Top Lube Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Lube Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Lube Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 22.8% of Lube Technician resumes contained Vehicle Maintenance as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Lube Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Vehicle Maintenance

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Here's how Vehicle Maintenance is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Executed daily operations of general vehicle maintenance on a variety of vehicles in a fast-paced environment.
  • Provide excellent customer service by answering any questions related to vehicle maintenance.
  • Preformed vehicle maintenance, inspections and advised service writers of needed repairs
  • Suggest additional vehicle maintenance to provide continuous improvement to the customer.
  • Greeted customers, made recommendations and answer questions regarding vehicle maintenance.
  • Maintain proper customer vehicle maintenance-Repair/replace components for vehicle to stay well maintained
  • Performed Vehicle Maintenance duties and provided Manufacture recommendations to Customers.
  • Assisted in vehicle repair & performed regular vehicle maintenance procedures
  • Provided high quality vehicle maintenance to optimize vehicle performance.
  • Provided customer updates regarding vehicle maintenance and repair requirements.
  • Ensured rental vehicle excellence through regular vehicle maintenance.
  • Recommended services and counseled customers on vehicle maintenance.
  • Communicate with customers about necessary vehicle maintenance.
  • General knowledge in automotive vehicle maintenance.
  • Diagnosed and repaired general vehicle maintenance.
  • Detail oriented inspections per vehicle maintenance.
  • Updated customer vehicle maintenance history.
  • Performed basic vehicle maintenance * Inspected fluid levels * Performed duties such as oil change, and all other duties assigned
  • Perform professional oil changes, carry out thorough Safety Inspections, sell vehicle maintenance products, keep work environment clean.
  • Performed vehicle maintenance up to manufacturer's standards with attention to detail with any problems the vehicle may have.

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2. Oil Changes

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Here's how Oil Changes is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Oil changes tire rotation flat repairs battery installation light bulb replacement wiper blades installation fuel injection
  • Perform oil changes swiftly and accurately to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Changed and mounted and balanced tires did flat repairs did oil changes and r and r battery's and cleaned bay areas
  • Performed oil changes and maintenance in accordance with rules and regulations on over 1,000 vehicles in a safe and timely manner.
  • Performed routine maintenance on customers vehicles, oil changes, lube jobs, tire repairs, replacements, rotate and balance.
  • Conducted things such as oil changes, tire changes and repairs, fuel injection services, battery install and charging.
  • Install and uninstall tires, patch tires, oil changes, brake and rotor service, shocks and struts, alignments
  • Tire and Lube Express Technician... Did oil changes, tire changes and flat repairs, battery changes and testing.
  • Performed efficiently and productively auto maintenance procedures such as tire change, oil changes, transmission flushes and more.
  • Performed oil changes and lube service to all type vehicles, tune engines, and performed general mechanical repairs.
  • Mounted and balanced tires, performed complete oil changes, as well as cleaned and organized the work station.
  • Perform oil changes on various vehicles and tire maintenance such as removal, replacement, repair, and balance.
  • Perform all services offered in the T ire Lube Express department: oil changes, tire installations and rotations.
  • Performed oil changes as well as small repairs, flushes, and filter service on customer and service vehicles.
  • Oil changes, rotations, diagnostic, assisted in engine repairs, and any other miscellaneous tasks including shadowing
  • Perform automotive oil changes, automotive installation of parts, tire installations & repair, operated cash register.
  • Performed all manor of tire work as well as oil changes and the service that goes with it.
  • Performed oil changes, tune-ups, and all other major services on all makes and models of cars.
  • Oil changes, lube jobs, basic mechanic work, routine maintenance of vehicles, tire changes, inspections
  • Complete oil changes, check fluid levels, rotate tires, change tires and interact with customers.

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3. Tire Rotations

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Here's how Tire Rotations is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Performed Maintenance service operations fixing flats performing oil changes testing batteries changing tires fixing headlights installing new batteries performing tire rotations
  • Provided assistance to mechanics and moved up to Lube Tech providing auto oil changing and tire rotations to customers' vehicles.
  • Oil changes, tire rotations/balance, fuel injections, maintain fluid levels, flat repairs, and other duties as assigned.
  • Changed oil & filters, tire rotations, replaced exterior & interior lights, replace batteries, replace wiper blades, etc
  • Perform mechanical work such as brakes, radiators, window regulators, tire rotations, spark plugs, valve cover gaskets.
  • Performed tire rotations and patch repairs or replaced tires as needed including using the tire balancing machine to eliminate vibrations.
  • Tire changes, tire rotations, oil changes, safety checks, wheel alignments, vehicle maintenance and check ups.
  • Check all fluid levels, tire rotations, balance wheels, and install new tires and TPMS sensors on rims.
  • Inspected belts, hoses, filters, checked fluid levels, tire pressure, tire rotations, and belt replacements.
  • Oil changes, transmission flushes, tire rotations, grease fittings, change gear box fluids, and coolant flushes.
  • Change oil on many types of vehicles as well as do tire rotations or change over if needed and minor maintenance
  • Performed minor automotive repair, such as, oil changes, tire rotations, basic services, and 4-wheel alignments.
  • Change oil; operate coolant/ transmission/ differential/ transfer flushes, air/ cabin filter replacement, tire rotations, etc.
  • Provide services to customer in forms of tire rotations, oil changes, brake inspections and miscellaneous auto maintenance.
  • Oil changes, tire rotations, mount and balance tires, lift kits, special installations, etc.
  • Perform oil changes, tire rotations, fluid exchanges, 4 wheel alignments and brakes and resurfacing rotors.
  • Perform vehicle maintenance and light care such as oil changes and tire rotations while providing superior customer service.
  • Perform oil changes, tire rotations, basic recall work, and top off the vehicle's fluids.
  • Preformed oil changes, tire rotations, basic mechanics and detailed the inside/outside new and used vehicles.
  • Perform oil changes and tire rotations on cars, used fluid exchange machines to perform preventive maintenance.

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4. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Demonstrated excellent customer service skills at all times ensuring customer satisfaction by providing information and resolving complaints or discrepancies.
  • Conducted basic vehicle maintenance, Provided effective customer service, Assisted with shipping and receiving inventory, Upheld company policies
  • Promoted and engaged in a positive and professional working environment for team members while providing excellent customer service.
  • Provided customer service advice to vehicle owners regarding maintenance care per vehicle manufacturer's recommendation.
  • Operated bay management software to document customer service history and access technical specs.
  • Provided technical assistance for customer services and sales representatives to insure customer satisfaction.
  • Provide above-and-beyond customer service ensuring quality guest experience and profitability for the company.
  • Communicate effectively with customers about automotive services, and provide excellent customer service.
  • Provide excellent customer service when coordinating with customers and other maintenance technicians.
  • Provide customer service with excellent time management, judgment and decision-making.
  • Increased productivity through superior patient interaction and prior customer service experience.
  • Performed all maintenance services provided including customer service.
  • Perform inspections for recommendation of customer service needs.
  • Performed regular vehicle maintenance and great customer service.
  • Provided outstanding customer service to ensure customer retention.
  • Performed customer services and greeter functions as necessary.
  • Applied customer service skills through personal customer interactions.
  • Delivered high quality customer service to consumers.
  • Stocked merchandise and provided customer service.
  • Provided quick and excellent customer service

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5. Light Care

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Here's how Light Care is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Provide maintenance and light care to customer's vehicle.
  • Maintain vehicle maintenance and light care such as oil changes and tire rotation.

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6. Coolant Flushes

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Here's how Coolant Flushes is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Opened shop every morning, performed oil changes, diagnosed front suspension parts, alignments, coolant flushes, power steering flushes
  • Changed tires, fixed flats, rotated tires, oil changes, coolant flushes, changed battery's and brakes.
  • Performed routine maintenance such as oil changes, coolant flushes, transmission, brake and gearbox/differential fluid exchanges.
  • Greet Customers oil changes, check fluids, differentials flushes, transmission flushes, coolant flushes and tire rotation
  • Performed basic car maintenance including: transmission flushes, coolant flushes, oil changes and tire rotations.
  • Performed oil changes, coolant flushes, and transmission flushes on all types of vehicles.
  • Oil changes, coolant flushes, tire rotations, fluid fill ups, valet duties
  • Oil changes, Transmission Flushes, Coolant flushes, Tuneups and all auto repair.
  • Oil changes, tire rotations, brake servicing, coolant flushes and inspections.
  • Oil changes, coolant flushes, tire repairs and replacement.
  • Oil changes, coolant flushes, installing wiper blades etc
  • Change engine oil, transmission flushes, and coolant flushes
  • Oil changes Coolant flushes Lubed drive train Restocked shelves
  • Perform fuel systems cleaning and coolant flushes.
  • Oil changes, coolant flushes, fluids, tires, wiper blades.
  • Oil, Engine, Transmission, Power Steering, Differential, and Coolant Flushes Fuel Injector Cleaning Service and Headlight Repair
  • Performed oil changes, Transmission Flushes, Power Steering Flushes,Coolant Flushes, Front and Rear Differential Flushes.
  • Oil, Transmission, Coolant flushes on various vehicle makes.. Tire replacement, repair, rotation, and balance.
  • Oil changes, brakes, coolant flushes, multipoint inspections, tire repair, inventory, and diagnostics.
  • Change oil rotate tires multi point inspections coolant flushes and various other tasks

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7. Air Filters

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Here's how Air Filters is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Changed oil, coolant flushes, Transmission flushes, differential fluid exchanges, exchanged air filters, and cabin air filters.
  • Change oil and replace air filters; meeting expected goal to complete each oil change within a twenty minute time period.
  • Rotate tires, inspect breaks, change oil, engine air filters, cabin filters, check am top off all fluids
  • Change oil, rotate tires, brake maintenance, replace batteries, replace cabin and engine air filters, repair tires.
  • Work under the hood to main change oil and air filters if necessary and to top off all fluids if needed
  • Change oil, oil filters, fuel filters, air filters, brakes and batteries in a variety of vehicles.
  • Sell and install accessories, such as batteries, windshield wiper blades, air filters, bulbs, or headlamps.
  • Performed regular maintenance on automobiles such as: checking fluids, oil and coolant flushes, and changing air filters.
  • Change tires, oil, batteries, wiper blades, air filters, and take care of customers as needed.
  • Change oil filters/air filters do oil changes, rotate tires, install accessories to vehicles, help the mechanics with work
  • Changed oil, air filters, differential fluids, coolant and transmission flushes, assessed tires and wiper blades.
  • Inspect belts, hoses, air filters, cabin air filters, and batteries are in good working order.
  • Put oil in vehicles, change windshield wipers, check oil, replace air filters, replace oil filters.
  • Change oil, air filters, oil filters, flush and fill fluids in all makes and model vehicles.
  • Worked hands on for oil changes, grease fittings, vacuum, change air filters and cash out customers.
  • Change customers oil, air filters, cabin air filters, fuel filters, wipers, light bulbs etc.
  • Stocked wheel weights, oil, oil filters, air filters, cleaning supplies, and other various materials.
  • Rotate balance and put new tires on, battery installs, light installs, oil changes, and air filters
  • Service all automotive through lubrication fittings, changing oil, installing air filters and servicing all gear boxes.
  • Changed oil and oil filters, air filters, fuel filters, checked fluids and tires, ran register

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8. Lube Tech

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Here's how Lube Tech is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Served as inventory verification technician and later transferred to Automotive Department as a tire and lube technician.
  • Certified Emission InspectorLube TechnicianUpper bay TechnicianMinor maintenance on vehicles
  • Lead lube technician received my certification
  • Job responsibilities- to do lube tech and hood courtesy, and to clean the shop and bays of the car wash.
  • Change tires, studded tires, and fixed flats * Oil Changes, lube and filter replacement * Tire and lube technician
  • Qualified lube technician, certified N.C. Safety & Emissions Inspector, performed radiator/transmission flush and fills and fuel injection cleanings.
  • Promoted from Lube Technician to Assistant Manager Change oil, oil filters, valves, and gaskets in high-volume business.
  • Express - Lube Technicians perform work specified on maintenance and repair orders with efficiency and in accordance with dealership standards.
  • Started as a lube technician and recognized as a dedicated and fast worker hence, promoted to lead technician.
  • Started as a lube tech performing oil changes, tire rotations, fluid refills, and 25 point inspections.
  • Job duties included lube tech duties such as vehicle oil change, repairing and filling window chips and cracks.
  • Tire and lube Technician consists of performing preventive maintenance on customers vehicles and replacing or repairing tires as needed.
  • Oil Lube Tech In charge of lower bay duties including oil changes, front and rear differentials, transfer cases
  • Promoted to Lube Technician responsible for changing oil, installing new tires, Balancing tires, and small repair.
  • Detailed cars and often worked with lube tech and mechanics doing leveling kits, balancing tires, etc.
  • Job duties: Oil and Lube Tech, unload stock and put away, do inventory once a month
  • Tire tech, service calls, lube tech and oil changes, clean bay area and stock tires/merchandise.
  • Started as shop clean up, was promoted to Lube Tech, then received my Emissions Inspector License.
  • Assist other mechanics and lube techs in diagnosing and repairing equipment for operating efficiency and safety factors.
  • Tire & Lube Tech Responsibilities included: Checking oil & fluid levels and filling them when/if necessary.

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9. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Used knowledge of motor vehicles and safety procedures to recommend proper services to maintain vehicle longevity and safety.
  • Followed and adhered to company safety procedures to avoid exposure to fumes, dirt and harsh chemicals.
  • Provided customer service and maintained a clean and safe work environment and followed all safety procedures.
  • Worked in teams to quickly and efficiently service vehicles while following safety procedures.
  • Gather all shopping carts and follow all pallet jacks as per safety procedures.
  • Maintained safety procedures while accomplishing company's time and work quality goals.
  • Perform lube and tire services using proper safety procedures, i.e.
  • Have knowledge of vehicles and safety procedures.
  • Obtained training for safety procedures.
  • Followed safety procedures of shop area while maintaining a professional attitude.
  • Provide excellent Customer Service Follow proper procedures for handling claims merchandise Knowledgeable about emergency and safety procedures
  • Performed multipoint inspections Communicated additional service/repair needs to service advisors Serviced and cleaned vehicles Followed dealership safety procedures
  • provided car maintainance , safety procedures , employee training

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10. New Oil Filter

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Here's how New Oil Filter is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Install a new oil drain plug if needed and a new oil filter and clean and lubricate fittings as needed.
  • Drained oil, put new oil filter, refill oil and check all fluids.
  • Installed new oil drain plugs and new oil filters, wiped fittings and lubricate.
  • Install new oil drain plug and new oil filter.
  • Changed oil and installed new oil filter.
  • Check oil level and install a new oil drain plug and a new oil filter Ensure tire pressure for proper inflation.
  • Install a new oil drain plug and new oil filter - Perform oil change and lubrication work
  • Completed vehicle inspection.Install a new oil drain plug and a new oil filter.
  • Complete vehicle inspection Install new oil drain plug and new oil filter.
  • Reinstalled oil drain plug and a new oil filter.

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11. Battery Replacement

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Here's how Battery Replacement is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • General automotive repair including tire replacement, oil changes, and battery replacement
  • Full service vehicle maintenance Battery replacement Light replacement Tire service and replacement
  • Oil, Rotates, replace air and cabin filter, battery replacements, tire balancing/Mount and dismount of tires.
  • Oil changes, Tire replacement and repair, Battery replacement, Sales floor maintenance and Other automotive maintenance
  • Provided oil and filter services, tire repair/replacement services, service writing, and battery replacement services.
  • Change light bulbs and wipers, battery check's, cable end cleaning & battery replacement.
  • Performed other car work, such as oil changes, battery replacement or tire rotation.
  • Performed services on vehicles, ranging from oil changes, battery replacement and charging system diagnostics
  • Mount and dismount tires, Balance\e tire, tire rotations, oil changes, battery replacements
  • Oil change, multiple-point inspection, repairs, tire change/ rotation/ balancing, battery replacements
  • Perform tire changes, oil changes, battery replacement, other duties as assigned.
  • Performed oil changes, tire repair and replacement, battery replacement and headlight restoration
  • Oil Changes, Tire Service, Battery Replacements >Assisting Customers >Clean-up Duties
  • Performed oil changes, tire install, rotations, and battery replacement.
  • Oil change, battery replacement, tire service etc...
  • Changed oil and tires, refill fluids, rotated tires, clean garage, unload weekly tire trucks, battery replacements .
  • Perform oil changes, tire replacements, tire flat repair and battery replacements Maintain cleanliness of shop and work area
  • Carried out tasks such as oil changes, tire repair, filter and battery replacement and fluid topoff.
  • Work cooperative with a partner, doing oil changes, tire rotations, battery replacements, inspection, est..
  • Oil changes and battery replacement Tire mounting and repairs Warehouse organization

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12. Engine Oil

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Here's how Engine Oil is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Serviced differentials, transfer cases, coolant, power steering, engine oil, tire rotates and also did safety inspections.
  • Replace engine oil with new oil for that specific vehicle, input parts used, then reset maintenance light.
  • Perform minor repairs such as adjusting brakes, replacing spark plugs, and changing engine oil and filters.
  • Checked and adjusted engine oil, coolant, power steering, break, and windshield washer fluid levels.
  • Performed routine service inspections: Test, change engine oil/filter, lubricate chassis, and other major components.
  • Changed engine oil, rotate tires, change bulbs, Mount and balance tires and alignment checks.
  • Change engine oil, oil filter and grease chassis; check and top off all fluids.
  • Job duties included: Change engine oil, differential oil, and transfer case oil.
  • Drain and refill engine oil, change filters along with changing batteries for better performance.
  • Change engine oil and lubricate running gears or moving parts of automobiles and trucks.
  • Change engine oil, transmission fluid, replace/patch tires, recommend any repairs/services needed.
  • Cleaned windshields, changed engine oil and fuel filters, and rotated tires.
  • Changed engine oil, transmission and radiator fluid among other vehicle maintenance tasks.
  • Change engine oil.-Maintain clean and safe work environment.-Perform basic car inspections.
  • Performed repairs such as replacing car lights and changing engine oil.
  • Perform minor repairs, such as changing engine oil or filters.
  • Change engine oil, and oil filters on vehicle as needed.
  • Change engine oil & filters, Perform visual vehicle maintenance inspections.
  • Change engine oil and filter, top of all fluids.
  • Change engine oil, clean up the shop & customer service

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13. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Perform preventative maintenance on customers' automobiles, following OEM recommendations and specifications, as found in electronic service manual.
  • Diagnose and Repair problems with vehicles* Preventative Maintenance to vehicles* Tire alignments* Mount and Balancing Tires
  • Advised customers on appropriate services and informed them of mechanical aspects of preventative maintenance.
  • Provide customer service and suggestive preventative maintenance duties on foreign and domestic vehicles.
  • Completed multiple oil changes, lubrication and other preventative maintenance requirements as needed.
  • Inspect and preform preventative maintenance to ensure longevity of customer vehicles.
  • Perform preventative maintenance inspections Perform oil changes Perform tire installations and repairs
  • Performed automotive oil and filter changes standard of preventative maintenance procedures.
  • Work directly with customer explaining service and procedures on preventative maintenance.
  • Performed fluid changes and other preventative maintenance procedures on customer vehicles.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on customer vehicles and assist with major repairs
  • Train newly hired lube technicians on proper preventative maintenance procedures.
  • Provided customer service options or suggestions on vehicle preventative maintenance.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on vehicles and maintained clean work environment.
  • Preformed preventative maintenance on tractor trailers and replaced broken parts
  • Perform preventative maintenance in accordance with manufacturer's specifications.
  • Examined mine equipment for repairs and performed preventative maintenance.
  • Performed oil changes and basic preventative maintenance on automobiles.
  • Performed precision measuring and preventative maintenance on automobile units.
  • Sell preventative maintenance services and items depending on car mileage

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14. Tire Pressure

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Here's how Tire Pressure is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Checked and corrected tire pressures to factory specifications.
  • Required to know how much of every fluid (and how much tire pressure) a vehicle requirements for best performance.
  • Check and fill power steering fluid, transmission fluid, tire pressure, drive-train fluids, washer fluid, radiator fluids.
  • Oil changes included draining oil, inserting oil, checking tire pressure, topping off fluids, and vacuuming the vehicles.
  • Worked with hands on cars, such as changing oil/ filters, adding fluids, checking tire pressure and washing windows.
  • Check and change out motor oils, transmission fluids, coolants, tire pressures or windshield washer fluids to proper levels.
  • Check tire pressure and levels of motor oil, transmission fluid, radiator, coolant, power steering and washer fluid.
  • Performed daily checks on batteries, starters, alternators, and tire pressure monitoring systems, performed oil and tire changes.
  • Answer phones, change oil and routine maintenance on vehicles, sale products, vacuum, and check tire pressure.
  • Render signature services which include, changing oil and filters, adding fluids, checking tire pressure and washing windows.
  • Examine tire pressure and fluid levels and using various electronic tools to locate and correct malfunction areas in the vehicle.
  • Changed engine oil and filters, checked and/or changed air filters, checked and/or changed wiper blades and checked tire pressure
  • Performed tire services that included - identifying the tire size and bead, checking tire pressure and repairing damaged tires.
  • Change oil, oil filters, check and fill vital under-hood fluids, set tire pressure to manufacturer specification.
  • Test, reset, and replace TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system) sensors on all makes and models.
  • Perform oil changes, Clean cars, Check fluids and tire pressure, Finish paper work for payments.
  • Vacuum floors and wash windows, check tire pressure, check vital fluids, drain and refill oil.
  • Changed oil and other fluids, air filters, wiper blades, as well as checked tire pressures.
  • Checked windshield wipers to be changed, check tire pressure for correct pressure, and check transmission fluid.
  • Complete vehicle service by lubricating when necessary, changing filters, belts, and ensure adequate tire pressure.

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15. Vehicle Inspections

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Here's how Vehicle Inspections is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Performed used vehicle inspections with repairs as deemed necessary by service manager.
  • Performed vehicle inspections to ensure efficient running conditions.
  • Complete vehicle inspections according to Honda specifications.
  • Performed vehicle inspections as required.
  • Completed all necessary vehicle inspections.
  • Changed oil, tires, flat repairs, replaced belts, hoses, did vehicle inspections, minor repairs, alignments.
  • Perform brake, tire, and vehicle inspections and complete a Vehicle Inspection Report with accurate information supplied to the customer.
  • Changed oil, checked and serviced gear boxes, and did vehicle inspections and light mechanical work and sold parts.
  • Performed oil changes, tire rotations, and full vehicle inspections on all GM, Isuzu, and Suzuki vehicles.
  • Worked fast lane in the shop doing oil changes, tire rotation, checking filters and doing vehicle inspections.
  • Changed tires, changed oil, gave vehicle inspections, cleaned warehouse, and put away tires.
  • Oil changes, tire rotations, vehicle inspections, testing batteries, replacing tire and tire repair.
  • Oil changes, vehicle inspections, tire rotation, tire changing/wheel balancing, other light duty work.
  • Perform vehicle inspections, vehicle maintenance, maintain product inventory, welcome, and interact with customers.
  • Performed vehicle inspections * Performed factory service maintenance * Repaired / Replaced tires * Advise on additional repairs
  • Change oil in vehicles, perform vehicle inspections, inspect and patch tires, change tires
  • Changed/rotated tires, plugged tires, preformed oil changes, and completed 19 standard vehicle inspections
  • Do full 72 point vehicle inspections on every vehicle that came into the bays.
  • Trained in multiple point vehicle inspections and proper tire repair using internal patch kits.
  • Performed oil changes, coolant and transmission flushes, and state vehicle inspections.

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16. Customer Vehicles

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Here's how Customer Vehicles is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Service customer vehicles-Advise customers on needed services and selling of products-Handling of payment transactions and paperwork-Keeping workshop clean and presentable
  • Performed Vehicle safety inspections along with performing routine maintenance on customer vehicles in an efficient and orderly manner.
  • Performed oil changes and General Vehicle Maintenance on customer vehicles occasionally serviced brake system components when needed.
  • Provided maintenance service to customer vehicles, service information, and recommendations to customers.
  • Preform scheduled maintenance of customer vehicles oil changes rotating tires and customer service
  • Worked in a time sensitive environment while carefully handling customer vehicles.
  • Service customer vehicles-Clean and organize the shop and tools-Work related errands/shop runs
  • Picked up and delivered customer vehicles when arranged by management.
  • Administered safety inspections and annual maintenance to customer vehicles.
  • Performed basic automotive repairs on customer vehicles i.e.
  • Prepared customer vehicles according to NY state specifications.
  • Performed routine auto servicing of customer vehicles.
  • Performed basic repairs and inspections on customer vehicles
  • Keep accurate information regarding customer vehicles.
  • Recommended maintenance procedures to customer vehicles.
  • Performed minor services on customer vehicles
  • Provide quality service on customer vehicles
  • Perform maintenance and repair on customer vehicles Respond to customer requests and questions Operate and maintain equipment Starting wage 9.00 1.
  • Used cash register, stocked shelves, changed oil, and inspected all fluids and filters for customer vehicles.
  • Maintain Customer vehicles, perform oil changes, tire rotations, change, adjust, and clean brake components.

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17. Refill Fluid Levels

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Here's how Refill Fluid Levels is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Inspect and refill fluid levels as necessary.

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18. Automotive Services

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Here's how Automotive Services is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Communicated and responded effectively to customer questions about automotive services, located merchandise, and provided requested assistance.
  • Communicated and responded effectively to customer questions regarding automotive services, and wrote corresponding service orders correctly.
  • Performed automotive services specifically mounting, balancing and installation of tires and lubrication service.
  • Maintained and increased personal knowledge of automotive services and merchandise.
  • Communicated and responded effectively to customer questions about automotive services.
  • Communicate and answer customer questions about automotive services.
  • Communicate effectively to customers about automotive services.
  • Performed general automotive services such as oil changes, tire rotations and fluid flushes for general car care and maintenance.
  • Changed oil, serviced engine fluids, customer service* Basic automotive services such as windshield wiper replacement, etc.
  • Oil change as well as other automotive services, with focus on customer needs and expectations.
  • Perform light automotive services in a timely matter, maintain a clean and safe work environment.
  • Learned to do many recall services and brake jobs and many other general automotive services.
  • Greet Customers, provide insight on recommended services, and perform requested automotive services.
  • Learn more about automotive services and utilize product information to meet basic Customer needs.
  • Repaired and replaced engine parts, tune-ups and performed all types of automotive services.
  • Trained other employees and helped with sales of other automotive services.
  • Perform upper, low bay, and courtesy automotive services.
  • oil and fuel system services, headlight restoration, battery service and other automotive services.
  • Oil changes, tire rotation, transmission changes ,and other automotive services.
  • Learned various duties dealing with twenty two automotive services.

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19. Oil Transmission Fluids

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Here's how Oil Transmission Fluids is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Perform oil checks and oil changes in automotive vehicles, Change oil transmission fluids and maintain motor vehicle standards.
  • Execute oil checks and changes, change oil transmission fluids and preserve the standard of the vehicle.
  • Performed all lubrication services (changing oil transmission fluids, filters, belts).
  • Perform oil checks and oil changes, including oil transmission fluids.
  • Change oil transmission fluids while adhering to vehicle maintenance standards.
  • Change oil transmission fluids and maintain motor vehicle standards.
  • Perform all lubrication services (changing oil transmission fluids and filters) in a safe manner.

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20. Filter Changes

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Here's how Filter Changes is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Ensured quality of oil and filter changes by following manufacturers specifications.
  • Deal with numerous customer and used cars daily in oil changes, filter changes, tire rotations and air filter replacements.
  • Performed oil changes, tire patches, air filter changes, brake light replacement; assisted with customer service and invoicing.
  • Performed lube, oil and filter changes on all vehicles, answered customer questions both in store and on the telephone.
  • Maintain vehicles upon request of customers, oil changes, tire pressure checks, air conditioning checks, filter changes etc.
  • Oil Changes, Tire Rotations, Filter Changes, Multi-Point Inspections, Tire Replacement and Balancing, Car Washing, Janitor Duties
  • Preform light duty mechanical work, including oil changes, tire rotations, air filter changes, light bulb changes.
  • Performed services including but not limited to: oil and air filter changes, coolant flushes, and car washes.
  • Job details: Lube oil filter changes, tire services; check pressure, rotate tires, brake checks, diagnostics
  • Performed routine and preventive maintenance including oil and filter changes, tire rotations, fluid checks, and filter/belt changes.
  • Preformed oil, lube and filter changes on light vehicles along with transmission flush and filters and fuel filters.
  • Performed small tasks on automobiles such as oil changes, transmission fluid changes, air filter changes, etc.
  • Perform minor repairs and maintenance of automotive vehicles including oil, tire and filter changes on a regular basis.
  • Performed oil and filter changes, assisted customers with minor questions (resetting tire lights, testing batteries)
  • Perform preventive maintenance on customer vehicle such as oil and filter changes rotate tires Mount and balance tires.
  • Preformed oil changes transmission fluid changes change belts differential changes fuel filter changes lube Cassie's and tire rotation
  • Performed basic care and maintenance, including oil changes, radiator flushes, and air filter changes.
  • Performed lube and filter changes while providing excellent customer service, administered transmission flushes and point inspections.
  • Performed lube oil and filter changes, completed tire service, and change overs, flat repairs.
  • Conduct Lube Oil Filter changes and inspections to ensure the safety of the vehicle leaving the shop.

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21. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Performed safely use hand tools, such as impact wrenches, ratchets, sockets, jacks, and automotive lift equipment.
  • Operate overhead and floor mounted oil and grease guns, hand tools, radiator machine, tire rotation equipment, computer.
  • Use various hand tools such as socket set (metric and standard sizes), impact ratchet and impact gun.
  • Remove car mechanical units, or other components, using pneumatic hoists and jacks, pinch bars, hand tools.
  • Used a variety of electric, pneumatic and hand tools such as impacts, grinders, drills, tire machines.
  • Hammered required counterweights onto rims of wheels, and rotated tires to different positions on vehicles, using hand tools
  • Operated hydraulic jacks, buffers, drills, etc., used common hand tools to repair and service tires.
  • Required to use hand tools on a daily basis, and used dipsticks to read fluid levels.
  • Experienced doing flushes, serpentine belts, and working with power hand tools, hoists, etc.
  • Learned to use a variety of common hand tools and select air tools to perform tasks.
  • Change oil and tires using tire machinery, pneumatic tools, and hand tools.
  • Operate all hand tools and machine tools as necessary to complete maintenance and inspections.
  • Oiled, lubricated, and adjusted equipment, using hand tools and lubricating equipment.
  • Used tire changing machine, air power and hand tools needed for the job.
  • Disassembled engines and mechanical units, using hand and power tools and hand tools.
  • Used hand-held devices, testing equipment, and hand tools to perform varies duties.
  • Learned how to properly use hand tools, power tools, and air tools.
  • Use air and hand tools to repair flat tires and install new tires.
  • Operated and maintained air tools, hand tools, and electrical equipment.
  • Utilized a combination of pneumatic and hand tools for job completion.

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22. Maintenance Services

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Here's how Maintenance Services is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Performed additional preventive maintenance services-Answered questions presenting maintenance recommendations, closed sales and maintained the top side area
  • Recorded vehicle information, performed visual inspections & performed basic vehicle maintenance services.
  • Followed company procedures to perform maintenance services to most makes/models of vehicles.
  • Performed preventive maintenance services to heavy duty diesel-powered engines.
  • Recommend maintenance services based on manufacturer recommended intervals.
  • Assisted customers with selecting appropriate maintenance services.
  • Performed basic vehicle maintenance services.
  • Perform general vehicle maintenance services.
  • Performed routine maintenance services: fuel filters, transmission filters, transmission filters, radiator flushes, etc.
  • Performed various inspections and maintenance services to the undercarriage of cars and trucks in accordance with company policy.
  • Conduct routine and maintenance services, such as oil changes, tire rotations, adjust tires.
  • Conducted routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, checking all fluids and leaks.
  • Provided preventive maintenance services for customers, consisting of any and all major system flushes.
  • Conducted routine and scheduled maintenance services such as parts replacement, tire changes and tune-ups.
  • Performed maintenance services, such as completing lube, oil changes, and filter service.
  • Oil Changes, Maintenance Service, Tire Mounting & Balancing, Tire Maintenance Services.
  • Performed all maintenance services offered including oil change, lube job, etc.
  • Completed daily scheduled maintenance services and repaired tires with some safety recalls.
  • Perform preventive maintenance services including radiator, oil change transmission fluid exchanges.
  • Performed preventive maintenance services ranging from oil changes to filter and belt replacements

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23. Brake Pads

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Here's how Brake Pads is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Tire specialist mount and balancing Auto Maintenance and Repair, Brake Pads, Rotors, Oil Change Specialist, Tune Ups
  • Inspect vehicles and list additional serviceable areas including belts, hoses, brake pads, boots, and tire wear.
  • Replaced Windshield wipers, changed brake pads, Tire rotation, fixed flats, tire balancing and battery replacement.
  • Grease fittings as applicable, check brake pads, check suspension components to make sure everything is in check.
  • Changed and replaced tires, installed brake pads and rotors, preformed fluid flushes and oil changes.
  • Rotated Tires, inspected brake pads, informing customers and service writers of needed repairs.
  • Change oil, rotate/ replace tires when needed, replaced brake pads and rotors.
  • Changed oil and filter did brake pads rotated tires and all maintenance work.
  • Inspected and changed all calipers, brake pads, rotors, and drums.
  • Change rotors cut rotors and replace drum and disk brake pads or shoes.
  • Repair or replace worn parts, such as brake pads and wheel bearings.
  • Inspected vehicle battery, tire threads, and millimeters on brake pads.
  • Oil change tire rotation change brake pads install other things as assigned.
  • Measure tire depth and brake pads, check all vital fluids.
  • Rotated tires and inspected brake linings/drums and brake pads/discs.
  • Removed old brake pads and installed new brake pads.
  • Adjusted, repaired and replaced brakes and brake pads.
  • Brake pads replacement or any other needed part.
  • Rotate tires and inspect brake pads and components.
  • Rotate tires and check measure brake pads.

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24. Fluid Changes

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Here's how Fluid Changes is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Perform all fluid changes on vehicles as customer requests, check air filter, top off fluids, and vacuum vehicles.
  • Performed basic periodic maintenance such as fluid changes, battery inspections, tire rotations, and light and belt replacements.
  • Moved customers' vehicles into bays, and performed regular maintenance such as oil, filter, and fluid changes.
  • Full service oil changes on all makes of vehicles, also front and rear differential, transmission fluid changes.
  • Preform engine and transmission fluid changes with little to no supervision then scrub and vacuum the interiors of customers vehicles
  • Completed tire rotations, engine oil, coolant, transmission, transfer case, and differential fluid changes.
  • Performed basic vehicle maintenance, such as: oil and fluid changes, tire services, etc.
  • Preformed basic oil and fluid changes, and preformed brake replacement and tire changes and rotations.
  • Check all fluids and belts under hood, Perform oil changes and other vehicle fluid changes.
  • Conduct MPI inspections, fluid changes oil, flush power steering, transmission, and brake.
  • Oil changes, Radiator flushes, Drive line fluid changes, Transmission fluid and filter change
  • Performed oil and fluid changes, recharged A/C systems and rotated tires in customer vehicles.
  • Performed routine service and maintenance on customer vehicles including oil changes and all fluid changes.
  • Performed work on engines, such as oil changes, transmission fluid changes.
  • Completed all automotive fluid changes and maintenance work to company standards as needed.
  • Full service oil changes and fluid changes on most automobiles and trucks.
  • Changed and rotated tires, oil and transmission fluid changes, battery inspections
  • Perform safety point checks and fluid changes on Diesel Trucks and Equipment.
  • Performed vehicle maintenance and light care like tire rotations fluid changes.
  • Oil and Fluid Changes -- performing Inspections including identifying leaks.

