Top Mechanic Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Mechanic. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Mechanic resumes they appeared on. For example, 20.7% of Mechanic resumes contained Customer Vehicles as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Mechanic actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Customer Vehicles

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Here's how Customer Vehicles is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Provide complete precise repair estimates Complete repairs on customer vehicles in a timely and professional manner
  • Provided general auto mechanic service on customer vehicles, including engine service
  • Repaired customer vehicles and insured quality parts were properly installed.
  • Repaired customer vehicles and preform NYS safety and emission inspection
  • Repaired and maintained customer vehicles and provided customer service.
  • Diagnosed mechanical and electrical problems and repaired customer vehicles.
  • Installed and fabricated selected accessories to customer vehicles.
  • Diagnosed and repaired customer vehicles and routine maintenance.
  • Repaired Customer vehicles and inspected used vehicles.
  • Perform retrofits on early production customer vehicles.
  • Repaired Customer Vehicles on a Daily Basis
  • Preformed preventive maintenance on customer vehicles.
  • Inspected and serviced all customer vehicles
  • Run Diagnostics and repair customer vehicles
  • Performed Department of Transportation 90-day and annual inspections on company and customer vehicles, as well as logging and filing information.
  • Change oil* Rotated tires* Breaks & alignments* Engine & Transmission repair* Electrical repair* GM training in process of completion* Maintaining customer vehicles
  • Work on customer vehicles, Clean and take care of shop, up sell and cross sell, taking inventory, cashier
  • Perform basic repairs on customer vehicles, alignments, suspension and steering components, services, and cooling system repairs.
  • Make sure quality work is done in a professional and timely manner according to vehicle specifications on all customer vehicles.
  • Performed minor and major routine maintenance and intermediate services on customer vehicles, in addition to primary Lube Tech responsibilities.

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2. Order Parts

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Here's how Order Parts is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Possessed the ability to accurately order parts from company vendors.
  • Order parts from various vendors to replenish parts department, control parts inventory by increasing or decreasing inventory by parts use.
  • Cut out CV joints, U-joints, and Spleens with cutting torch Order parts and restock warehouse Ship and receive orders.
  • Learned how to diagnose and repair a multitude of equipment, record all labor and resources, research and order parts/materials
  • Maintain and run shop, order parts as needed to perform repairs, and keep equipment out in the field.
  • Sell auto parts to customers, give out parts to mechanics, order parts, and do parts inventories.
  • Submitted end of the month reports, track work orders, order parts and keep maintenance history of equipment.
  • Diagnose and repair of all make and models of vehicles order parts along with custom fabrication of parts and installs
  • Diagnose problem with tools, order parts, repair and install new parts in tools and retest for completion.
  • Conduct road tests; determine parts requirements, order parts and review paperwork for errors for each vehicle repaired.
  • Fix and maintain White fleet (Gas operated Vehicles), order parts for shop, clean and maintain shop
  • Diagnose and repair automobiles * Assist in state inspections * Input invoices, order parts, and customer billing
  • Order parts and maintain an up to date count on all inventory of tires and other various parts.
  • Repair on tractors and construction equipment order parts and troubleshoot equipment order parts and make necessary repairs,
  • Shop foreman/mechanic duties order parts fix and repair trucks and equipment as needed and keep service records,
  • Answer phones, order parts, run parts, power washing and fulfill any requests by management.
  • Order parts that are needed to repair trucks so that the truck may be shipped to customers.
  • Received non-routine maintenance tasks from Team Lead and coordinated with supply to order parts when required.
  • Out Source work when needed, order parts and keep management informed of all down equipment.
  • Change the oil worked on cars rebuilt engines ground valve surface heads order parts and customer care

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3. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Manage preventative maintenance on equipment and observe all equipment for degraded performance using routine inspections, maintenance rounds and diagnostic equipment.
  • Performed routine preventative maintenance ensuring machines and equipment run smoothly, promoting safe and efficient operation of building and distribution systems.
  • Decreased shop expenditures by implementing needed controls on preventative maintenance, parts/supplies and standardizing procedures for all shop locations.
  • