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Top 38 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, 22.5% 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.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Lube Technician

1. Vehicle Maintenance
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Here's how Vehicle Maintenance is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Recorded vehicle information, performed visual inspections & performed basic vehicle maintenance services.
  • Suggest additional vehicle maintenance to provide continuous improvement to the customer.
  • Performed Vehicle Maintenance duties and provided Manufacture recommendations to Customers.
  • Ensured rental vehicle excellence through regular vehicle maintenance.
  • Performed regular vehicle maintenance and great customer service.
  • Detail oriented inspections per vehicle maintenance.
  • Perform vehicle inspections, vehicle maintenance, maintain product inventory, welcome, and interact with customers.
  • Performed Customer Service, Vehicle Maintenance, Cashier responsibilities, Maintained Inventory, and Oversaw bay operations.
  • Consult with customers about vehicle maintenance and best course of action with repairs.
  • Change engine oil & filters, Perform visual vehicle maintenance inspections.
  • Performed basic and minor vehicle maintenance, cashier, and cleaning
  • Perform vehicle maintenance from oil changes to transmission flush.
  • Assist in performing vehicle maintenance.
  • Execute preventative vehicle maintenance Help provide knowledgeable assistance to customers seeking a variety of services
  • reffered by several customers to do their vehicle maintenance.
  • perform oil change and vehicle maintenance in a timely manner and keep a clean work invierment
  • Performed regular vehicle maintenance and light repairs Resurfaced rotors Installed brake pads Performed transmissions flushes Installed CV boots and axles
  • Assisted customers Performed routine vehicle maintenance Radiator Service Front and back deferential services Engine Flush Analysis
  • Change Oil , Change Tires , Brakes , Batteries , & Other Minor Vehicle Maintenance .
  • Job Description Customer Service Vehicle Maintenance Lead Tech Inventory Management Stocking Maintenance of bay area

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2. Oil Changes
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Here's how Oil Changes is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Assisted with maintaining vehicle needs such as oil changes, fluid refills, air pressure checks, and fills.
  • Performed oil changes as well as small repairs, flushes, and filter service on customer and service vehicles.
  • Perform automotive oil changes, automotive installation of parts, tire installations & repair, operated cash register.
  • Performed oil changes, tires rotations, cooling system flushes, a/c system recharge, etc.
  • Rotated or changed tires on the vehicles, completed oil changes and other service orders.
  • Performed basic automotive maintenance such as oil changes, transmission flushes and tire rotations.
  • Perform over 50 oil changes per day on all car models.
  • Perform oil changes; ensure proper oil filter is used.
  • Oil changes, customer service, vacuum and window washing.
  • Oil changes, open/close, cash a customer out.
  • Performed oil changes and tire services to customer vehicles
  • Perform oil changes and tire rotations.
  • Conducted routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications and tune-ups.
  • Compleated oil changes and changed tires out.
  • Provide quality auto care and customer service Conduct oil changes, tire rotations, and other miscellaneous maintenance Maintain shop cleanliness
  • Performed oil changes and tire rotations on customer vehicles Performed basic services to customer vehicles (i.e.
  • oil changes, tire installations and rotations, etc.).
  • Greet customers Perform Oil Changes Wipe Windows and check tire pressure.
  • Answered Phones Performed Oil Changes Changed Tires
  • oil changes) Parts runner, warehouse Inventory done once a year

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3. Tire Pressure
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Here's how Tire Pressure is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Check tire pressure and levels of motor oil, transmission fluid, radiator, coolant, power steering and washer fluid.
  • Fill all fluids under the hood, check tire pressure in all cars, occasional brake work.
  • Check tire pressure, coolant level, body damages, lights, wipers, blinkers and cracked windshields
  • Change oil and top all fluid levels, as well as maintain chassis lube and tire pressure.
  • Performed routine checks and repairs of all vehicles, including checking tire pressures and fluid levels.
  • Inspect vehicles for leaks, tire pressure, oil and any other mechanical issues.
  • Check tire pressure and tread depth, as well as an all-around light check.
  • Change oil, check tire pressure, maintain other fluids in the vehicle, etc
  • Performed oil changes, checked tire pressure, replaced shocks and brakes.
  • Change oil and filters, adding fluids and checking tire pressure.
  • Tested tire pressure and filled air if required.
  • Top up fluids and tire pressure.
  • Change oil, oil filters, check tire pressure, top off all fluids, test batteries, change tires
  • Changed oil, tires, checked fluids, tire pressure, alternators, brakes, discs, and rotors.
  • Change oil, check fluids, check tire pressure, inspect tires, and rotate tires, etc.
  • Check oil level and install a new oil drain plug and a new oil filter Ensure tire pressure for proper inflation.
  • Inspected vehicles,adjusted tire pressures, topped off fluids, checked air and cabin filters for replacement, plugged tires.
  • oil and filters, check all car fluids, check tire pressure
  • Changed oil in cars Checked and repaired auto fluids Set tire pressure Operated customer service computer
  • check fluid levels, tire pressure, filters, etc.)

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4. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Conducted basic vehicle maintenance, Provided effective customer service, Assisted with shipping and receiving inventory, Upheld company policies
  • Rotate tires, change oil, provide customer service, meet deadlines, general vehicle maintenance.
  • Answered questions about company policies, cleaned all work areas and provided customer service.
  • Change oil, rotate tires, plug tires, replace wipers and customer service
  • Oil change customer service top off fluids tire change and some mechanic work
  • Provide customer service for appropriate tires for vehicles & correct batteries
  • Provided customer service and directions to customers in need.
  • Provided customer service and maintained a clean work environment.
  • Performed customer service ensuring 100% satisfaction.
  • Promote sales and general customer service functions Build a solid customer experiences
  • change oil, replace fluids, make recommendations on other services, engine troubleshooting, and excellent customer service skills.
  • Light Vehicle Maintence, Service Writing, Customer Service, Sales, General Custodial
  • Perform customer service as service advisor and recommend services.
  • Provided exceptional customer service to all clientele Performed signature oil changes, tire rotations and transmission flush ASE Certified
  • Worked in a fast past environment were customer service was our first priority on Reverse)
  • Change oil in vehicles Change and repair tires Customer courtesy and Customer Service
  • Drain and replenish oil Receives and stocks Oil and fuel filters Provides exceptional customer service Closing procedures
  • Provide customer service * Oil changes * Customer Education * Clean and maintain work areas
  • Tire rotaion * Customer service * Check and Change fluids and filters on automobiles
  • acknowledged for attendance Skills Used multi-tasking, customer service, fast learning,

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5. Air Compressors
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Here's how Air Compressors is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Rinse objects and place them on drying racks or use cloth, squeegees, or air compressors to dry surfaces.
  • Perform preventive maintenance checks and services on water pumps, air compressors, generators and light plants.
  • Maintained the equipment such as our air compressors, oil tanks and computers.
  • Operated tools and air compressors as well as cash register with proficiency.
  • Dried car surfaces using air compressors and cloths.
  • Operated many tools along with air compressors.
  • Operate pneumatic tools and air compressors.
  • Maintain servicing on cement mixers, including air brakes, airpumps, hydraulic cylinders and air compressors on diesel trucks.
  • Washed, waxed and buffed the exterior of vehicles and dried car surfaces using air compressors and cloths.
  • Operated pneumatic tools and air compressors.Removed and replaced tires, shocks, struts and brakes.
  • buffaloWashed, waxed and buffed the exterior of vehicles.Dried car surfaces using air compressors and cloths.full oil change.

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6. Preventative Maintenance
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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Performed preventative maintenance on vehicles and maintained clean work environment.
  • Recommend timely and preventative maintenance to customers.
  • Performed routine service and preventative maintenance.
  • Changed oil and other preventative maintenance
  • Performed oil changes, chassis lube, 5th wheel lube, preventative maintenance, drive train repair and tire changes.
  • Performed preventative maintenance; Maintained shop and inventory; Ongoing maintenance and repair of the equipment associated with the work group
  • Perform preventative maintenance and complete minor repairs on diesel trucks and trailers.
  • Changed oil and performed preventative maintenance on cars and tractors when necessary.
  • Complete system flushes as well as other preventative maintenance.
  • Oil Changes, Preventative Maintenance, Vehicle Inspections
  • Perform preventative maintenance on cars and trucks.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on vehicles Also perform inspections and recommend additional services
  • Performed preventative maintenance on newer vehicles in a proficient manner
  • Performed preventative maintenance performed state smog inspections
  • Skilled in performing all fluid related preventative maintenance on most vehicles ranging from hyrbrid vehicles to large-scale commercial diesel trucks.
  • change oil, grease cars, and preventative maintenance on vehicles, washed cars, and detailed cars.
  • Park vehicles Kept track of inventory and outgoing vehicles Performed preventative maintenance & customer service
  • Performed full inspection and vehicle walk around Changed oil, rotated tires Preventative Maintenance Minor electrical diagnosis
  • Oil Changes Tire Changes Preventative maintenance Minor Repairs
  • Full Time Greet customers Intake and process vehicle information Perform preventative maintenance on vehicles Return vehicles to customers

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7. Light Care
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Here's how Light Care is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Perform vehicle maintenance and light care such as oil changes and tire rotations while providing superior customer service.
  • Performed vehicle maintenance and light care like tire rotations fluid changes.
  • 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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8. Customer Vehicles
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Here's how Customer Vehicles is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Provided maintenance service to customer vehicles, service information, and recommendations to customers.
  • Performed basic maintenance on customer vehicles.
  • Performed routine maintenance on customer vehicles including oil and filter changes and mounting and balancing tires.
  • Participated as a team member maintaining and servicing customer vehicles to ensure fast expert service.
  • Changed oil and inspected customer vehicles for any faults or discrepancy's.
  • Diagnose, repair and complete accepted service on customer vehicles.
  • Performed oil changes and courtesy inspections on customer vehicles.
  • Changed motor oil and oil filters on customer vehicles.
  • Operate customer vehicles in a clean and secure manner.
  • Provided quality care for customer vehicles.
  • Inspect and troubleshoot customer vehicles Perform Maintenance and repairs on vehicles upon customer request
  • changed oil of each vehicle, visually inspected customer vehicles for damage or leaks, diagnosing vehicles
  • oil, filters and check all fluids in customer vehicles, replenish if necessary.
  • Applied maintenance on customer vehicles as well as keeping a clean work environment.
  • performed preventive maintenance services on customer vehicles, greeted customers as they arrived.
  • Perform inspections and LOF on customer vehicles Maintain shop work area
  • Performed routine maintenance of all customer vehicles (e.g.
  • Record customer information Perform requested service on customer vehicles Sell additional services/products as necessary for vehicle maintenance
  • changed oil in customer vehicles, did a 21 point inspection and assess necessary services that were needed
  • Service customer vehicles Recall & Inspection services for new & used vehicles Customer paperwork & documentation Order input / inventory management

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9. Lube
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Here's how Lube is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Change oil and lube vehicle check fluids and what is asked by the customer on their vehicle.
  • Work on and maintain various automated lube systems on pieces of equipment for coal mining.
  • Hired Has Quick Lube Technician, Change Oil & Filter on Cars & Light Trucks.
  • Performed oil and lube services and fluid maintenance on a diverse range of vehicles.
  • Perform lube oil filter services and vehicle inspections as required.
  • Perform regular lube and oil maintenance on most vehicles.
  • Performed Lube Duties and Light Maintenance.
  • Worked in the Tire/Lube dept.
  • Tire tech, lube tech, Alignment tech
  • Oil Lube Tech -Change oil on cars, and also inspect if car need any other service.
  • Specialized Fuel and Lube Technician and Driver with Class A Commercial Drivers License with hazmat endorsement.
  • Tire and Lube Technician Change oil and tires, Check and refill fluids according to manufacture recommendations
  • Tire & Lube Tech Communicated with customers regarding vehicle issues and potential repairs
  • moved up to lube foreman after a year.
  • Inspect Vehicles Change Oil/Lube vehicles.
  • Oil changes, lube differentials, axles, tire mounting, changes, repair, basic mait.
  • Service Lube Technician Performed duties as assigned on vehicle requiring preventive maintenance.
  • Transfer Driver Lube Tech Tire Rotation
  • Perform courtesy checks (air filters, hubs, power steering, , express, fleet, and lube.
  • Tire and Lube Tech * Changes oil and tires * Unload trucks * Stocks Inventory * Shop Clean-up

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10. Coolant Flushes
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Here's how Coolant Flushes is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Changed oil, coolant flushes, Transmission flushes, differential fluid exchanges, exchanged air filters, and cabin air filters.
  • Opened shop every morning, performed oil changes, diagnosed front suspension parts, alignments, coolant flushes, power steering flushes
  • Oil changes, transmission flushes, tire rotations, grease fittings, change gear box fluids, and coolant flushes.
  • Performed regular maintenance on automobiles such as: checking fluids, oil and coolant flushes, and changing air filters.
  • Changed tires, fixed flats, rotated tires, oil changes, coolant flushes, changed battery's and brakes.
  • Changed oil, coolant flushes, transmission flushes, sold products to customers, and basic maintenance on vehicles.
  • Greet Customers oil changes, check fluids, differentials flushes, transmission flushes, coolant flushes and tire rotation
  • Performed routine maintenance such as oil changes, coolant flushes, transmission, brake and gearbox/differential fluid exchanges.
  • Performed oil changes, coolant flushes, and transmission flushes on all types of vehicles.
  • Oil changes, transmission flushes, coolant flushes, fuel filters, serpentine belts.
  • Oil changes, coolant flushes, tire repairs and replacement.
  • Perform fuel systems cleaning and coolant flushes.
  • Oil changes, coolant flushes, fluids, tires, wiper blades.
  • Perform oil changes, coolant flushes, fuel filter changes, etc.
  • Change oil rotate tires multi point inspections coolant flushes and various other tasks
  • Performed oil change tranny flushes and coolant flushes.
  • Oil changes, tire work, multi-point inspection, brake flushes, coolant flushes, and pre delivery inspections.
  • Changed oil and oil filters Rotated tires and checked tire pressure Performed coolant flushes Checked and replaced fluids Customer service
  • Changed oil Mounting tires Brakes Programming keys Power steering, Transmission, and Coolant Flushes
  • Change oil Coolant flushes Brakes Brake flushes Change tires Belts General entry level duties

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11. Safety Standards
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Here's how Safety Standards is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Performed work as specified on maintenance and repair orders with efficiency and in accordance with Company policies and facility safety standards.
  • Ensured a safe and clean environment by maintaining safety standards, cleaning and keeping tools and supplies neat and organized.
  • Performed 21 point inspection on customer vehicles to ensure that those vehicles met vehicle and safety standards.
  • Inspected and monitored motor vehicles to ensure compliance with regulations and safety standards.
  • Utilize power and hand tools as needed while maintaining safety standards.
  • Adhere to all company policies, procedures and safety standards.
  • Complied with OSHA safety standards at all times.
  • Helped meet and exceed state mandated safety standards.
  • Understand and adhere to all safety standards.
  • Maintain work area cleanliness and safety standards.
  • Inspect or evaluate workplace environments, equipment, or practices to ensure compliance with safety standards and government regulations.
  • Uphold safety standards as required by the company.Supervisor: Greg Tanny (505-898-0000)Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

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12. 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.
  • Provided oil and filter services, tire repair/replacement services, service writing, and battery replacement services.
  • Oil changes, Tire replacement and repair, Battery replacement, Sales floor maintenance and Other automotive maintenance
  • Change light bulbs and wipers, battery check's, cable end cleaning & battery replacement.
  • Performed services on vehicles, ranging from oil changes, battery replacement and charging system diagnostics
  • Performed other car work, such as oil changes, battery replacement or tire rotation.
  • 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.
  • Oil changes and battery replacement Tire mounting and repairs Warehouse organization
  • Oil Changes, Tire instalation and balencing, Ball Joint replacement, Battery Replacement, & Cleaning up the shop.
  • fuel injection cleaning, headlight restoration, headlight and battery replacement,oil and filter replacement
  • Express repairs Oil service, battery replacements Brake services Accessory belts
  • Changed and added oil/fluids -Tire rotations -Battery replacements -Customer service -Washing interior/exterior of car
  • Oil Changes Oil Pan repairs and replacement Tire Installations, balancing and rotations Cut rotors and change brake pads Battery Replacements
  • Trained In - Oil changes Tire rotations Transmission Service Differential / Transfer Case Radiator Service Battery replacement Fuel filter replacement.

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13. 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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14. 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.
  • Performed automotive services specifically mounting, balancing and installation of tires and lubrication service.
  • Communicate effectively with customers about automotive services, and provide excellent customer 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.
  • Perform light automotive services in a timely matter, maintain a clean and safe work environment.
  • Oil change as well as other automotive services, with focus on customer needs and expectations.
  • Learned to do many recall services and brake jobs and many other general automotive services.
  • Repaired and replaced engine parts, tune-ups and performed all types of automotive services.
  • Learn more about automotive services and utilize product information to meet basic Customer needs.
  • Performed oil changes, transmissions/coolant flushes, tire rotations and basic 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.
  • General automotive services and maintenance General Automotive Service Repair Vehicle paint prep
  • provided automotive services such as maitenance and tire services and kept work areas clean at all times
  • overlook Lube technician department, scheduling,perform light automotive services in a timely matter.
  • Assisted Customers Received Shipments Answered Phones Daily Maintenance Oil Changes Tire Repair and Changes Other Automotive Services

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15. Brake Systems
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Here's how Brake Systems is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Replaced other vehicle parts such as parts on steering and brake systems.
  • Grease the bearings, inspect the repairs and renovation of brake systems.
  • Grease bearings, examine repairs and overhauls the brake systems.
  • Designed and developed new brake systems for older vehicles.
  • Repair, overhaul, or adjust automobile brake systems.
  • Skilled in diagnosing brake systems and engine problems.
  • Repaired brake systems after diagnosing the problem.
  • Diagnose air leaks for air brake systems.
  • Repaired and adjusted brake systems.
  • Perform Repairs on Brake Systems.
  • Diagnose and repair brake systems.
  • Replace engine air filters and cabin air filters Repair, overhaul, or adjust automobile brake systems.
  • Perform tire rotations and lube service Perform minor auto repairs, such as tune-ups and brake systems repair
  • Perform point of sale oil change, general maintenance and light repair Repair, overhaul, or adjust automobile brake systems.

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16. 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.
  • Remove car mechanical units, or other components, using pneumatic hoists and jacks, pinch bars, hand tools.
  • Use various hand tools such as socket set (metric and standard sizes), impact ratchet and impact gun.
  • Seal punctures in tubeless tires by inserting adhesive material and expanding rubber plugs into punctures, using hand tools.
  • Required to use hand tools on a daily basis, and used dipsticks to read fluid levels.
  • Assemble parts using bolts, screws, speed clips, rivets and other fasteners utilizing hand tools.
  • Lubricate machinery, vehicles, or equipment or perform minor repairs or adjustments, using hand tools.
  • Operate all hand tools and machine tools as necessary to complete maintenance and inspections.
  • Rotate tires to different positions on vehicles, using hand tools.
  • Used power tools, hand tools and precision measuring instruments.
  • Used basic hand tools to perform oil changes.
  • Use all basic hand tools to complete tasks.
  • Used various types of hand tools/hand-held power tools.
  • Used hand tools, test instruments and gauges.
  • Used hand tools to change worn cutting tools.
  • Experienced in the use of hand tools.
  • Use air tools, power tools, and hand tools To change oil, tires and batteries.
  • Used hand tools, power tools.
  • Position ply stitcher rollers and drums according to width of stock,using hand tools and gauges.Clean and paint completed tires.

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17. TLE
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Here's how TLE is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Perform all services offered in the TLE department (oil changes, tire installation and rotations, etc.)
  • Ensured compliance, quality assurance and monitoring safety controls of Tire Lube Express (TLE) Services.
  • Shuttle Customers to Their Residences 7 Pick Up If Needed to Pick Up Their Vehicles.
  • Stocked filters, oil bottles, wiper blades, and other items.
  • Provide shuttle service to/from dealership as needed.
  • Run cash register at TLE location.
  • Managed work with little supervision.
  • Fuel and throttle body cleansing.
  • Delivered Parts, Shuttle Service,
  • Last position held was a TLE TECH.
  • Trained new hires for TLE Tech.
  • Maintain composure under pressure, able to work with out little supervision.
  • Shuttle ride customers to the metro and around the rockville area.
  • Perform all services offered in the TLE(i.e.
  • Performed all services offered in the TLE (i.e.
  • Job contact: Mark Tuttle (801) 495-3800
  • Job Title: Lube Person Lube Center Inc 417 Victory blvd burbank,ca 91502.
  • Service writer an shop supervisor very little welding deliver an pick up tires from other shops Skills Used Fast past work
  • Shuttle driver , car washing , shop cleaning , Customer car parking and saving key in computer key safe .
  • Performed lube, oil and filter changes Rotate, balance, and change tires Basic Maintenance Brake Work Wash cars Shuttle service

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18. 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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19. 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.
  • Provided general tune ups; brake service, tire repair & replacement, oil changes, AC service, Etc.
  • 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.
  • Oil change, Tune ups, Windshield Repair, Emissions and Customer Service.
  • Change customers oil, add additive top off fluids, do tune ups.
  • Changed oil on vehicles and did minor tune ups.
  • Front end work, tire service, tune ups, fluid exchanges, alignments.
  • Provided services on cars, such as tune ups, oil changes, etc.
  • Change oil, tune ups, change wipers, change and balance tires
  • Oil Changes and tune ups.
  • Performed Oil Changes and routine maintenance work Performed tune ups, alignments, brake and suspension repairs
  • Performed regular vehicle maintenance tasks; oil changes, lubrications and tune ups.
  • Performed routine/scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications and tune ups.
  • Performed oil changes air filter replacements Tune ups including spark plugs and fuel filters Tire repairs including tire mounting and balancing
  • Inspect vehicles - Tune ups, brake jobs & transmission/radiator flush - Change motor oil
  • Changed Oil, Tune Ups, and Fuel Injection Repair Transmission Machine Operator Sells Greeter
  • oil changes, tire rotations, tune ups KARL MALONE TOYOTA OF DRAPER UT
  • Oil Changes Tune ups Tire changes and rotation Assisting customers Take parts to scrap yard

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20. Clean Shop
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Here's how Clean Shop is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Clean shop, work areas, and retail area before, during, and after shift.
  • 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
  • Perform detailed oil and tire changes on customer vehicles maintain a safe and clean shop
  • Change oil, rotate tires, clean shop area, greet customers.
  • Clean shop, empty garbage, and restock shelves throughout the day
  • Maintain tool inventory and an organized and clean shop area.
  • Clean shop, Maintenance equipment, Stocked supplies
  • Clean shop and do any work needed.
  • Clean shop before and after work.
  • Maintained a clean shop area.
  • Clean shop, and equipment.
  • Change oil, rotate tires, check all fluid, clean shop.
  • Change oil, And clean shop area.
  • Clean shop for inspection purposes using degreaser and corrosion prevention/control cleaner.
  • Change oil, Tires, unload tire truck , clean shop
  • Change oil tires Clean shop stock shelves
  • Perform vehicle inspections Change oil and replace filters Mount, balance, repair and rotate tires Clean shop and tools as needed
  • Change oil on cars Change tires Clean shop equipment Drive customers around Take Ford STARS tests
  • Sell and change tires Sell and change oil Cashier Stock shelves Clean shop

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Here's how State Inspections is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Performed oil change, differential service, rotate and balance tires, state inspections, set tire pressure to specifications.
  • Performed state inspections on vehicles based on the standards given by the State of Texas.
  • Perform state inspections following state procedures and requirements for vehicle to receive inspection decal.
  • State Inspections, cashier, bank deposits, data entry, and sales.
  • Performed quality inspections of vehicle repairs, and state inspections.
  • Oil changes and learned some info on NH State Inspections.
  • Performed DOT inspection on vehicles for the state inspections.
  • General Service, Tires, Alignment, State Inspections
  • Charged air conditioning systems and performed state inspections.
  • State inspections on vehicles to pass emission test.
  • Performed state inspections complying to state law.
  • State inspections Responsible for changing oil in customers cars
  • Change oil, change tires, rotate and balance tires State inspections Light mechanic work
  • Inspect vehicle for state inspections Skills Used Auto mechanic skills
  • Perform oil changes Tire rotations Conducted New York State inspections
  • Assisted mechanics Oil change technician Tire technician New vehicle inspections and state inspections
  • Brake Maintenance Serviced Transmissions Oils Changes Tunes-ups State Inspections
  • Change Oil Brake Jobs Rotate and Balance Tires Licensed Inspector for State Inspections Small Engine Work
  • General service Oil/filter changes Fluid exchange / flushes Air / cabin air filter replacement State Inspections Sales
  • Conducted Oil Changes Tire Mount/Dismount/Rotation/Repair State Inspections Break/Shocks Inspection Wheel Alignment Power Steering Flush/Break Flush Brake jobs

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22. 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.
  • Change oil, replace filters, check and replace belts and hoses, replace windshield wipers and headlights.
  • Checked Oil -Replaced Air Filters -Replaced Windshield Wipers -Checked air Pressure -Coolant Flushes -Transmission Flushes/Drain and Fills
  • Install tires, batteries, and headlights, as well as windshield wipers and air filters.
  • Changed oil, oil filters, air filters, and windshield wipers and performed transmission flushes.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Replace repair worn or damaged tires, replace windshield wipers
  • Changed oil, air filters, and windshield wipers.
  • Change oil, tires, and windshield wipers.
  • changed windshield wipers, air filters, cabin filters, inspect all four tires and put them to the proper psi.
  • Serviced vehicles by changing oil to repairing flat tires and balancing and inflating tires changed batteries headlights bulbs windshield wipers.
  • vacuum cars floors, clean cars windows, change windshield wipers
  • Rotate tires oil changes Install tires Install batteries Install windshield wipers etc

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23. 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
  • Provided additional services to include, Coolant service, Fuel Filter service, Rear differential services, and Transmission services
  • Performed routine vehicle maintenance such as; oil changes, tire rotations, transmission services, and headlight restorations.
  • Performed minor services on customer vehicles, including oil changes, transmission services and coolant flushes.
  • Performed basic automotive maintenance, Oil changes, Transmission services, Tire changes, Brakes etc
  • Performed fuel injection, power steering, radiator, and transmission services.
  • Change oil, do transmission services as well as ac services.
  • Perform oil changes, transmission services, differential services, etc
  • preformed oil changes, transmission services, power steering flushes, fuel injector services and engine flushes on customer's vehicles.
  • perform light maintenance on vehicles such as oil changes, transmission services, gear oil flushes, and light bulb replacements.
  • Performed general required maintenance including oil changes, differential services, transmission services, coolant services, and power steering services.
  • Oil changes, transmission services, coolant services and basic maintenance I have worked here for over 14years.
  • Oil changes, tire replacement and repairs, transmission services, coolant flushes, and vehicle inpections
  • Provided oil changes, transmission services, coolant services, tire rotations * Basic engine performance maintenance * A/C recharge service
  • Cashier / open and close shop Tune ups / Oil Changes Brakes Transmission Services / Radiator Service
  • Performed Pre-delivery Inspections (PDIs), fuel injection, and transmission services.
  • Oil Changes - Transmission services - Differential services - Radiator services
  • Performed oil changes Greasing/lubing chassis Tire rotation Performed coolant and engine flushes Performed differential services and transmission services
  • Oil changes Tire rotations Tire patches Software updates Transmission services Battery replacement
  • Oil lube and filter Brake work Transmission services AC recharge Rear and front differential services Transfer case services

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24. 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.
  • 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.
  • Ensured a conduct of safety specifically upheld by the Walmart company.
  • Performed oil changes and remove and replace tires per Walmart policies.
  • Uphold Walmart employee standards and maintain safety on site.
  • Mount and install new tires according to Walmart standards.
  • Returned to Walmart after a short career at Midas.
  • 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
  • March 2015 Walmart - Cumming, AL Still working here.
  • Tire Lube Express, Walmart October 2015 Present Assisted in welcoming customers and determining customer service needs.
  • Provided customer service Accomplishments I was 1 of the top lube and oil techs at walmart Skills Used Strong work ethic.
  • Set up the inside of the Springfield Walmart after being built gondolas clothing racks pegs on pegboards ect

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25. Inspect Parts
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Here's how Inspect Parts is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Inspect parts, equipment, or vehicles for cleanliness, damage, and compliance with standards or regulations.
  • Used measuring instruments to inspect parts.

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26. 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.
  • Change fluids in vehicles ranging from passenger cars too heavy equipment, install parts and repair motor vehicles as needed.
  • Conducted preventative and diagnostics include diagnosing, repairing, adjusting on all forms of heavy equipment.
  • Possess basic mathematical skills, alphabetical skills, and working knowledge of heavy equipment machines.
  • Move heavy equipment, or supplies, either manually or by using a cart.
  • Fuel and lube heavy equipment, Pm's on equipment helping with repairs on equipment
  • Oil change, tire repair, heavy equipment tire, minor mechanical work.
  • Operate heavy equipment as required including backhoe, track-hoe and bulldozer.
  • Required to move heavy equipment such as tires and car batteries.
  • Change oil, air filter, and grease on heavy equipment.
  • Completed light repairs on heavy equipment out in the field.
  • Perform pm service on all types of heavy equipment.
  • Operate heavy equipment, including forklifts and pallet jacks.
  • Oil services on passenger, semi and heavy equipment.
  • Drive Lube truck and fueled heavy equipment.
  • Installed auto live systems on heavy equipment
  • Change oil in heavy equipment.
  • Changed all oils in heavy equipment, check back logs Cleaned cabs of equipment, and kept the truck shop clean.
  • perform preventive maintenance on cement trucks, dump trucks and other heavy equipment, sand and gravel vehicles.
  • grease heavy equipment, trucks, and trailers.

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27. 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.
  • 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.

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28. Proper Inflation
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Here's how Proper Inflation is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Checked and communicate oil level to other teammates while ensuring tire pressure for proper inflation.
  • Check and adjust all tires levels on vehicle to proper inflation.
  • Performed tire rotations, and checked tires for proper inflation.
  • Ensured accurate tire pressure for proper inflation.
  • Inspect tires for wear and proper inflation.
  • Set tire pressure to proper inflation.
  • Check tire pressure for proper inflation.

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29. Fluid Checks
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Here's how Fluid Checks is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Performed routine and preventive maintenance including oil and filter changes, tire rotations, fluid checks, and filter/belt changes.
  • 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 punctures, belt inspections, rotate and balance tires, fluid checks
  • Preformed fluid checks and changes, including transmission and radiator flushes and oil changes.
  • TIRE LUBE EPRESS The job focused around fluid checks and basic maintenance.
  • Performed fluid checks and oil changes on various vehicle makes and models.
  • Oil changes, tire rotations and fluid checks of customer vehicles.
  • Job focused around fluid checks and basic maintenance.
  • Performed oil changes and other fluid checks.
  • Administered oil changes and fluid checks.
  • Conducted fluid checks and basic maintenance.
  • Oil changes, Tire Changes, Brake Checks, Flat Repairs, Fluid Checks and Replenish
  • Oil changes, fluid checks, tire checks.
  • 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
  • Change brake rotors and brake pads * Tune-ups * Fluid Checks
  • 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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30. Service Area
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Here's how Service Area 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
  • Monitored service area for signs of shrink and potential safety/security risks.
  • General maintaining and upkeep of service area
  • Ensured safety practices were followed in service area, such as securing bay chains, wearing safety glasses, etc.
  • Maintained a safe work environment through cleanliness and identifying unsafe working conditions on the sales floor and service area.
  • Maintained in-stock by properly receiving and stocking TLE merchandise as well as regularly restocking the service area.
  • Ensured all safety practices were followed and all equipment was used properly within the service area.
  • Clean and maintain service area equipment and keeping tools and supplies neat and organized.
  • Clean the service area before closing and close the area once time.
  • Maintain in-stock inventory, by properly receiving and restocking service area.
  • Manned a fuel service area for heavy equipment in the field.
  • Open the service area if necessary and clean the floors.
  • Ensured a safe, clean and secure service area.
  • Drive vehicles in and out of service area.
  • Maintain service areas and restock supplies.
  • Service Writer/Greeter:Resposible for writing work orders/Directing customers to proper service areas.
  • Performed general cleaning and upkeep of the service area.Assembler
  • Maintain customer service, handled customer complaints as well making sure thecustomer left the service area satisfied.
  • Alsoinsured the shop equipment was working properly and made certain the service area contained no safetyconcerns.

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31. Wheel Bearings
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Here's how Wheel Bearings is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Repair or replace some defective suspension parts, disc brake pads, rotors or wheel bearings, axles.
  • Serviced disc brakes, drum brakes Repaired and replaced brake shoes, wheel bearings.
  • Repair or replace defective ball joint suspensions, brake shoes, or wheel bearings.
  • Repair or replace worn parts, such as brake pads and wheel bearings.
  • Performed suspension and brake work; hubs and wheel bearings.
  • Repaired and replaced brake shoes, 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.
  • Repair and replace defective balljoint suspensions, brake shoes, 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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32. Automotive Vehicles
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Here's how Automotive Vehicles is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Serviced automotive vehicles and performed routine maintenance.
  • Perform oil checks and oil changes in automotive vehicles, Change oil transmission fluids and maintain motor vehicle standards.
  • Perform minor repairs and maintenance of automotive vehicles including oil, tire and filter changes on a regular basis.
  • Serviced automobiles, vans, trucks, and other automotive vehicles with lubricants and accessories.
  • Lubricated moving parts of automotive vehicles, such as automobiles, buses and trucks.
  • Perform lube, oil, and filter changes on a variety of automotive vehicles.
  • Repaired damaged tires of automobiles, buses, trucks and other automotive vehicles.
  • Performed oil changes and basic maintenance on all sorts of automotive vehicles.
  • Perform oil checks and oil changes in a variety of automotive vehicles.
  • Performed NC state inspections on a variety of automotive vehicles.
  • Diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul automotive vehicles.
  • Execute oil changes and checks in automotive vehicles.
  • Serviced automobiles, trucks and other automotive vehicles.
  • Work on and maintain automotive vehicles
  • Diagnose and repair automotive vehicles.
  • General maintenance of automotive vehicles Activities
  • 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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33. Service Orders
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Here's how Service Orders is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Communicated and responded effectively to customer questions regarding automotive services, and wrote corresponding service orders correctly.
  • Changed oil, cleaned up the shop, helped maintain oil products and inventory, followed service orders as directed.
  • Recorded service orders for customer's vehicles, changed engine oil, cashier, customer service and stocked merchandise.
  • Greet patrons with friendly approach, assess service needs, and prepare service orders based on customer requests.
  • Provided customer service, including writing service orders, answering customer questions, and completing financial transactions.
  • Used customer service skills to write service orders and sell other recommended services and products.
  • Process all TLE Service Orders and operate cash register when needed.
  • Organize and log paperwork and service orders for company records.
  • Write up the service orders for oil/lube or tire service.
  • Processed all TLE Service Orders and operated the TLE Register.
  • Received and responded quickly to service orders from Production Manager.
  • Utilize hand-held device to write service orders for incoming customers.
  • Read service orders and completed all services as specified.
  • Prepped service orders on the internal computer system.
  • Obtained service orders from Salesman or Production foreman.
  • Processed service orders and used register when required.
  • Created service orders detailing the problems reported.
  • Help certified technicians with service orders.
  • Write up customer service orders Perform routine oil changes Overhaul, change, fix, and adjust tires Daily maintenance of facility
  • Preform oil changes write a service orders for tire and oil changes Flat tire repair Tire replacement

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34. Safe Environment
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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Insured clean and safe environment by practicing and maintaining safety standards, maintenance and cleanliness as required.
  • Ensured a safe environment through maintaining cleanliness and identifying all unsafe working conditions in services area.
  • Up kept cleanliness and organization by maintaining a safe environment.
  • Ensured a clean and safe environment by maintaining safety standards.
  • Maintained a clean and safe environments for customers and employees
  • Worked in a clean and safe environment.
  • Maintained clean and safe environment.
  • Keep a clean and safe environment General service and inspections Repair and replace tires

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35. Future Problems
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Here's how Future Problems is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Communicated effectively with customers on future problems and repairs.
  • Report any and all damages, defects, or possible future problems found on equipment to supervisor or customer.
  • Communicated effectively with customers on future problems and repairs that might need to be addressed.
  • Perform requested and standard services and look for any current or future problems.
  • Executed scheduled and routine maintenance on vehicles for services including tune-ups, oil changes and lubrications to prevent future problems.

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36. Balance Wheels
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Here's how Balance Wheels is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Check all fluid levels, tire rotations, balance wheels, and install new tires and TPMS sensors on rims.
  • Change oil and oil filters, replace and rotate tires, mount tires and balance wheels, replace batteries
  • Change oil, Rotate and Balance Wheels, Alignments, assist in heavy transmission work and engine swaps
  • Place wheels on balancing machines to determine counterweights required to balance wheels.
  • Install tires on wheels and balance wheels using a bolt plate.
  • Change oil, rotate and balance wheels, perform state inspections.
  • Change tires, balance wheels, rotate tires, torque lug nuts to vehicle specs.
  • Work with the public, change, rotate, and balance wheels and tires.
  • Replaced shock absorbers, checks & balance wheels, and checks for proper tire alignment.
  • Change tires and balance wheels Write up service tickets Change oil and filters Performed general maintenance on customer vehicles
  • Perform oil changes and battery tests Multipoint inspections Mount and balance wheels
  • Balance wheels Replaced and repaired damaged tires Service Engine Greet Customers
  • change oil -mount and balance wheels and tires -flush radiator & rear differential -service brakes -perform alignments

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37. Pneumatic Systems
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38. Necessary Repairs
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Here's how Necessary Repairs is used in Lube Technician jobs:
  • Reported all necessary repairs to service consultant.
  • Provide customer service and make technical recommendations to ensure necessary repairs are completed to facilitate the safe usage of vehicles.
  • Performed necessary repairs on vehicles including: transmissions, exhaust, alignments, struts and shocks.
  • Inspect vehicles for damages and any necessary repairs that needed to be made.
  • Inspect and make necessary repairs on tires for the tractors & trailers.
  • Inspect vehicles for damages so that necessary repairs can be made.
  • Suggested and offered any necessary repairs to vehicles found through inspection.
  • Inspected vehicles and reported all necessary repairs to service consultant.
  • Trouble shooting on all vehicles making necessary repairs as required.
  • Do all necessary repairs and tire replacements.
  • Inspect and test new vehicles for damage and record findings so that necessary repairs can be made.
  • Perform D.O.T Inspections, and make necessary repairs.
  • Change oil, Lights and batteries * Mount, balance, repair, and rotate tires * Check Vehicles for necessary repairs
  • Responsibilitiesperformed necessary repairs to company fleet of truck and trailers.Accomplishments d.o.t.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Lube Technician

Vehicle Maintenance

23.6%

Oil Changes

21.0%

Tire Pressure

13.0%

Customer Service

7.2%

Air Compressors

4.8%

Preventative Maintenance

4.2%

Light Care

3.8%

Customer Vehicles

3.6%

Lube

3.6%

Coolant Flushes

3.4%

Safety Standards

2.8%

Battery Replacement

2.6%

Refill Fluid Levels

1.5%

Automotive Services

1.2%

Brake Systems

1.0%

Hand Tools

0.6%

TLE

0.5%

Light Fixtures

0.5%

Tune UPS

0.5%

Clean Shop

0.5%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Lube Technician

Rank Skill
1 Vehicle Maintenance 22.5%
2 Oil Changes 20.0%
3 Tire Pressure 12.4%
4 Customer Service 6.9%
5 Air Compressors 4.6%
6 Preventative Maintenance 4.0%
7 Light Care 3.7%
8 Customer Vehicles 3.5%
9 Lube 3.4%
10 Coolant Flushes 3.2%
11 Safety Standards 2.7%
12 Battery Replacement 2.5%
13 Refill Fluid Levels 1.4%
14 Automotive Services 1.2%
15 Brake Systems 1.0%
16 Hand Tools 0.6%
17 TLE 0.5%
18 Light Fixtures 0.5%
19 Tune UPS 0.5%
20 Clean Shop 0.4%
21 State Inspections 0.4%
22 Windshield Wipers 0.4%
23 Transmission Services 0.3%
24 Walmart 0.3%
25 Inspect Parts 0.3%
26 Heavy Equipment 0.3%
27 Important Parts 0.3%
28 Proper Inflation 0.3%
29 Fluid Checks 0.3%
30 Service Area 0.2%
31 Wheel Bearings 0.2%
32 Automotive Vehicles 0.2%
33 Service Orders 0.2%
34 Safe Environment 0.2%
35 Future Problems 0.2%
36 Balance Wheels 0.2%
37 Pneumatic Systems 0.2%
38 Necessary Repairs 0.2%
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