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25. Basic Maintenance

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Here's how Basic Maintenance is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Carried out basic maintenance on mechanical Gardening machinery.
  • Performed basic maintenance on customer vehicles.
  • Performed basic maintenance and inspections.
  • Keep up basic maintenance on vehicles such as, Oil change, Tire mounting/dismounting, Alignments, Differential service and Trans service
  • Preformed basic maintenance on new and used cars including oil and filter changes, tire rotations, cleaning and adjusting bakes.
  • Replaced and repaired tires, performed basic maintenance of vehicles and helped to keep customers informed about issues with their vehicles.
  • Tire Replacement, Tire Repairs, Filter Changes, and other basic maintenance required to maintain a properly functioning vehicle.
  • Changed oil, coolant flushes, transmission flushes, sold products to customers, and basic maintenance on vehicles.
  • Change oil on customer vehicles as well as rotate tires and basic maintenance required with a lube technician position.
  • Worked as a Quick Lane Technician, changing brakes, oil changes, tires, and other basic maintenance.
  • Preformed basic maintenance such as oil changes, lube chassis, check and top off all engine fluids.
  • Oil changes, Tire rotations, Tire balancing, Tire replacement, New York State Inspections, Basic maintenance
  • Job duties included performing basic maintenance on vehicles such as oil changes, tire rotations and other repairs.
  • Change oil, tires, file injection cleaning, headlight restore, service battery (basic maintenance)
  • Tire replacement, repair, and rotations, oil changes, and performed basic maintenance tasks.
  • Changed oil, rotated tires, and preformed proper basic maintenance to the vehicle as needed.
  • Performed basic maintenance, mounted and balanced tires, performed alignments, brake and suspension repair.
  • Changed oil, repaired tires/ installed tires, and preformed basic maintenance of vehicles * Cleaned shop
  • Perform oil changes, transmission services, rear diff service, and all other basic maintenance.
  • Perform vehicle inspections, tire rotation, and other basic maintenance, service and simple repairs.

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26. General Maintenance

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Here's how General Maintenance is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Performed general maintenance on customer vehicles to ensure they remained in correct operational order.
  • Performed general maintenance/flushes of various Automobiles in a fast faced shop environment.
  • Performed vehicle inspections and general maintenance Assisted manager with stocking and inventory.
  • Provided general maintenance and service to Serviced Auxiliary Power Units.
  • Perform general maintenance and small repairs on customer vehicles
  • General maintenance and preventive maintenance.
  • General maintenance and safety inspections.
  • Performed general maintenance on vehicles.
  • Service TechServiced Vehicles, including oil changes, brakes, tires, suspension components, belts, and other general maintenance.
  • Change oil, oil filter, perform general maintenance, inspections, and light mechanic on all makes of vehicles.
  • General maintenance on vehicles (tire and rim replacement, oil change, tire rotation, and test drive).
  • Oil Changes, Mounted, Balanced, Rotated and Repaired all types of tires, Interior Repair Work, General Maintenance
  • Perform general maintenance such as replacing light bulbs, engine air filters, in cabin air filter and brakes.
  • Use hand and power tools to provide oil change and tire change as well as general maintenance on vehicles.
  • Preformed general maintenance of vehicle while trying to up sale work they would need in the future visit.
  • Perform general maintenance and repair on each vehicle as needed/ oil changes, tire inspection and repair.
  • Completed general Maintenance on vehicles such as oil changes, vehicle inspections, alignments and tire rotations
  • Performed general maintenance on all types of heavy duty trucks, pickups, trailers and generators.
  • General maintenance to customers vehicles, customer service, tire check and fill, general janitorial.
  • Change oil, filters, and all general maintenance service for all types of vehicles.

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27. Air Pressure

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Here's how Air Pressure is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Checked battery, tire air pressure, windshield fluid, transmission fluid and power steering fluid levels and refills as needed.
  • Changed oil and filters* Checked and changed other filters* Checked tire air pressure; rotated tires* Sold car parts* Ensured customer satisfaction
  • Changed oil, checked transmission fluid, and other fluids, inspect various belts filters and check air pressure in tires
  • Perform oil changes, grease fittings on Tractor and trailers and adjust air pressure in tires on tractors and trailers
  • Assisted with maintaining vehicle needs such as oil changes, fluid refills, air pressure checks, and fills.
  • Changed the oil and replaced tires, replacing all bolts, lugs and air pressure to factory specified torques.
  • Checked air pressure, motor oil, transmission, radiator, battery and other fluids as required.
  • Shop duties included checking air pressure, tread ware on customers vehicles insuring them a safe ride.
  • Checked Oil -Replaced Air Filters -Replaced Windshield Wipers -Checked air Pressure -Coolant Flushes -Transmission Flushes/Drain and Fills
  • Mount, dismount, air pressure checks, balancing, tire rotation and, flat repairs.
  • Checked air pressure in tires, serviced fuel, oil, transmissions, air and tires.
  • Check air pressure, fluid levels including motor oil, transmission, and radiator fluid.
  • Vacuum inside of vehicle, and check and/or adjust air pressure in tires.
  • Checked all 4 tired for proper air pressure, and adjusted if needed.
  • Inspect fluid levels, air pressure and lubricate moving parts with specified lubricants.
  • Assure the correct amount of fluids, and air pressure is in vehicle.
  • Checked air pressure of tires and lubricated moving parts with specified lubricants.
  • Check truck air pressure on tires also change oil on the APU unit
  • Check tire air pressure and/or rotate tires depending on the tire tread.
  • Examined air pressure and mounted and dismounted tires as per requirement.

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28. TLE

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Here's how TLE is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Provided exceptional Customer Service* Performed oil, tire, & battery changes* Detailed service writing* Opening/closing TLE workshop* Cash register experience
  • Adhered to all TLE uniform requirements and safety guidelines
  • Assisted disgruntled customers to help resolve dissatisfaction.
  • Work in a fast pace to dry cars vacuum cars and a little detailing of used cars.change oil brake flush recalls tires
  • Changed oil, tire repairs, mounting and balancing tires, maintained shop clean, provided a shuttle for customers.
  • Perform all services offered in the TLE department (oil changes, tire installation and rotations, etc.)
  • Drive customers to their destination in the company shuttle van as needed to cover the shuttle drivers breaks.
  • Job Title: Lube TechReason for leaving: Was offered a better job working on ship engines.
  • Perform various tasks such as changing oil, rotating tires, diagnostic work and a little apprenticeship work
  • Ensured compliance, quality assurance and monitoring safety controls of Tire Lube Express (TLE) Services.
  • Maintained in-stock by properly receiving and stocking TLE merchandise as well as regularly restocking the service area.
  • Shuttle customers home or pick customers up while their vehicle is being worked on or completed.
  • Shuttle Customers to Their Residences 7 Pick Up If Needed to Pick Up Their Vehicles.
  • Shuttle customer's to and from dealership as well as vehicles, test drives.
  • Operate company shuttle: pick up and take home customers and employees as required.
  • Serviced all Joy Miners and Joy shuttle cars to promote safe and proper functioning.
  • Stocked filters, oil bottles, wiper blades, and other items.
  • Worked hand in hand with TLE manager to handle all customer concerns.
  • Stocked Shelves in TLE area and set up displays for seasonal sales.
  • Cleaned and maintained service bay area and equipment to TLE service standards.

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29. Light Fixtures

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Here's how Light Fixtures is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Connect electrical systems to outside power sources and activate switches to test the operation of appliances or light fixtures.
  • Dismantled, cleaned and replaced light fixtures.

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30. Tune UPS

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Here's how Tune UPS is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Perform oil change services, brake inspections, brake work, tune ups, tire work, battery work and more.
  • Preformed: Oil changes, Diagnostics, Tune Ups, Customer service, Closing duties, Opening Duties, General shop maintenance
  • Provided general tune ups; brake service, tire repair & replacement, oil changes, AC service, Etc.
  • Change oil, shop help, installed security cameras, tune ups, painting, roofing, etc...
  • Shop Clean up, very basic mechanical maintenance such as oil changes, brake jobs and tune ups.
  • Check to see if there car needs any upgrades tune ups tire changes brake changes oils changes etc.
  • Performed tune ups, wheel alignments, tire rotation and basic mechanics such as brakes and ac components.
  • Changed oil and filters, replaced tires, performed tune ups, diagnosed and repaired engine related concerns.
  • Tire rotations, oil changes, tune ups, and brakes were major responsibilities of this job.
  • Tune ups, Belt changes, Basic Auto Maintenance, Change and MaintainFluids, Customer Counter Assistance.
  • Performed all lubrication, brake jobs, tune ups, and alternator activities on diverse vehicles.
  • Performed tune ups, replaced filters, and replaced spark plugs on many vehicles.
  • Change customers oil, add additive top off fluids, do tune ups.
  • Installed brakes, shocks, tires and performed tune ups and oil changes.
  • Changed oil on vehicles and did minor tune ups.
  • Complete tune ups, brake jobs and differential services.
  • Change tires oil change small recalls and tune ups
  • Performed tune ups in a timely matter.
  • Tire repair and car tune ups.
  • Front end work, tire service, tune ups, fluid exchanges, alignments.

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31. Motor Oil

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Here's how Motor Oil is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Worked to assist a team of technicians that changed motor oil, as well as checked other critical automotive fluids.
  • Changed motor oil or replaced lights or other accessories, such as windshield wiper blades or fan belts.
  • Change motor oil and inspect the vehicles, inform costumers about any issues that the vehicles has.
  • Checked various fluid levels in customer cars including motor oil, differential fluid, and transmission fluid.
  • Greet guests, top off under hood fluids, change motor oil, and perform courtesies.
  • Change motor oil as well as serpentine belts, flush transmissions and coolants.
  • Completed cash transactions, changed motor oil, and washed vehicles.
  • Tasked with changing motor oil quickly, efficiently, and safely.
  • Replaced motor oil and filter on various types of motor vehicles.
  • Lubricated vehicle, changed motor oil and checked fluid levels.
  • Lubricated vehicles, changed motor oil and antifreeze.
  • Changed motor oil and filters.
  • change motor oil, rotate tires and preform a multi-point inspections at a fast but safe pace.
  • bring the car back down and fill the engine with motor oil to the cars specifications .
  • Change oil Change tires Flat repairs Stock motor oil and tires

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32. Clean Shop

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Here's how Clean Shop is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Wash bay personnel* Wash trucks* Wash engines* Wash transmissions* Wash differentials* Clean shop, clean bath rooms, and take out trash
  • Change oil, rotate tires, clean shop, take out trash, provide quick customer service, multitasking
  • Maintain a clean shop, provide transportation for customers when needed, take information from customers when needed.
  • Clean shop swept, mopped general building and office, wiping off tools and washing other various parts.
  • Clean shop and showroom, oil changes, tire rotations, repair tires, install new tires.
  • Present recommendations to customer, present estimates, perform additional work, order parts, clean shop.
  • Clean shop, order parts when needed, bill costumers for the work that was done.
  • Clean shop, work areas, and retail area before, during, and after shift.
  • Maintained a clean shop, operated a plow truck to keep the lot clear of snow.
  • Maintained a clean shop and kept parts stocked in both the shop and in the store.
  • Change oil, tires, clean shop, replenish fluids, some experience service advising/counter work
  • Maintain a clean shop and assist line techs with anything they needed.
  • Change oil, rotate tires, clean shop area, greet customers.
  • Perform oil changes / tire repair/ tire replacement/ stock shelves/ clean shop
  • Clean shop, empty garbage, and restock shelves throughout the day
  • Helped clean shop by sweeping, power washing and floor scrubbing.
  • Clean shop during down time, opening, and closing.
  • Maintain tool inventory and an organized and clean shop area.
  • Clean shop area, remove debris, and wash floors.
  • Clean shop unload tire truck and stock tire racks.

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33. State Inspections

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Here's how State Inspections is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Maintain updated job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities monthly Accomplishments Became certified and licensed for Texas state inspections.
  • Maintain updated job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities monthly Accomplishments Received certificate for state inspections while there.
  • Performed oil change, differential service, rotate and balance tires, state inspections, set tire pressure to specifications.
  • Conducted State Inspections on vehicles and light mechanic work which consist of oil changes, various flushes, minor repairs.
  • Balance and rotate tires, change oil, vehicle state inspections and assist in adding accessories to new vehicles.
  • Executed state inspections on vehicles as well as vehicle maintenance operations such as oil changes and transmission fluid services.
  • Perform Maine State Inspections- Take Care of Quick Lube schedule- Perform Recalls as needed- Perform other repairs as needed
  • Oil changes, tire rotations, tire changes, brake repair, suspension and New York State inspections.
  • Provided basic car care services such as oil changes and tire rotation* Performed state inspections and front/rear-end alignments
  • Oil changes, tire changes, tire repairs, PDI for new and used inventory, state inspections
  • Tire rotations, Tire repairs, Texas state inspections in a timely manor for customer satisfaction.
  • Performed state inspections on vehicles based on the standards given by the State of Texas.
  • Performed lube, oil and filter jobs, issued state inspections and mounted/ balanced tires
  • Perform state inspections following state procedures and requirements for vehicle to receive inspection decal.
  • State Inspections, cashier, bank deposits, data entry, and sales.
  • State inspections, oil changes, minor repairs, balance tires, change tires
  • Inspected at minimum 15 vehicles a day for official state inspections.
  • Performed state inspections, did minor car repairs and oil changes.
  • Changed Oil, performed State Inspections, performed routine maintenance on vehicles
  • Change oil, rotate and balance wheels, perform state inspections.

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34. Windshield Wipers

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Here's how Windshield Wipers is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Replace and adjust headlights, and installed and repaired accessories, such as radios, heaters, mirrors and windshield wipers.
  • Tested and replaced batteries, mounted and balanced tires, replaced vehicle lamps and windshield wipers at customer request.
  • Change oil, replace filters, check and replace belts and hoses, replace windshield wipers and headlights.
  • Change oil, tire rotations, install headlights and windshield wipers, clean up shop, cashier.
  • Changed oil, air filter, windshield wipers, cleaned windows, and kept track of inventory.
  • Sell and install accessories, such as batteries, windshield wipers, and light bulbs.
  • Change oil, change tires, car batteries, flat repairs on tires, windshield wipers
  • Change oil, tires, batteries, lights, and windshield wipers as requested.
  • Changed worn or broken belts, horses, spark plugs, or windshield wipers.
  • Check and changed other fluids, replace windshield wipers, and exterior lights.
  • Changed oil and tires as well as checking fluid levels, windshield wipers.
  • Installed tires, batteries and windshield wipers when work orders called for it.
  • Installed and repaired automotive accessories, such as mirrors and windshield wipers.
  • General car maintenance including changing oil, tires, windshield wipers.
  • Exchanged batteries, windshield wipers and light bulbs in vehicles.
  • Changed light bulbs, windshield wipers, batteries, etc.
  • Repaired and replaced tires; replaced batteries and windshield wipers.
  • Install windshield wipers, batteries, and light bulbs.
  • Replace repair worn or damaged tires, replace windshield wipers
  • Replaced vehicle lights and windshield wipers.

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35. Vehicle Information

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Here's how Vehicle Information is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Test and install batteries while verifying and communicating vehicle information to other technicians.
  • Document customer vehicle information into the computer system.
  • Maintain accurate service tickets and vehicle information.
  • Entered vehicle information into computer system.
  • Communicated Vehicle Information to other Technicians.
  • Perform a complete vehicle courtesy inspection, capture all appropriate vehicle information and note previous damage and missing hubcaps.
  • Performed oil changes and other preventative services, greeted guests, data entry and look up of vehicle information
  • Input and retrieve customer and vehicle information into a computer data base, and program.
  • Greet customers, enter vehicle information into computer system, and assist in sales.
  • Worked through the computer system filling out vehicle information and notes on the service.
  • Document all products used and log in vehicle information into database.
  • Attended to customers providing them with vehicle information and selling services.
  • Greet attend to customers and process vehicle information into computer.
  • Inspect customers vehicle and obtain vital vehicle information.
  • Job Description Assist customers with vehicle information, oil changes, replace damaged tires, and rotations to balance the vehicle.
  • Developed and maintained a registry of all customers vehicle information specifying what work was done and by whom.
  • Verify and communicate vehicle information to other technicians.Keep tools, work area and supplies neat and organized.
  • Greeted customer's entered their personal and vehicle information into a hand held computer.
  • Conducted oil changes Entered vehicle information into the computer system Handled monetary transactions Educated customers on necessary maintenance
  • Used data entry skills to enter customer's vehicle information Oil Changes Tire changes Sales Team Lead

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36. Transmission Services

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Here's how Transmission Services is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Oil changes, transmission services, rear/front differential services, fuel filers, replace/fix tires, brakes, alignments, radiator services
  • Job Duties: Oil changes, Transmission services, Vehicle Inspections, Belt replacement, Cash out customers, Bank deposits
  • Performed routine vehicle maintenance such as; oil changes, tire rotations, transmission services, and headlight restorations.
  • Learned how to correctly use each of the new machines for air conditioning, coolant, and transmission services.
  • Provided additional services to include, Coolant service, Fuel Filter service, Rear differential services, and Transmission services
  • Perform oil Changes, transmission services, coolant flushes, rotate tires, break jobs, some trim work.
  • Perform oil changes, tire rotation, transmission services, and inspect the vehicle of any required maintenance
  • Performed oil lube changes and transmission services, tune ups, brakes, air conditioning and alternators.
  • Performed A/C, Coolant, Differentials, Brakes, engine, and Transmission services with shop equipment.
  • Performed minor services on customer vehicles, including oil changes, transmission services and coolant flushes.
  • Performed oil changes, transmission services, air intake cleaning, brake services, etc.
  • Performed basic automotive maintenance, Oil changes, Transmission services, Tire changes, Brakes etc
  • Oil changes, power steering flushes, automatic transmission services, coolant flushes, etc.
  • Provide full vehicle service to include Oil changes, differential and transmission services, etc.
  • Perform routine service on customer vehicles including oil changes, transmission services, etc.
  • Performed oil changes, transmission services, and all manner of lube orders.
  • Changed oil, differential services, transmission services, transfer case services.
  • Oil changes, tires, battery s, transmission services, alignments etc
  • Performed fuel injection, power steering, radiator, and transmission services.
  • Change oil, do transmission services as well as ac services.

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37. Walmart

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Here's how Walmart is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Received several letters written to Walmart corporate office from customers regarding excellent customer service.
  • Certified by Walmart in Customer Service relations as well as Automotive Certification.
  • Run chemical through vacuum line of vehicle to clean carbon deposits Follow established processes in performing Walmart Standardized Vehicle Maintenance Inspection.
  • Reason for Leaving: CurrentJob Description: Working at Walmart TLE requires me to maintain a clean and safe working environment.
  • Tire and Lube Tech; Serviced vehicles that came into the Walmart Automotive section.
  • Provided technical and operational support in the Tire & Lube express at Walmart.
  • Performed oil changes and remove and replace tires per Walmart policies.
  • Ensured a conduct of safety specifically upheld by the Walmart company.
  • Uphold Walmart employee standards and maintain safety on site.
  • Returned to Walmart after a short career at Midas.
  • Mount and install new tires according to Walmart standards.
  • Changed oil and tires for Walmart
  • Interacted with Customers and Associates effectively communicating the Walmart Culture.
  • Reason for leaving is to get more hrs at 7 eleven I was not receiving hrs at walmart.
  • OIL AND FILTER TECHNICIAN | WALMART | 2015-2016 Advised customers of necessary maintenance of vehicle.
  • Certified to work on customers vehicle to Walmart specifications.
  • changed oil and tires at Walmart tire shop
  • Tire lube battery oil changes lightbulb installations Second Time Around in Walmart tle
  • Clean work area.Walmart 0196 Carbondale, IL Truck Unloader
  • Provided customer service Accomplishments I was 1 of the top lube and oil techs at walmart Skills Used Strong work ethic.

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38. Greeting Customers

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Here's how Greeting Customers is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Changed oil, replaced brakes, wheel alignments, worked front desk greeting customers
  • Worked in customer service greeting customers, selling products and services.
  • Job Duties: Checking/ filling under the hood fluids, greeting customers, vaccuming cars, and washing car windows.

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39. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Perform high quality lubrication and periodic maintenance service work on heavy equipment.
  • Fueled and serviced heavy machinery* Assisted other mechanics with heavy equipment repair
  • Operated heavy equipment during site construction.
  • Change fluids in vehicles ranging from passenger cars too heavy equipment, install parts and repair motor vehicles as needed.
  • Serviced trucks, set chokers, field service work, CATS, changed log truck and heavy equipment tires.
  • Make sure all heavy equipment was ready to operate the next day, Move equipment around and work on them
  • Conducted preventative and diagnostics include diagnosing, repairing, adjusting on all forms of heavy equipment.
  • Worked as a laborer during shut down time moving and installing heavy equipment and machinery.
  • Fuel and lube heavy equipment, Pm's on equipment helping with repairs on equipment
  • Move heavy equipment, or supplies, either manually or by using a cart.
  • Service Tech * Serviced over 500 different types of heavy equipment and machinery.
  • Oil change, tire repair, heavy equipment tire, minor mechanical work.
  • Replaced parts on all types of heavy equipment, including drag lines.
  • Operate heavy equipment as required including backhoe, track-hoe and bulldozer.
  • Changed oil, filters and hoses when needed on heavy equipment.
  • Change oil, air filter, and grease on heavy equipment.
  • Manned a fuel service area for heavy equipment in the field.
  • Process orders, maintain and operate heavy equipment, inventoried lumber.
  • Assist as needed operating heavy equipment haul trucks and lowboy trailers.
  • Required to move heavy equipment such as tires and car batteries.

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40. Customers Cars

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Here's how Customers Cars is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Apply knowledge to assist customers with technical questions Explain technical diagnoses and repairs to customers Complete services to customers cars as needed
  • Helped maintain customers cars with their request all while training new and inexperienced coworkers looking to pursue the automotive career field.
  • Worked with a team of technicians on the servicing of customers cars.
  • Cut keys Drove customers cars in and out of shop.
  • Help the mechanics when not providing service on customers cars
  • Change oil in customers cars and inspect fluids.
  • Helped customers cars be ready for take off.
  • Change oil and inspect customers cars repairs.
  • Inspected and serviced customers cars.
  • Change oil, vacuum floors of the customers cars, checked all other fluid levels, and did minor repairs.
  • Change tires on customers cars Local deliveries as needed Oil changes as needed Town Fair Tire Everett, MA
  • Crushed filters, cleaned up any oil spills, locked customers cars at the end of the day.
  • Serviced various vehicles and changed various fluids on customers cars and trucks.
  • Cleaned Cars Changed Oil and did some maintenance customers cars.
  • Changed oil in customers cars Changed tires on customers cars
  • Inspected and performed routine maintenance on customers cars.
  • Make sure customers cars a cleaned properly.
  • Performed basic repairs and inspections on customers cars in a timely manner while keeping a clean work environment.
  • Write up oil changes and sell tires Check out items for customers Help carry items to customers cars
  • Tune up customers cars, stock tires, help customers find what they needed and basicwarehouse duties

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41. Brake Fluid

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Here's how Brake Fluid is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Fill and drain oil, tire rotations, brake fluid exchange, brake change, fuel filter replacement, transmission service,
  • Trained other entry level technicians to use machines that flushed coolant, transmission, and brake fluid from varying vehicle systems.
  • Check oil level as well as tires, air filters, windshield wiper and brake fluids, and engine coolant.
  • Inspect Wiper Blades, Brake Fluid Level, Engine Air Filtration, Serpentine Belt, Exterior lights, and Coolant Levels
  • Inspected and diagnosed customer cars, changed oil, transmission fluid, brake fluid and power steering fluid.
  • Changed tires, oil, transmissions, differential, brake fluid/filter grease u joints ball joints.
  • Perform coolant flush services, power steering services as well as brake fluid flush service.
  • Changed all lubes on vehicle ranging from Radiator fluid to Brake fluid plus changing oil.
  • Assisted with oil changes, brake fluid exchange, antifreeze exchange, and tire changes.
  • Assisted coworkers with brake fluid flushes and oil changes.
  • Changed oil, transmission, brake fluids.
  • Check the status of the brake fluid.
  • perform brake repair/ Brake Fluid Flush.
  • Brake fluid, Oil level, Coolant Level, Windshield Wiper Fluid, etc.)
  • Rotated tires Oil changes and greased all fittings Brake inspections: rotors, calipers, brake linings and brake fluid.
  • Service cars and trucks Change oil, transmission, coolant and brake fluids Replace brakes, axels and CV joints
  • Preformed Oil Changes & Multipoint Inspections Preformed Brake Fluid Flushes Preformed Tire Repairs & Tire Changes
  • Top off all other fluids,washer fluid,brake fluid if needed,Ect.

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42. Important Parts

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Here's how Important Parts is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Specialized in everything that includes your standard oil change, followed checklists to verify that important parts were examined.
  • Organized work records and filed reports Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined.
  • Follow checklists and company guidelines to verify that all important parts are examined.
  • Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined.Removed and replaced tires, belts, batteries and oil.
  • Vacuumed car interiors to remove dirt and debris.Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined.
  • Followed checklists to ensure all important parts are examined, including other potentially troublesome areas.

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43. Proper Inflation

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Here's how Proper Inflation is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Check and adjust all tires levels on vehicle to proper inflation.
  • Performed tire rotations, and checked tires for proper inflation.
  • Inspect tires for wear and proper inflation.
  • Check and adjust all tires levels on vehicle to proper inflation.
  • Checked and adjusted air in all tires to proper inflation.
  • Check and adjust all tires levels on vehicle to proper inflation.

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44. Vehicle Tires

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Here's how Vehicle Tires is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Check air pressure in vehicle tires, levels of motor oil, transmission fluid, cooling system, battery, etc.
  • Check air pressure in vehicle tires; motor oil, transmission, radiator, battery, and other fluids.
  • Replaced vehicle tires and batteries, performed oil changes, and stocked automotive inventory in store.
  • Check all air pressure in vehicle tires and levels of fluid and motor oil
  • Replaced automobile tires, fixed flats, balanced/rotated vehicle tires.
  • Replaced vehicle tires of all sizes with new tires.
  • Replaced, rotated, balanced and repaired vehicle tires.
  • Install, balance and rotate new vehicle tires.
  • Inspect and or change vehicle tires or repair.
  • Preformed pre-alignment checks on vehicle tires.
  • Rotated Vehicle tires per industry standards Proficiently performed TPMS relearn Demonstrated correct and proficient use of ADP computer system.
  • Change engine oil * Install vehicle tires * Greet customers Security

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45. Jiffy Lube

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Here's how Jiffy Lube is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Collaborated with Jiffy Lube to ensure smooth work flow and efficient organization operations.
  • Participated in Jiffy Lube University's Leadership Program.
  • Moved to Alexandria, VA with family was able to transfer to the Alexandria/ Mount Vernon Jiffy Lube location.
  • Transferred to Springfield Jiffy Lube location to help balance manpower between both locations.
  • Understand the full range of Jiffy Lube products and services.
  • Follow all Allied Lube and Jiffy Lube policies and procedures.
  • Trained new coworkers about Jiffy Lube and their policies.
  • Assisted with Jiffy Lube Inspections.
  • Completed state regulated automobile inspections Functioned as customer service representative and cashier Performed certified Jiffy Lube ancillary and safety services

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46. Fluid Checks

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Here's how Fluid Checks is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Performed minor maintenance on vehicles such as oil changes, tire rotations, fluid checks, filter checks, etc.
  • Show customer results of fluid checks and ask if the customer would like the items discovered serviced as well.
  • Truck washer-2000Job Duties: Minor Maintenance duties, fluid checks, break checks, from gaskets to clutches.
  • Oil changes, Tire Rotation, Fluid checks* Completing 27 point service inspection within 10-15 minutes.
  • Performed fluid checks, brake system checks, battery checks, rotate tires and perform oil changes
  • Oil changes, tire punctures, belt inspections, rotate and balance tires, fluid checks
  • Preformed fluid checks and changes, including transmission and radiator flushes and oil changes.
  • Performed fluid checks and oil changes on various vehicle makes and models.
  • Performed oil changes and other fluid checks.
  • Administered oil changes and fluid checks.
  • Oil changes, Tire Changes, Brake Checks, Flat Repairs, Fluid Checks and Replenish
  • Tire Rotation , oil change (LOF), replaced tires, balanced tire to include flat repairs and fluid checks
  • Oil changes, fluid checks, multi-point inspections, tire repair, auto detailing
  • Oil checks/changes Fluid checks/changes Tire rotationOther maintenance items required
  • Perform a variety of vehicle tasks Fluid checks Air filter replacements Maintain quality customer service

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47. Service Areas

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Here's how Service Areas is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Certified in all service areas * Performed oil change, chassis lubrication, battery and bulb installation, and tire repair/rotation/balance/installation
  • Maintain service areas and restock supplies.
  • Service Writer/Greeter:Resposible for writing work orders/Directing customers to proper service areas.

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48. Vehicle Issues

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Here's how Vehicle Issues is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Performed customer service duties interacting with customers regarding various vehicle issues and repairs.
  • Communicated with customers regarding vehicle issues and potential needs.
  • Communicated with costumers regarding vehicle issues and potential repairs.
  • Conferred with customers to obtain description of vehicle issues and to discuss work to be performed.
  • Provided feedback to customers and fellow lube techs on service and vehicle issues and recommended resolutions.
  • Test drive vehicles to narrow down possible vehicle issues that cause abnormal wear on tires.
  • Mount and balance tires, properly diagnose vehicle issues, and maintain good customer service.
  • Communicated with customers regarding vehicle issues and potential repairs while pushing sales.
  • Complete inspections and assess vehicle issues in a timely and safe manner.
  • Communicate any vehicle issues with the customer and management.
  • Diagnose, repair, correct vehicle issues.
  • Demonstrated excellent communication skills with fellow employees and management to rearrangeschedules and turnover specialty vehicle issues.
  • Serviced air conditioning/ heating/ engine-cooling and oils.Communicated with customers regarding vehicle issues and potential repairs.
  • Communicated with customers regarding vehicle issues and potential repairs.Repaired and replaced belts, hoses and steering systems.
  • Tire & Lube Tech Communicated with customers regarding vehicle issues and potential repairs

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49. Wheel Bearings

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Here's how Wheel Bearings is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Serviced disc brakes, drum brakes Repaired and replaced brake shoes, wheel bearings.
  • Performed suspension and brake work; hubs and wheel bearings.
  • Locate and correct faulty areas in the vehicle for instance the ignition, brake shoes and wheel bearings.
  • use different electronic tools to find and correct breakdown areas like the ignition and wheel bearings.
  • Check king pins, wheel bearings, drag links, tie-rods, pitman arms.
  • Replaced defective chassis parts, such as shock absorbers, balljoint suspension, brakeshoes and wheel bearings.

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50. Automotive Vehicles

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Here's how Automotive Vehicles is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Serviced automotive vehicles and performed routine maintenance.
  • Performed inspection of used tires to be re-threaded for buses, trucks, and other automotive vehicles.
  • Serviced automobiles, vans, trucks, and other automotive vehicles with lubricants and accessories.
  • Lubricated moving parts of automotive vehicles, such as automobiles, buses and trucks.
  • Repaired damaged tires of automobiles, buses, trucks and other automotive vehicles.
  • Perform Vehicle inspections, oil changes and tire repairs on automotive vehicles.
  • Diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul automotive vehicles.
  • Replaced and repaired damaged tires of all automotive vehicles.
  • Serviced automobiles, trucks and other automotive vehicles.
  • Work on and maintain automotive vehicles
  • Diagnose and repair automotive vehicles.
  • Perform oil checks and oil changes in automotive vehicles Performed draining and refilling sufficient quantity of oil in crankcase.
  • Repaired mechanical, electrical, and other defects on automotive vehicles.
  • Tire & Lube Technician: Perfom routine maintenance on automotive vehicles
  • Process oil change to automotive vehicles Answer multiple telephone lines Cashier register trained Maintain clean and organized work environment

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20 Most Common Skill for a Lube Technician

Vehicle Maintenance26%
Oil Changes14.9%
Tire Rotations11.5%
Customer Service7.6%
Light Care4.2%
Coolant Flushes3.7%
Air Filters3.7%
Lube Tech3.7%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Lube Technician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Vehicle Maintenance
Vehicle Maintenance
22.8%
22.8%
2
2
Oil Changes
Oil Changes
13.1%
13.1%
3
3
Tire Rotations
Tire Rotations
10.1%
10.1%
4
4
Customer Service
Customer Service
6.7%
6.7%
5
5
Light Care
Light Care
3.7%
3.7%
6
6
Coolant Flushes
Coolant Flushes
3.3%
3.3%
7
7
Air Filters
Air Filters
3.2%
3.2%
8
8
Lube Tech
Lube Tech
3.2%
3.2%
9
9
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
2.7%
2.7%
10
10
New Oil Filter
New Oil Filter
2.6%
2.6%
11
11
Battery Replacement
Battery Replacement
2.5%
2.5%
12
12
Engine Oil
Engine Oil
2.4%
2.4%
13
13
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
Tire Pressure
Tire Pressure
2%
2%
15
15
Vehicle Inspections
Vehicle Inspections
1.5%
1.5%
16
16
Customer Vehicles
Customer Vehicles
1.5%
1.5%
17
17
Refill Fluid Levels
Refill Fluid Levels
1.5%
1.5%
18
18
Automotive Services
Automotive Services
1.2%
1.2%
19
19
Oil Transmission Fluids
Oil Transmission Fluids
0.9%
0.9%
20
20
Filter Changes
Filter Changes
0.8%
0.8%
21
21
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
0.8%
0.8%
22
22
Maintenance Services
Maintenance Services
0.7%
0.7%
23
23
Brake Pads
Brake Pads
0.7%
0.7%
24
24
Fluid Changes
Fluid Changes
0.7%
0.7%
25
25
Basic Maintenance
Basic Maintenance
0.6%
0.6%
26
26
General Maintenance
General Maintenance
0.6%
0.6%
27
27
Air Pressure
Air Pressure
0.6%
0.6%
28
28
TLE
TLE
0.5%
0.5%
29
29
Light Fixtures
Light Fixtures
0.5%
0.5%
30
30
Tune UPS
Tune UPS
0.5%
0.5%
31
31
Motor Oil
Motor Oil
0.4%
0.4%
32
32
Clean Shop
Clean Shop
0.4%
0.4%
33
33
State Inspections
State Inspections
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
Windshield Wipers
Windshield Wipers
0.4%
0.4%
35
35
Vehicle Information
Vehicle Information
0.3%
0.3%
36
36
Transmission Services
Transmission Services
0.3%
0.3%
37
37
Walmart
Walmart
0.3%
0.3%
38
38
Greeting Customers
Greeting Customers
0.3%
0.3%
39
39
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
0.3%
0.3%
40
40
Customers Cars
Customers Cars
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
Brake Fluid
Brake Fluid
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
Important Parts
Important Parts
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
Proper Inflation
Proper Inflation
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Vehicle Tires
Vehicle Tires
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
Jiffy Lube
Jiffy Lube
0.3%
0.3%
46
46
Fluid Checks
Fluid Checks
0.3%
0.3%
47
47
Service Areas
Service Areas
0.2%
0.2%
48
48
Vehicle Issues
Vehicle Issues
0.2%
0.2%
49
49
Wheel Bearings
Wheel Bearings
0.2%
0.2%
50
50
Automotive Vehicles
Automotive Vehicles
0.2%
0.2%

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