Light repair of cars and trucks, tire rotations, oil changes, and maintaining a clean work environment.
  • Oil changes, tire rotations, transmission flushes, fuel system cleanings, air and cabin air filter replacements.
  • Perform routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrication's, tune ups and tire rotations.
  • Oil changes, tire rotations, change tires, brakes, fluid exchanges, alignments, and suspension work
  • Performed Basic Automotive repairs, such as Oil Changes, Tire Rotations and Balances and 4 Wheel Alignments.
  • Performed minor car service maintenance including oil changes, tire rotations, checking fluids and plugging tires.
  • Performed oil changes, tire rotations, brakes and other services that were offered to the customers.

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9. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Conducted preventative maintenance actions on general wear items based on manufacturer recommended repair intervals and high wear item safety inspection results.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on customer vehicles Performed diagnostic work and repair on customer vehicles Performed warranty repair work on customer vehicles
  • Performed oil changes and other basic preventative maintenance- Operated cash register and assisted customer with questions and concerns as needed
  • Administered necessary repairs and inspected for preventative maintenance, tire and brake experience on medium to heavy-duty vehicles.
  • Executed service and preventative maintenance on assigned vehicles, power generators and industrial production equipment as scheduled.
  • Performed trouble shooting, repair, preventative maintenance and basic electrical diagnostics on foreign and domestic automobiles.
  • Ensured that all repairs and preventative maintenance are completed according to the manufacturer's specifications and guidelines.
  • Conducted inspections for corrosion and performs corrosion preventative maintenance using corrosion detection chemicals, and preventative sprays.
  • Demonstrated leadership ability by delegating team members to work fast and efficiently accomplishing preventative maintenance duties.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and diagnosed mechanical and electrical problems on customer vehicles and business owned vehicles.
  • Performed systematic vehicle inspection, diagnostics, and repair focused toward safety and preventative maintenance.
  • Conduct preventative maintenance & NYS mandated vehicle inspections to ensure proper functionality & safety.
  • Performed recalls on vehicles, preventative maintenance, diagnosed electrical and suspension concerns.
  • Performed routine safety and preventative maintenance inspections of motorized vehicles and equipment.
  • Provided general maintenance, preventative maintenance, and repairs for rental/company vehicles.
  • Tire repair and replacement, preventative maintenance, miscellaneous automotive repairs, diagnostics
  • Perform preventative maintenance inspections and recommend repairs according to MAP guidelines.
  • Provide recommendations for preventative maintenance as well as immediate maintenance needs.
  • Performed services ranging from basic to advanced preventative maintenance on vehicles.
  • Educate and advise customers on preventative maintenance to avoid future occurrences.

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10. Automotive Repair

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Here's how Automotive Repair is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Performed Automotive Diagnostics, Automotive repairs, Automotive Customization, State Safety Inspections, Management Responsibilities and Customer Relations.
  • Performed entry level and intermediate automotive repairs in a fast paced environment, operated diagnostic and service equipment.
  • Trained and mentored technicians in automotive repair process and computer diagnostics while monitoring work flow and Quality Assurance.
  • Provided labor and time estimates for automotive repairs, explained mechanical diagnoses and required repairs to customers.
  • Provided general automotive repair service including tires and brakes Solved complex diagnostic issues in automotive 12v electrical systems
  • Team Leader Duties: Performed general automotive repair with specialization in automatic transmission diagnosis and repair.
  • Managed wrecker dispatch and provided automotive repair and maintenance while attending Santa Fe Community College.
  • Provided labor and time estimates for additional automotive repairs; completed necessary paperwork and documentation.
  • Administered inventory and ascertained proper maintenance of automotive repair shop tools, supplies and equipment.
  • Managed all aspects of Automotive Repairs in accordance with General Motors standards to customer satisfaction.
  • Demonstrated techniques and provided leadership to other technicians in all aspects of automotive repairs.
  • Performed all types of automotive repair specializing in electrical diagnostics and computer control systems.
  • Provided complete automotive repair service Solved complex diagnostic issues in automotive 12v electrical systems
  • Performed all manners of automotive repair and maintenance, both accurately and efficiently.
  • Performed complete automotive repair in mechanical, electrical power train and suspension systems.
  • Possessed all skills necessary to successfully complete major and minor automotive repairs.
  • Performed general automotive repairs, which included basic services to major overhauls.
  • Selected to perform complete automotive repairs for this area Cadillac dealership.
  • General automotive repair, computer diagnostics, safety and emissions inspections.
  • Performed automotive diagnostic, maintenance as well as major automotive repairs.

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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 tools and air compressors.Complied with state vehicle requirements, including engine safety and combustion control standards.
  • Operated pneumatictools and air compressors.
  • Operated pneumatic tools and air compressors.
  • Experience with: Air compressors, Brake cylinder hones, Brake shoe tools, and Clutch holding tools.

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12. Wheel Bearings

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Here's how Wheel Bearings is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Repair or replace worn parts, such as brakes pads, wheel bearings, and sensors to manufacturer and customer specifications.
  • Repaired cars and trucks I changed ball joints tie rod ends wheel bearings brakes starters alternators a wide variety of things
  • Located and corrected faulty areas in the vehicle such as ignition, brake shoes and wheel bearings.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Worked on brakes, ball joints, wheel bearings, etc.
  • Performed wheel alignments, replaced control arms, ball joints, shocks, struts, and wheel bearings.
  • Repair or replace defectiveball joint suspensions, brake shoes, or wheel bearings.
  • General repair: Wheel bearings, coolent system, tie-rods both inner and outters, shock and stuts.
  • Replaced defective parts, such as shock absorbers, balljoint suspension, brakeshoes, and wheel bearings.

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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.
  • Repair engine failures, mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions.
  • Repaired engine failures, mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions, heating and air conditioning systems, parts and components.
  • Diagnose and repair mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions; replacing parts and components computer control engine management and computer control systems.
  • Maintained vehicle functionality: by conducting inspections, repairing engine failures, repairing mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions.

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14. General Maintenance

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Here's how General Maintenance is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Skilled in general maintenance/repair of mechanical and electrical system malfunctions, preventive maintenance, state emission/inspections, power steering, and suspension
  • General duties included; management of automotive stall, general maintenance including interior repairs and vehicle performance repairs.
  • Performed mechanical and electronic repairs using computer aiding software and mechanical tools; conducted general maintenance and diagnostics.
  • Performed general maintenance and informed customers of recommended services utilizing the General Motors service recommendations and protocols.
  • Respond to inquiries from customers regarding repair service orders and/or general maintenance upkeep of automobiles.
  • Performed general maintenance, performance modifications, Inspection procedures and complete engine overhaul.
  • Performed external repair, general maintenance, and restoration of automobiles.
  • Serviced vehicles for general maintenance while thoroughly inspecting vehicle for up-sale.
  • Provided excellent customer service by offering general maintenance on motor vehicles.
  • General maintenance of the engine using conventional and electronic controls.
  • Calculated repair costs and performed vehicle repairs and general maintenance.
  • Performed general maintenance on automobiles as requested by customer.
  • Provided general maintenance on individual and fleet vehicles.
  • Completed repairs and general maintenance on customer vehicles.
  • General Maintenance and Skilled jobs (oil/tires/brakes/suspension/pulleys/etc.)
  • Carried out general maintenance as requested by supervisor.
  • Cared for automobiles needing general maintenance and repairs.
  • General Maintenance of vintage and custom automobiles.
  • Perform general maintenance and diagnostics on customer vehicles
  • Performed general maintenance and repair on automobiles.

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15. ASE

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Here's how ASE is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Diagnosed, adjusted, and repaired automotive mechanical systems using a variety of diagnostic tools and computer databases.
  • Recommended other additional needed replacement items to prevent further needed maintenance and also to increase shop sales.
  • Planned and implemented alterations to ensure safety, to improve operator and to increase machine productivity.
  • Started as an apprentice and quickly promoted to full-time automotive technician after successfully acquiring ASE certifications.
  • Communicate clearly with other departments in order to increase process efficiency while minimizing come-back rates.
  • Increased driver safety by identifying, informing customer and repairing potential mechanical or component failures.
  • Consult customers on all services offered and make recommendations based on information given by customers.
  • Review and analyze workload based on updated customer personnel and equipment density reports.
  • Diagnosed, repaired and maintained manufacturer vehicles within a clientele based work environment.
  • Determine customers needs based on manufacturer recommendations and vehicles current condition.
  • Received incoming shipments and reviewed contents against purchase order for accuracy.
  • Research technical manuals of particular vehicles in order to increase efficiency.
  • Maintain a clean and organized workplace to increase productivity and efficiency.
  • Utilize multiple databases for Technical Service Bulletins and recall bulletins.
  • Entrusted with increased responsibility, often supervising other mechanics.
  • Performed routine maintenance for vehicles based on manufacturer recommendations.
  • Performed all General Motors diagnostics using web-based service information.
  • Rebuilt/overhauled transmissions and transfer cases when needed.
  • Inform customers of recommendations based on diagnosis.
  • Completed all dealership required Ford web-based technician courses

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16. Engine Tune-Ups

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Here's how Engine Tune-Ups is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • 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 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.
  • Total maintenance performed from engine tune-ups to replacement of rear bumper.
  • Performed front-end alignments, brake repair, engine tune-ups and diagnosis.
  • Brake work, alignments, engine tune-ups
  • General mechanics (engine tune-ups, brakes, transmissions, engines, etc..).
  • Perform engine tune-ups and repairs; diagnose problems using codeReaders.

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17. Lube

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Here's how Lube is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Conducted oil lube services and preventive maintenance safety inspections.
  • Conducted tire insulation and balancing, lube/oil/filter change.
  • Tire and lube technician in Automotive Department
  • Have experience replacing brakes, fluids, battery, belts, alternator, filters, fuel pump, and lubing lube points
  • Managed lube tech's day to day duties and teaching them how to use GDI, Alignment Rack and specialty tools.
  • Worked as parts counter person then moved up and became a lube tech and attended school then became a main line tech
  • Operate hydraulic pump that removes oil from the lube pits and heavy machinery that remove and insert tires on car rims.
  • Performed all services offered in the Tire & Lube Express such as oil changes, tire installations and rotations, etc.
  • Completed required work/repair including lube/oil/filter, brakes, engine, front end, four (4) wheel alignments and more
  • Installed, rotated and balanced wheels and tires, lube oil filter changes, installed shocks, struts and springs.
  • Established the Shadow mentoring program, and successfully trained over twenty mechanics personally, in the Tire and Lube Express.
  • Maintained safety standards, maintenance, and cleanliness as required by Tire and Lube Express (TLE) standards.
  • Worked Flat Rate Accomplishments Emissions Certified, mastered tire and lube, had 3 vehicle returns for same problem.
  • Perform general automotive repair- oil change, lube and filter, tire rotation, vehicle inspection, etc.
  • Mount and balance vehicle tires, Performed quick lube, automotive diagnosis and repair on customer vehicles.
  • Started out as quick lube technician, moved up to service writer and then to automotive tech.
  • Performed basic service such as lube job, repaired brakes and worked on various parts of cars.
  • Provide quick lube and additional associated services in a professional and courteous manner to our valued guests.
  • Make sure shelves are fully stock with lube, filters, wiper blades, and other materials.
  • Performed automotive services and repairs such as lube, tire repair, Brake system, Coolant flushes.

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18. Brake Pads

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Here's how Brake Pads is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Balanced and rotated tires, replaced wheel struts, brake pads, resurfaced rotors, bleed vehicle brake system, etc.
  • Flush all fluids, Replace brake pads, Turn rotors, Clean and adjust rear brakes, Add accessories to vehicles
  • Repair or replace worn parts, such as brake pads and wheel bearings.maintain, and repair cars and light trucks.
  • Diagnosed and repaired brakes and brake components to include proportioning valves, master cylinders, brake pads and rotors.
  • Repair or replace some defective suspension parts, disc brake pads, rotors or wheel bearings, axles.
  • Removed and replaced brake pads, rotors, calipers, hubs, drums, shoes and wheel cylinders.
  • Brake System Diagnostics and Repair, replaced brake pads and rotors, service drum brakes and brake lines.
  • Replace parts such as engines, wheel bearings, struts, gaskets, brake pads and timing belts.
  • Repair and replace worn out vehicle parts, such as brake pads, rotors, and wheel bearings.
  • Repaired or replaced worn parts, such as brake pads, u joints, and wheel bearings.
  • Replaced ball joints, shocks, tie rods, brake pads/shoes/drums/rotors, radiators, airbags, etc.
  • Installed new tires, rotors, brake pads and calipers, and tire monitors or valve stems.
  • Performed basic maintenance including brake pads, rotors, and drum brake replacement.
  • Change all brake pads and change the rotors if it was needed.
  • Brake jobs, cutting rotors, replacing front and rear brake pads.
  • Replace brake pads, calipers, rotors and lines as needed.
  • Repaired and replaced brake pads, shoes, drums and disks.
  • Replace worn parts such as brake pads and bearings.
  • Replaced brake shoes, brake pads and hardware.
  • Removed and replaced brake pads and rotors.

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19. Maintenance Services

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Here's how Maintenance Services is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Performed routine and scheduled maintenance services Repaired and serviced automotive air conditioning, heating, engine-cooling, and electrical systems.
  • Coordinated automotive repair and maintenance services to obtain maximum utilization of automotive equipment and prevent operational delays.
  • Answered phone calls and interacted with customers, provided estimates and recommended preventive maintenance services.
  • Performed preventative maintenance services requested by the customer in a timely and professional manner.
  • Perform major maintenance services on customer vehicles including full mechanical and electrical inspections.
  • Diagnose vehicles with existing and potential problems Perform maintenance services on customer vehicles
  • Provide exceptional service changing oil and indicating manufacturer suggestive maintenance services.
  • Informed customers about additional mechanical repairs and maintenance services.
  • Performed basic maintenance services as specified by Chrysler Corporation.
  • Performed general repair and maintenance services.
  • Performed automotive induction and maintenance services.
  • Performed additional preventive maintenance services.
  • Carried out regular automotive maintenance services such as oil changes, tire changes, battery replacements, and fuel system cleaning.
  • Performed many maintenance services on vehicles such as oil change, transmission flush, tire rotation, and minor repairs.
  • Follow specification flowcharts to inspect and perform lubrication, oil, and filter maintenance services on customer vehicles.
  • Perform Diagnostic testing, Perform maintenance inspections, Perform vehicle repairs and maintenance services, Perform warranty repairs.
  • Performed maintenance services on all makes and models of automobiles and light trucks as per service manuals.
  • Complete repairs, verify repairs, perform maintenance services, recalls and maintain work area cleanliness.
  • Perform all standard maintenance services, all fluids, tune-ups, drive belts and tire maintenance.
  • Provide maintenance services to all general motors and various other makes and models of vehicles.

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20. Vehicle Maintenance

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Here's how Vehicle Maintenance is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Performed all repair work from factory warranty and recommendations to extended warranty work and regular vehicle maintenance.
  • Performed a variety of tasks including new vehicle inspection and preparation, vehicle Maintenance and workshop maintenance
  • Recommended replacement of parts to owners as needed and educated them concerning proper vehicle maintenance.
  • Completed major automotive repairs and standard vehicle maintenance on customer vehicles.
  • Follow established processes in performing Goodyear's standardized Vehicle Maintenance Inspection.
  • Communicated vehicle maintenance issues to customers for prolonged usage.
  • Diagnosed and repaired various problems related to vehicle maintenance.
  • Performed required vehicle maintenance and repair per customer concerns.
  • Perform necessary vehicle maintenance per manufacturer's specifications.
  • Performed vehicle maintenance services, scheduled and preventative.
  • Performed basic to intermediate level vehicle maintenance.
  • Provide customer with information on vehicle maintenance.
  • Rotated tires and general vehicle maintenance inspection.
  • Perform vehicle maintenance according to manufacturer recommendations.
  • Performed routine service delivery and vehicle maintenance.
  • General and specialized vehicle maintenance and repairs.
  • Performed vehicle maintenance, diagnostics and repairs
  • Repair Advise customers of vehicle maintenance/needs
  • Performed Overall Vehicle Maintenance Checkups.
  • Performed minor vehicle maintenance and repairs such as coolant flushes, basic brake jobs, alignments, tire repair and changes.

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21. Troubleshoot

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Here's how Troubleshoot is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Experienced with diagnosing and troubleshooting both naturally aspirated and forced induction systems as well as the installation of customized electrical components.
  • Ensured equipment operation by following operating instructions, troubleshooting breakdowns, maintaining supplies, performing preventive maintenance, calling for repairs.
  • Provide all required maintenance including diagnosis, troubleshooting, all electrical and mechanical issues, rebuilding motors and transmission replacement.
  • Experience in automotive troubleshooting Expressed recommendations to clients Gained knowledge in electrical work including voltage, resistance, ohms
  • General automotive repairs including mechanical and electrical, troubleshooting using diagnostic tools as well as basic mechanical knowledge.
  • Complete computer diagnostic repairs by reading and interpreting wiring diagrams and troubleshooting guidelines in a professional environment.
  • Maintained shop equipment by following operating instructions; troubleshooting breakdowns; maintaining supplies and performing preventive maintenance.
  • Interpreted wiring diagrams, automotive manuals & troubleshooting materials to solve unusually complex installation and repair problems.
  • Recognized for expert knowledge of maintenance and outstanding ability to troubleshoot and repair deficiencies on military equipment.
  • Provided quality maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair to automotive mechanical, electrical, and electronic systems.
  • Assist lead mechanic in reading electronic diagrams of vehicle electronic sensors and troubleshooting diagnostic error codes.
  • Aided head mechanic in common automotive repairs and troubleshooting and excelled in salesmanship of auto services.
  • Solved complex mechanical issues by using customer feedback as evidence to troubleshoot the existing mechanical problem.
  • Perform engine, transmission and electrical troubleshooting and diagnostics on assigned equipment to determine required repairs.
  • Performed troubleshooting, diagnosis and repair of electrical and mechanical components on foreign and domestic passenger vehicles
  • Conducted deficiency and failure analysis and troubleshooting, and recommended the procedures to properly repair vehicles.
  • Supervised, mentored and trained junior Marines in developing necessary skills to precisely troubleshoot automotive malfunctions.
  • Trained with both electrical and mechanical troubleshooting, utilizing diagnostic tools and digital equipment.
  • Performed diagnostic procedures with automotive diagnostics computer software to troubleshoot specific diagnostic computer codes.
  • Improved customer satisfaction through thorough troubleshooting, analysis and resolution of mechanical issues.

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22. 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.
  • Trained to use common hand tools such as sockets, ratchets, wrenches, pliers, and air compressed tools.
  • Install Armor, Emergency exit windows and perform upgrades using pneumatic and hand tools on Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles.
  • Operated hydraulic jacks, buffers, drills, and other common hand tools to service tires and perform oil changes.
  • Experienced with hand tools, impact tools, torque wrenches, feeler gauges, micrometers and other specialized tools.
  • Locate punctures and ruptures on tires and repair them using tire patches, rubber cement, and hand tools.
  • Operated wide variety of equipment including power saws, sanders, grinders, drill press and specialized 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.
  • Use of countless hand tools as well and shop equipment and diagnostic test equipment (scanners/meters).
  • Repaired or replace defective equipment parts using hand tools and power tools, and reassemble equipment.
  • Experienced with hand tools, cutting torches, different types of welding equipment and tire machine.
  • Ensured customer and fleet vehicles were properly maintained with the use of pneumatic and hand tools.
  • Performed automotive service on various automobiles with the use of different diagnostic machinery and hand tools.
  • Used pneumatic and hand tools, alignment machine, tire mounting and balancing machine.
  • Filed, ground, and sanded repaired surfaces with power tools and hand tools.
  • Used various hand tools and power tools including micrometers (inside and outside).
  • Practiced safe use of all hand tools and power tools used during repairs.
  • Use of various hand tools and power tools to correct these issues.

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23. Fuel Systems

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Here's how Fuel Systems is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Preformed extensive diagnosis and repair of automotive fuel systems including fuel lines, pumps, tanks injection systems and electronic controls.
  • Specialized in the troubleshooting of all heavy diesel vehicular systems including electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and fuel systems.
  • Analyzed electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, ignition, HVAC, engine cooling, emissions, and fuel systems.
  • Examined belts, hoses, steering systems, spark plugs, brake and fuel systems and wheel bearings.
  • Convert vehicle fuel systems from gasoline to butane gas operations and repair and service operating butane fuel units.
  • Performed complete automotive diagnostics (Fuel systems, electrical systems, brakes, A/C and computer controls).
  • Repair and diagnosis of all electrical systems (ignition, fuel systems, charging and a/c).
  • Maintain and repair automotive systems i.e Brakes, Steering, Suspension, Fuel systems, cooling systems.
  • Specialized in servicing engines (oil change and oil filter) brakes and fuel systems.
  • Specialize in servicing engines, climate control, brakes and suspensions, fuel systems.
  • Perform maintenance on and rebuild fuel systems, differentials, engines, and suspensions.
  • Fuel Systems: Repair and maintenance of fuel lines, fuel tanks and filters.
  • Maintain, repair, adjust, install and calibrate necessary vehicle fuel systems.
  • Diagnosed problems in the fuel systems, ignition systems, emissions control systems.
  • Specialized in servicing brakes, fuel systems, rebuilt and repair engines.
  • Specialized in servicing brakes, fuel systems, suspension oil, transmission.
  • Inspected automotive system's emission controls, computer and fuel systems.
  • Upgraded high performance vehicle exhaust systems, electrical and fuel systems.
  • Overhauled engines, transmissions, components, electrical and fuel systems.
  • Upgrade fuel systems and install methanol injection systems.

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24. Brake Systems

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Here's how Brake Systems is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Repaired and overhauled brake systems in automobiles.
  • Performed minor and major repairs and services on engines, transmissions, suspension and steering, brake systems and electrical systems.
  • Adjust and repair car parts (all types including clutches, differentials, controls, boosters, brake systems etc.)
  • Repair and replace major components including transmissions, differentials, brake systems, power assist units, steering and suspension assemblies.
  • Perform tune-ups on vehicles Overhauls, repairs, and/or replaces other vehicle parts such as parts on steering and brake systems.
  • Specialized in repair of gas and hybrid vehicles engines as well as repair, realignment, and replacement of brake systems.
  • Brake systems, suspension components (stock or custom), ball joints, bushings, sub frame replacements/alignments and tires.
  • Repair, overhaul, or adjust automobile brake systems and change spark plugs, fuel filters, and air filters.
  • General mechanical repairs and service to engine, transmission, differential, exhaust and brake systems following established guidelines.
  • Specialized in repair of suspension and tune-ups as well as repair, realignment, and replacement of brake systems.
  • Inspected new vehicles coming in to the dealership* Changed oil and tires* Repaired coolant systems* Inspected and repaired brake systems
  • Gas and some small diesel engines, brake systems, AC systems, suspension systems, electrical systems.
  • Included in my experience is the routine maintenance and major overhaul of all types of brand/vendor brake systems.
  • Inspect and adjust brakes, replace brake rotors and pads, and make other repairs on brake systems.
  • Diagnose problems and performed repairs to brake systems, front-ends, alignments, charging systems and preventive maintenance.
  • Specialized in repair on automatic and manual transmissions, wheel alignments, and replacement of brake systems.
  • Analyze problem and complete automotive repair on foreign and domestic vehicles specializing in exhaust and brake systems.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of automotive engines, electrical systems, brake systems, suspension and cooling system.
  • Repaired cooling systems, charging systems, exhaust systems, brake systems, and suspension systems.
  • Service brake systems including brake pads and rotors master cylinders, and perform brake flushes.

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25. Hvac

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Here's how Hvac is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Repair fuel injection systems, HVAC, transmissions, CAN bus, suspensions, differentials, engines, and electrical systems.
  • Preformed diagnosis and repair on mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electronic and HVAC-R systems associated with automobiles.
  • Diagnosed and repaired various components including: electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, HVAC, and gas.
  • Diagnosed and repaired various gasoline engines systems including HVAC, brakes, suspension, and electrical.
  • Have various NAPA approved classes and training with engine diagnostics and diagnosing HVAC and electrical issues.
  • Repaired or replaced suspension, brake, drive train, engine, and HVAC systems.
  • Maintain and repair the facilities plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems as needed.
  • Qualified and skilled in all types of repair including electrical and HVAC.
  • Repaired suspension, HVAC, exhaust, electrical and steering components.
  • Performed HVAC diagnosis & repair to address automatic climate control concerns.
  • Certified in the recovery and replacement of HVAC refrigerants.
  • Perform all repairs of HVAC and Cooling Systems.
  • Leak tested and performed repairs on HVAC systems.
  • Have knowledge of HVAC and plumbing as well.
  • Performed engine diagnosis and HVAC systems repair.
  • Tested and replaced HVAC components - compressors/condensers.
  • Power train, brakes, HVAC, and electronics.
  • Worked with engine diagnostics transmissions brakes suspension steering HVAC electrical driveline and interior.
  • Utilized advanced diagnostic techniques to isolate and correct malfunctions/damage in mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and computer systems.
  • Have dealt with cooling systems and hvac systems along with charging a.c systems and changing out a.c lines and flushing systems.

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26. Timing Belts

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Here's how Timing Belts is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • General automotive repair (belts, hoses, tune ups, timing belts, cooling system services, etc.)
  • Diagnosed engine failures such as: bent or broken valves, broken timing belts, seized or locked up engines.
  • Assisted senior technicians with their work, learning to do engine work, timing belts, and minor transmission work.
  • General Services such as Front End Work, Alignments, Brakes, Tires, Timing Belts, Exhaust and Diagnostics.
  • Perform Major and minor services including brakes, alignments, timing belts, tune ups, diagnosing, etc.
  • Performed timing belts, head jobs, motor, and transmission replacements on a variety different vehicles.
  • Fixed or put in new belts, hoses and steering systems, installed timing gears and timing belts
  • Inspected, serviced and repaired engines, brakes, timing belts and other parts in cars.
  • Scheduled Maintenance: transmission flushes, timing belts, oil changes, etc.
  • Performed routine automotive maintenance including fluid changes, tune-ups and timing belts.
  • Tune ups minor or major, timing belts and head jobs.
  • Performed complete tune-ups, including timing belts and fluid replacements.
  • Repaired engines with items such as timing belts and chains.
  • Replaced OEM Timing Belts, Clutches, Engines & Transmissions.
  • Replaced timing belts, set timing and tune up.
  • Replaced timing belts, fuel pumps and sending units.
  • Perform factory scheduled maintenance such as timing belts.
  • Installed timing gears and timing belts.
  • Trouble repairs: timing belts, timing chains, struts/ball joints, brakes, tie rods, and wheel bearings.
  • Removed and Replaced Transmissions, Wheel Barings, Exhausts, Axles, Drive & Timing Belts, etc.

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27. State Inspections

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Here's how State Inspections is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Achieved state inspection certification enabling performance of motor vehicle state inspections.
  • Conducted automotive Virginia State Inspections, preventive maintenance services.
  • Performed state inspections including high enhanced emissions testing.
  • Performed automotive maintenance, state inspections and diagnostics.
  • Performed Pennsylvania state inspections and emissions testing.
  • Preformed general automotive repair and state inspections.
  • Perform routine service inspections, Maine state inspections, after completing and being certified as a Maine state inspector.
  • Learned how to diagnose and fix problems with automobiles and light trucks.-Became Pa State certified to perform state inspections.
  • Perform PA state inspections, air conditioning diagnostics and repairs as well as all other automotive maintenance.
  • Performed state inspections and automotive repairs as a temporary fill-in while one of their technicians was injured
  • Performed daily auto maintenance which includes oil changes, transmission flush, state inspections, etc.
  • State inspections brakes mufflers tires oil changes wheel bearings tie rods oil pan gaskets alignments water pumps
  • Performed Oil Changes, Tire Rotations, Vermont State Inspections, and General Vehicle Maintenance.
  • Perform WV State Inspections and safety checks of new vehicles delivered for sale to the dealership
  • Perform all repairs needed and requested on customer vehicles, including annual PA State Inspections.
  • Completed NC State inspections, general service repairs and minor / major automotive repairs.
  • Perform tune-ups, brakes, exhaust, suspension, state inspections and computer diagnostics.
  • Performed oil changes, tire rotations, state inspections, and basic customer care.
  • State Inspections, Tires, Brakes, Suspension, Tune-ups, Exhaust work and Electrical
  • Performed State inspections, changed tires, oil, batteries, shocks, breaks.

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28. Machine Shop

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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.
  • Fabricated repair parts by using machine shop instrumentation and equipment.
  • Set up and performed maintenance on fabrication and machine shop machines.
  • Complete engine repairs, ranging from total rebuilds to simple tune ups, using local machine shops and parts suppliers.
  • Skilled in the use of Machine shop equipment.

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29. Water Pumps

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Here's how Water Pumps is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Removed and replaced batteries, alternators, starters, water pumps, engine gaskets, filters, all fluids, etc.
  • Changed oil, oil filters, water pumps, timing belts, front and rear brakes, and turning rotor.
  • Diagnosed performance issues and repaired customer vehicles; including brake replacement, water pumps, radiators, motor rebuild.
  • Perform full service tune ups and oil changes, installed shocks, struts, fuel filters and water pumps.
  • Repaired or replaced radiators, water pumps, thermostats, belts, hoses, gaskets and breaks.
  • Changed water pumps on Pontiac s. Changed tie rod ends and front wheel bearings on variety vehicles.
  • Diagnosed and Replaced, water pumps, radiators, wheel bearings, brakes, head gaskets.
  • Replace starters, alternators, radiators, heater cores, water pumps and various interior components.
  • Performed general repairs including brakes, timing belts, water pumps, fuel pumps, etc.
  • Repaired and replaced belts, hoses and cooling systems including radiators and water pumps.
  • Head gaskets, timing belts, water pumps, valve adjustments, etc.
  • Removed and replaced engines, transmissions, timing belts, and water pumps.
  • Repaired and replaced ball joint suspensions, timing belt components, water pumps.
  • Replace motors parts such water pumps, timing belts, brakes system parts.
  • Replaced water pumps, timing belts, all gasket types; i.e.
  • Repaired and replaced radiators and water pumps along with belts and hoses.
  • Install motors, transmissions, starters, water pumps etc.
  • Overhauled engines, replaced water pumps/timing belts, transmissions.
  • Replaced suspension parts, water pumps, radiators.
  • Replace Timing Belts and Water Pumps.

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30. Engine Performance

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Here's how Engine Performance is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Perform engine performance repair and components replacement, transmission repair and replacement, electrical systems repair.
  • Installed and calibrated engine performance upgrades and modifications.
  • Specialized in Electrical and engine performance.
  • Focused primarily on electrical and engine performance diagnostics, but expected to handle a wide range of diagnostic and repair services.
  • Trouble shoot and repair any problems found with engine performance, transmission, electrical, suspension, brakes, and fluid changes
  • Service and or repair engine performance issues, braking system, suspension, electrical system and other critical operating components.
  • Service experience from drive train, heating and cooling, engine performance, emission, and electrical and electronics.
  • Diagnosed electrical problems, steering problems, drive train problems, noises, leaks, and engine performance problems.
  • Perform modifications that improve engine performance, horsepower, and gas mileage according to client specification and needs.
  • Diagnosed and resolved all issues from braking systems, electrical, suspension and steering, and engine performance.
  • Attained technical Certificates in Brakes & Suspension, Engine Performance, Tune-up, and Chassis, specialties.
  • Performed suspension, steering, air conditioning, brakes, electrical, and engine performance repairs.
  • Diagnose electrical, suspension, engine performance, brake, and electronic problems or customer complaints.
  • Perform diagnostics and make repairs, full service vehicles, forms brakes to engine performance work.
  • Specialized in engine performance, electrical systems, heating and a/c, and brakes.
  • Diagnosed all problems from noises, to electrical, engine performance and transmission issues.
  • Completed 7 automotive ASE certificates including the Advance Engine Performance Certificate (L1).
  • Performed preventive maintenance inspections, engine performance, ABS diagnostics, and adjustment procedures.
  • Obtained ASE certification in: Engines, Engine Performance, and Automotive Electrical.
  • Completed manual drive train/axle service, service suspension, steering and engine performance.

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31. 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.
  • Perform all services and necessary repairs within manufacturer specifications and Sears Automotive guidelines.
  • Communicated with customers and explain problems, necessary repairs, and recommended maintenance.
  • Examined vehicles and conferred with customers to determine malfunction and necessary repairs.
  • Interacted with customers, diagnosed vehicle malfunctions and determined necessary repairs.
  • Diagnosed and determined necessary repairs needed for efficient and safe operation.
  • Performed diagnostic procedures from Ford service manuals and necessary repairs.
  • Diagnosed vehicle faults and recommended necessary repairs directly to customers.
  • Performed diagnostic tests to determine problem and then make necessary repairs
  • Handled certification inspections and made necessary repairs for used vehicles
  • Assisted management by selling necessary repairs to customers.
  • Diagnosed customer vehicle concerns and performed necessary repairs.
  • Performed all necessary repairs to customer vehicles.
  • Recommended necessary repairs and services for customers.
  • Diagnosed vehicle malfunctions and performed necessary repairs.
  • Provided written estimates for necessary repairs.
  • Run diagnostics and recommend/perform necessary repairs.
  • Performed necessary repairs and maintenance.
  • Perform preventive maintenance inspections on customer vehicles, add on accessories to new vehicles, perform necessary repairs on customer vehicles.
  • Maintain a clean and organized work environment along with performing the necessary repairs to the shop tools and equipment.

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32. Light Trucks

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Here's how Light Trucks is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Worked mostly as an automotive technician performing a wide variety of diagnostics, repair and maintenance of cars and light trucks.
  • Perform diagnosis, maintenance and repair of automobiles and light trucks, specializing in steering, suspension, and alignment.
  • Specialized in inspecting, maintaining and repairing automobiles and some light trucks that use electricity, alternative fuels and gasoline.
  • Service and repair automobiles, light trucks, tractors, lawnmowers, skid-steers, garden tillers, and snow blowers.
  • Addressed/Diagnosed customer complaints relating to system malfunctions and faults relating to all the systems of passenger vehicles and light trucks.
  • General diagnosis and repair of cars, light trucks, and some medium/heavy trucks of different makes and models.
  • Repaired automobiles and light trucks that run on gasoline, electricity, or alternative fuels, such as ethanol.
  • Service and inspect all makes and models of automobiles and light trucks, gas, diesel and hybrid engines.
  • Replaced brakes, tires, suspension parts, aligned cars and light trucks, also replaced cooling system components.
  • Repaired and serviced automobiles and, light trucks (such as vans and pickups), with gasoline engines.
  • Job Duties Include: Maintaining, diagnosing, and repairing brake, suspension and engine components of light trucks.
  • Performed routine maintenance, repairs, diagnostics, and inspections on several makes/models of new/used cars and light trucks.
  • Helped customer with repairs that were cost effective, and alternative ways of repairing vehicles and light trucks.
  • Assisted Master Technician in the diagnosis and repair of automobiles, light trucks, and heavy commercial vehicles.
  • Diagnose and repair personal, fleet and commercial vehicles such as cars, light trucks and tractor trailers.
  • Serviced, repaired and inspected the fleet of cars and light trucks assigned to the Philadelphia water department.
  • Perform repairs and service on all models and manufactures of automobiles and light trucks, domestic and import.
  • Diagnose and perform major automotive repairs on variety of different makes and models of automobiles and light trucks
  • 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.

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33. Automotive Systems

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Here's how Automotive Systems is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Replaced damaged parts of vehicle, repaired different parts of automotive systems, and adjusted repaired systems to predefined specifications.
  • Performed or executed manual or automated tests of automotive systems or component performance, efficiency, or durability.
  • Performed major repairs with limited supervision * Maintained shop area * Developed knowledge of diesel and gasoline automotive systems
  • Diagnosed various automotive systems * Corrected passenger vehicle wheel alignment * Repaired passenger vehicle suspension parts
  • Completed independent frame and chassis repairs and repaired AC and refrigerant automotive systems.
  • Diagnosed, serviced and repaired automotive systems using the latest technology.
  • Verified vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives and evaluating automotive systems.
  • Diagnose and repair all automotive systems utilizing the latest technology.
  • Formalized safety checklist to ensure complete review of automotive systems.
  • Executed daily operations of diagnosing and repairing complex automotive systems.
  • Complete coursework to become proficient in multiple automotive systems.
  • Diagnose electrical systems and all other automotive systems.
  • Developed technical understanding of automotive systems.
  • Experience as an automotive technician to diagnose, service and repair a variety of automotive systems for customers and dealerships vehicles.
  • Test failed components using diagnostic tools and special service equipment to diagnose, maintain, and repair vehicle automotive systems.
  • 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.
  • Performed advanced diagnostics and repair on all automotive systems, specializing in imports and performance or restoration work.
  • Mastered skills in diagnostics and repair in all automotive systems as well as light duty diesel engines.
  • Tested and diagnosed automotive systems, removed and replaced defective parts, prepared vehicles for auction.

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34. Mechanical Problems

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Here's how Mechanical Problems is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Tested parts and associated systems and identified mechanical problems manually or by means of computerized diagnostic tools.
  • Identified mechanical problems manually or by means of computerized diagnostics and Replaced damaged parts of vehicle.
  • Performed diagnostic procedures for electrical or mechanical problems on variety of different makes and models.
  • Identified mechanical problems with computerized diagnostic tools and machined brake rotors using specific tolerances
  • Diagnosed and repaired electrical and mechanical problems on Saturn vehicles.
  • Trained using diagnostic computer to find solution to mechanical problems.
  • Diagnose electrical and mechanical problems, Repair and Service of automobiles
  • Diagnose and repair electrical and mechanical problems with automobiles.
  • Diagnosed mechanical problems using education, analysis and experience.
  • Diagnose electrical and mechanical problems in light automobiles.
  • Troubleshooted electrical and mechanical problems on automotive vehicles.
  • Identified mechanical problems and repair/replace damaged parts.
  • Perform routine inspections and repair mechanical problems.
  • Diagnosed all electrical and mechanical problems.
  • Diagnose mechanical problems using computer equipment.
  • Participated in the execution of the workshop work solving the mechanical problems that the staff is not able to solve.
  • Diagnose and repair mechanical problems on gasoline engines, maintained computerized log of repairs, parts, and labor hours.
  • Analyzed and diagnosed mechanical problems, conveyed to customers what services were required, and compiled billing invoices.
  • Use interactive computers to diagnose electrical problems and mechanical problems on gasoline and diesel cars and trucks.
  • Used a hands-on approach to diagnose electric, hydraulic, and mechanical problems while limiting customer costs.

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35. Repair Orders

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Here's how Repair Orders is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Performed work outlined on repair orders with efficiency/accuracy, in accordance with dealership and factory standards.
  • Perform warranty work including preparing proper paperwork and filling out appropriate information on repair orders.
  • Opened and closed repair orders checking Vehicle Identification Numbers for manufacturer safety recalls.
  • Organize workload and consistently accomplish repair orders by assigned promised time.
  • Maintained repair orders, invoices and necessary warranty documentation.
  • Learned and excelled at writing warranty recovery repair orders.
  • Distributed repair orders to qualified personnel.
  • Performed comprehensive maintenance repair orders of brakes systems, moldings, electrical, hoses, belts and all other maintenance work.
  • Greeted customers and answered phones, took appointments and wrote up repair orders, talked to customers and sold required work.
  • Developed repair estimates for customer repair orders which at times could include state, county, city, and police vehicles.
  • Utilized Reynolds and Reynolds software and Microsoft Word to maintain repair orders, vehicle history files and invoice data.
  • Document on repair orders problems, solutions and maintenance for the customer to think about on the next visit.
  • Maintain and create organized and accurate part order forms and repair orders, for service managers and customers.
  • Record cause of failure and a description of work done accurately and clearly on all repair orders.
  • Prepare work orders, manage entry to company data base, and follow up on repair orders.
  • Complete specified procedures on repair orders while at the same time inspecting vehicles for needed repairs.
  • Performed work specified on maintenance and repair orders with efficiency and in accordance with dealership standards.
  • Provided diagnosis of concern and repairs on repair orders for customer repair tracking and warranty purposes.
  • Fill out repair orders, document parts used, and report to customer repairs made.
  • Measured, documented, and properly filed all administrative files pertaining to all repair orders.

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36. Compression Gauges

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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).
  • Used test equipment and precision measuring tools: compression gauges, pressure gauges, voltage-amperage, ohmmeters, etc.
  • Use compression gauges, vacuum gauges on internal combustion engines.
  • Used scanners, DVOM, vacuum and compression gauges, battery Testers, and automotive manuals

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37. Toyota

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Here's how Toyota is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • General repair/diagnosis of new and used Toyota/Lexus/Scion customer vehicles, Pre-Delivery Inspection, and accessory installation.
  • Attended Toyota Racing Design program for electrical equipment troubleshooting and diagnosis.
  • Direct communication with Toyota Technical, including Dealer Product Reports.
  • Accepted an apprentice technician position to validate a Toyota Certification.
  • Performed diagnostic analysis of automotive issues on Toyota vehicles.
  • Worked as an automotive technician specializing in Toyota.
  • Complete technical training modules through Toyota certification.
  • Performed regular scheduled maintenance on Toyota Vehicles.
  • Certified in automotive repair for Lexus/Toyota/Scion automobiles.
  • Specialized in diagnosis and repair, as well as routine maintenance of all Toyota makes and models in a dealership setting.
  • Enhanced automotive education by completing multiple Toyota University courses due to the progressive technological change and design of Toyota motor vehicles.
  • Maintain dedication to quality to ensure jobs are completely correctly and in standard accordingly to Toyota online training courses.
  • Perform general repairs and preventive maintenance on Toyota vehicles as well as a broad array of used vehicles.
  • Completed all new available online training modules from University of Toyota and diligently studying towards more ASE certifications.
  • Performed used car inspections and repairs on Toyota s and other various types of makes and models.
  • Performed a wide range of functions at a Toyota dealership from oil changes to engine rebuild.
  • Worked on Toyota, Mitsubishi, Suzuki l, and scion as an auto tech.
  • Certified Technician by Toyota Manufacture and National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE).
  • Diagnose, repair, and perform maintenance on all makes and models of Toyota.
  • Performed the installation of automotive window film and other accessories to any Toyota vehicles.

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38. Chrysler

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Here's how Chrysler is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Silver Certified Chrysler Technician with training focused on electrical and drive-ability repairs as well as passive restraints and steering and suspension.
  • Trained under a qualified Chrysler Service Technician Obtained Chrysler Service Technician certifications Performed maintenance, diagnostics and repairs on customer vehicles
  • Repaired Chrysler LLC vehicles with manufacture supported diagnostic information and factory service procedures in a fast paced shop environment.
  • Repaired electrical, mechanical and hydraulic systems on Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge products.
  • Gained Chrysler Plymouth certification * Obtained more ASE certifications
  • Conducted direct diagnosis and repair of Chrysler vehicles
  • Attend factory training at Daimler/Chrysler Academy.
  • Preformed recall work for Chrysler, which included but not limited to; R&R axles, motors, transmissions.
  • Maintained, repaired, and serviced [but not limited to] Jeep, Chrysler, and Dodge automotive products.
  • Worked as a novice technician for an automotive repair facility that specialized in Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep vehicles.
  • Repaired vehicles repurchased from customers by Chrysler LLC focusing on diesel emissions concerns, particulate filters and cooled EGR issues.
  • Attended Chrysler specific training 3 weeks out of the year to maintain Chrysler Master Technician status in 7 repair categories
  • Diagnose and repair customer concerns with Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep vehicles in accordance with Chrysler warranty.
  • Dodge, Chrysler, and Jeep Dealership Job Responsibilities were: Diagnosing and Repairing All Automotive Related Problems.
  • Repaired and maintained a variety of motor vehicles especially Chrysler, Jeep, Eagle, and KIA models.
  • Complete automotive repair of Dodge, Jeep, Chrysler automobile and trucks and also oversee all shop operations
  • Performed all level 1 Chrysler warranty and customer pay work (on all vehicle systems)
  • Diagnose and repair all Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep vehicles back to manufacturer specs.
  • Level 3, Chrysler certified technician with certifications in hybrid training and natural gas training.
  • Completed all aspects of repairs on Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, and Ford vehicles.

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39. Vehicle Problems

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Here's how Vehicle Problems is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Diagnose vehicle problems with next generation diagnostic scan tools and determine whether concern is electrically and/or mechanically related.
  • Diagnosed vehicle problems from information provided by customer and interpreting vehicle symptoms.
  • Collaborated with customers to accurately determine vehicle problems.
  • Diagnosed electrical and computerized vehicle problems.
  • Conduct visual & auditory inspections and road tests before and after maintenance and repairs & noting vehicle problems on work orders.
  • Direct communication with customers to obtain a description of the vehicle problems and work to be performed or future repair requirements.
  • Provided complete client service from bumper to bumper including working directly with clients to diagnose and repair vehicle problems.
  • Conferred with customers to obtain descriptions of vehicle problems, discussed work to be performed and recommended additional services.
  • Discussed with customers to obtain descriptions of vehicle problems, verified customer's complaint, and performed necessary repairs.
  • Diagnose vehicle problems, report them to the service manager, and make repairs as necessary.
  • Experience using diagnostic equipment and other testing devices to make a diagnosis and isolate vehicle problems
  • Explain to customers their vehicle problems and needed repairs, along with finding affordable solutions.
  • Discussed options and services to resolve vehicle problems with customers (up-selling items).
  • Worked closely with customers to discuss vehicle problems ensuring all issues were repaired.
  • Work in teams with experienced technicians to assist in diagnosis of vehicle problems.
  • Diagnosed common vehicle problems, and articulated the issue to the customer.
  • Consulted with customers regarding vehicle problems and diagnosed issues.
  • Communicated with customers as needed to discuss vehicle problems.
  • Interact with customers to gain knowledge about vehicle problems.
  • Confer with customers to obtain descriptions of vehicle problems.

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40. Vehicle Inspections

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Here's how Vehicle Inspections is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Performed automotive repair on customer and dealership vehicles and performed state vehicle inspections.
  • Performed vehicle inspections and completed the required inspection reports for my supervisor.
  • Performed vehicle inspections and security checks for all personnel entering restricted area.
  • Performed state vehicle inspections and issued certifications when vehicles passed inspection.
  • Performed complete vehicle inspections and made recommendations regarding needed services.
  • Completed electronic repair orders for vehicle inspections and repairs.
  • Use tablet to preform vehicle inspections electronically.
  • Performed complete vehicle inspections and recommend repairs.
  • Conducted vehicle inspections for mechanical services.
  • Conducted vehicle inspections for mechanical services to detect and note any conditions that would affect the safe operation of the vehicle.
  • Performed vehicle inspections; recommended preventive maintenance, service, and necessary repairs; documented in great detail all tasks performed.
  • Oil changes, mounting and balancing tires, 4 wheel alignments, lift kits, flushes and NC vehicle inspections.
  • Conduct vehicle inspections, diagnostics and repairs on GM vehicles and at times various other makes and models.
  • Performed thorough and efficient vehicle inspections and repairs on used and new vehicles of all makes and models.
  • Tire changes, rotations, balances, flat repairs, complete vehicle inspections, and oil changes.
  • Provide extensive vehicle inspections following a checklist of standards and perform quality repairs on vehicle for resale.
  • Perform new vehicle inspections getting it out of transport mode and to verify manufacture met all compliance.
  • Complete thorough vehicle inspections and diagnose the cause of mechanical failures, interpret computer fault codes.
  • Conduct vehicle inspections and alert customers to issues that will prevent their vehicles from passing inspection.
  • Performed vehicle inspections, repaired/replaced suspension and steering components, and aligned 2-wheel and 4-wheel vehicles.

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41. Vehicle Issues

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Here's how Vehicle Issues is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Communicated with customers to repair vehicle issues effectively and efficiently.
  • Provided excellent customer service regarding vehicle issues and potential repairs.
  • Provided accurate information to customers regarding vehicle issues.
  • Communicated with customers regarding vehicle issues.
  • Service writing - answering phones, scheduling, and visiting with customers about vehicle issues.
  • Communicate with customers regarding potential vehicle issues not limited to our services and provide solutions.
  • Communicate with customers regarding vehicle issues and potential repairs and estimates of work required.
  • Interact with customers to address vehicle issues and service complaints of the dealership.
  • Diagnosed vehicle issues and corrected them using the proper repair and techniques.
  • Advised service writers and customers on vehicle issues and any related questions.
  • Elicited from customers the vehicle issues and narrowed range of potential repairs.
  • Interacted with dealer staff and customers to communicate vehicle issues.
  • Communicated with staff and customers about vehicle issues and repairs.
  • Communicate with clients regarding repairs and other vehicle issues.
  • Diagnosed and repaired vehicle issues outlined on a work order
  • Welcomed customers and made general assessments of vehicle issues.
  • Job Duties: Diagnosed vehicle issues during extensive troubleshooting.
  • Diagnose vehicle issues as relayed by the customer.
  • Performed diagnostics on vehicle issues and performed repairs.
  • Speak with service managers regarding customer vehicle issues.

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42. 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.
  • Operated equipment such as infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Test drive vehicles, and test componets and systems using specialized 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.
  • Operated equipment such as infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.

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43. Drive Vehicles

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Here's how Drive Vehicles is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • 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.
  • Test drive vehicles before inspecting it, simply to get a feel of what the issue may be.
  • Test drive vehicles to diagnose issues & to make sure they are running right after being fixed.
  • Test and drive vehicles to assure proper working order, and delivered vehicles for servicing or refueling.
  • Explain repairs and test drive vehicles with customers to demonstrate and satisfy their service needs.
  • Test drive vehicles and evaluate customer concern(s) as per repair order.
  • Replace universal joints in drive shafts and CV joints on front wheel drive vehicles.
  • Test drive vehicles, TI for repair and dispatch, inspect after final repair.
  • Test drive vehicles, to verify concern or the repair has fixed the problem
  • Test drive vehicles after repairs, deliver parts and pick up customers.
  • Test drive vehicles after repairs are complete to ensure mechanical soundness.
  • Perform four wheel alignments and test drive vehicles to verify repairs.
  • Test drive vehicles, testing components and diagnosing computerized systems.
  • Test drive vehicles for safety before returning to customer.
  • Test drive vehicles to ensure work was done properly.
  • Test drive vehicles to diagnose problems and fix problem.
  • Test drive vehicles prior to and after repairs.
  • Test drive vehicles to assure proper working order.
  • Build and repair custom for wheel drive vehicles.

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44. R

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Here's how R is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Instructed proper package handling methods to avoid injury with additional emphasis on hazardous material recognition and procedure.
  • Identified and resolved defects and deficiencies of both mechanical and electrical components.
  • Maintained efficiency and accuracy in diagnosing as well as repairing vehicles.
  • Provided customers with detailed information about repairs needed for their vehicle.
  • Installed aftermarket accessories including suspension upgrades, and exhaust components.
  • Interacted with customers to obtain preliminary diagnosis of automotive malfunctions.
  • Handled customer inquiries and maintained high customer satisfaction standards.
  • Maintained traceable documentation for minor repairs and scheduled service.
  • Diagnosed computer and electrical failure with appropriate testing equipment.
  • Support customer relations by quickly responding to customer inquiries.
  • Maintained communication with management of any mechanical repair problem
  • Completed Technician trainee program while attending Louisiana Technical College
  • Performed routine maintenance of foreign and domestic automobiles.
  • Preform general housekeeping to comply with company processes.
  • Maintained warehouse organization and measured stock levels.
  • Perform related duties and responsibilities as assigned.
  • Prepared customer quotes and finalized billing.
  • Performed dispatcher/shop foreman responsibilities when needed.
  • Perform all repairs to manufacturers specifications.
  • Attend factory sponsored technical training sessions.

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45. Diagnostic Devices

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Here's how Diagnostic Devices is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • 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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46. Vehicle Serviceability

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Here's how Vehicle Serviceability is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • 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.
  • Verified vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives and adjusting controls and systems.

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47. Honda

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Here's how Honda is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Serviced vehicles while following strict Honda Motor Company of America procedures.
  • Achieved Honda Platinum Level certification and ASE Master Technician Certification.
  • Attended Honda automotive technical school to further experience and excellence.
  • Attended additional training through both Honda and Nissan Motor Corporations
  • Participated in Honda s ongoing education program.
  • Installed and inspected fuel tanks on the Honda MDX and Pilot to ensure maximum safety and brand standards were met.
  • Performed recalls, repairs, diagnostics, certification, routine and general maintenance on Volkswagen and Honda vehicles.
  • Diagnosed and repaired performance Honda engines, turbochargers, electrical systems, brakes system upgrades, and suspensions.
  • Trained & Mentored by a 35-year career Master ASE & Honda Dealership Technician for two solid years.
  • Performed diagnostic and repair work on any model of Toyota or Honda vehicle that entered the shop.
  • Performed repairs and maintenance on all makes and models of vehicles with a concentration on Honda vehicles.
  • Trained under a Master Honda Technician for 2.5 years and helped with the management of the team.
  • Perform automotive repairs on all makes and models, inspections, and recalls on Honda vehicles.
  • Worked as a C Level technician at a Honda, Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge dealership.
  • Attended Honda Factory training at the training center in Stockton California twice (11/14 and 07/15)
  • Record service recommendations and service performed via software provided by company (Honda IN network).
  • Worked on Honda and Dodge cars from A/C repairs to total engine/transmission removal and repairs.
  • Worked rotating shifts every two weeks to installed brake-lines on the Honda MDX and Pilot.
  • Rebuild and test applicators for paint line at Honda Manufacturing of Alabama (HMA).
  • Diagnosed, serviced, and repaired vehicles according to Honda and other manufacturers' specifications.

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48. Exhaust Systems

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Here's how Exhaust Systems is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Carry out automotive diagnostics and repairs Perform alignments Complete Utah safety inspections Diagnose and correct wiring problems Repair and install exhaust systems
  • Carry out automotive diagnostics and repairs Diagnose and repair automotive air conditioning Diagnose and correct wiring problems Repair and install exhaust systems
  • Diagnosed general automotive issues and repaired those issues Completed car alignments Installed custom exhaust systems Handled cash and credit transactions
  • Install aftermarket and custom performance intake and exhaust systems per customer specifications.
  • Constructed and installed automotive exhaust systems.
  • Developed and worked on custom exhaust systems, as well as computer diagnostic protocols and electrical system troubleshooting and repair.
  • Replace tires, exhaust systems, fuel lines and a wide array of parts that help keep a vehicle running.
  • Repaired all aspect of the automobile, specializing in engine problems, Custom fabrication & welding exhaust systems.
  • Perform installation of aftermarket components like lift and lowering kits, wheels and tires, and exhaust systems.
  • Repaired complete brake service Replacement of shocks and struts Installed complete exhaust systems repair and custom built
  • Diagnosed heating, A/C, electrical components, brakes, gasoline engines, and exhaust systems.
  • Performed routine maintenance and minor work such as exhaust systems, brakes and tires.
  • Preformed tune ups, maintained brakes, oil changes, and installed exhaust systems.
  • Performed general auto repair and diagnosis as well as welding and manufacturing exhaust systems.
  • Used hydraulic pipe bender to bend exhaust pipe for vehicle exhaust systems.
  • Designed and fabricated custom exhaust systems on a hydraulic mandrel bender.
  • Replace leaking or damaged gaskets, repair or replace exhaust systems.
  • Fabricated and bent pipe for factory and custom exhaust systems.
  • Work on exhaust systems, including fabricating exhaust systems.
  • Installed test probes on exhaust systems and cooling systems.

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49. BMW

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Here's how BMW is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Maintained the work area in a clean and orderly condition and follow prescribed safety regulations also attended BMW school and Training.
  • Performed work as described on repair order with efficiency and accuracy, in accordance with BMW factory and BMW Center standards.
  • Certified new and used vehicles, programmed software updates optimizing and expanding the electronic functionality of BMW engines & vehicles.
  • Performed advanced vehicle servicing using specialized tools and equipment, Attained level 4 certification through BMW specific training.
  • Repaired high end European cars including, Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Volkswagen, Saab and Volvo.
  • Produce 40-60 hours flat rate hours' weekly performing BMW diagnostic analysis, repair and maintenance.
  • Diagnose and repair all systems in vehicle at a Master BMW technician level Perform preventive maintenance
  • Performed Minor and major transmission repair, diagnosis and transmission replacement on all BMW vehicles.
  • Helped install a BMW electronics server, preformed upgrades and maintenance to server from Germany.
  • Performed services on Porsche, Audi, BMW, VW, and other foreign vehicles.
  • Learned BMW systems, worked with Parts and Service personnel to meet customer satisfaction.
  • Specialized in Mercedes, BMW, Volvo and Jaguar automobiles for their repair needs.
  • Repair of BMW, Mercedes Benz, Jaguar, Audi & other European vehicles
  • Attended and completed regular training sessions for BMW Service Technician Program, NJ.
  • Perform all manner of repairs on new and used BMW cars and SUV's
  • 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
  • Diagnosed and troubleshot complex BMW systems to perform maintenance on client vehicles.
  • Attended hundreds of hours of BMW schooling, in class and online.

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50. Computer System

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Here's how Computer System is used in Automotive Technician jobs:
  • Diagnose problems in sophisticated mechanical and computer systems by independently interpreting the results of tests.
  • Specialized in diagnostics of electrical components and automotive computer systems * Conducted general automotive repair
  • Diagnosed mechanical and electrical system failures of automobiles using specialized diagnostic computer systems.
  • Document supply and maintenance repair actions military, manual or commercial computer systems.
  • Handled customer paper work and entering vehicle history/information into computer system.
  • Addressed customer warranty concerns and diagnosed/repaired basic electrical computer systems.
  • Installed, diagnosed and configured automotive electrical and computer systems.
  • Specialized in automotive computer systems, electrical and suspension.
  • Performed automotive diagnostics and maintained them in computer system.
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot vehicle electrical and computer systems.
  • Aided other technicians in automotive computer systems.
  • Configured and maintained shop computer systems.
  • Diagnose and repair HVAC, mechanical, electrical, A/C & D/C systems, hydraulic and computer systems on vehicles.
  • Specialized repair and replacement services to include: fuel injection systems, on-board computer systems, and emission control systems.
  • Diagnosed and repaired automotive systems including brakes, electrical, suspension and alignment, air conditioning and computer systems.
  • Maintained and fixed exhaust, fuel ignition and electrical, suspension and alignment, air conditioning and computer systems.
  • Utilize Fleet computer systems to determine work assignments, record keeping, time reporting, parts inventory, etc.
  • Diagnose and repair all automotive systems including brakes, engines, wiring, A/C, computer systems.
  • Manage workload on a daily basis and utilize computer systems to keep accurate records for future use.
  • Changed oil, diagnosed computer systems, minor and major component replacements, and major brake service.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Automotive Technician

Customer Vehicles15.1%
Engine Repair12.8%
Important Parts10.5%
Oil Changes9.5%
Customer Service6.5%
Electrical Diagnosis6.5%
Diagnostic Equipment6.1%
Tire Rotations4.7%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Automotive Technician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Customer Vehicles
Customer Vehicles
12%
12%
2
2
Engine Repair
Engine Repair
10.2%
10.2%
3
3
Important Parts
Important Parts
8.4%
8.4%
4
4
Oil Changes
Oil Changes
7.6%
7.6%
5
5
Customer Service
Customer Service
5.2%
5.2%
6
6
Electrical Diagnosis
Electrical Diagnosis
5.2%
5.2%
7
7
Diagnostic Equipment
Diagnostic Equipment
4.9%
4.9%
8
8
Tire Rotations
Tire Rotations
3.7%
3.7%
9
9
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
3.3%
3.3%
10
10
Automotive Repair
Automotive Repair
3.2%
3.2%
11
11
Air Compressors
Air Compressors
2.2%
2.2%
12
12
Wheel Bearings
Wheel Bearings
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
Electrical Systems Malfunctions
Electrical Systems Malfunctions
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
General Maintenance
General Maintenance
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
ASE
ASE
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Engine Tune-Ups
Engine Tune-Ups
1.3%
1.3%
17
17
Lube
Lube
1.3%
1.3%
18
18
Brake Pads
Brake Pads
1.2%
1.2%
19
19
Maintenance Services
Maintenance Services
1.2%
1.2%
20
20
Vehicle Maintenance
Vehicle Maintenance
1.2%
1.2%
21
21
Troubleshoot
Troubleshoot
1.1%
1.1%
22
22
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
1.1%
1.1%
23
23
Fuel Systems
Fuel Systems
1%
1%
24
24
Brake Systems
Brake Systems
1%
1%
25
25
Hvac
Hvac
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Timing Belts
Timing Belts
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
State Inspections
State Inspections
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Machine Shop
Machine Shop
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Water Pumps
Water Pumps
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Engine Performance
Engine Performance
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Necessary Repairs
Necessary Repairs
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Light Trucks
Light Trucks
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Automotive Systems
Automotive Systems
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Mechanical Problems
Mechanical Problems
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Repair Orders
Repair Orders
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Compression Gauges
Compression Gauges
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Toyota
Toyota
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Chrysler
Chrysler
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Vehicle Problems
Vehicle Problems
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Vehicle Inspections
Vehicle Inspections
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Vehicle Issues
Vehicle Issues
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Engine Analyzers
Engine Analyzers
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Drive Vehicles
Drive Vehicles
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
R
R
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Diagnostic Devices
Diagnostic Devices
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Vehicle Serviceability
Vehicle Serviceability
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Honda
Honda
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Exhaust Systems
Exhaust Systems
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
BMW
BMW
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Computer System
Computer System
0.4%
0.4%

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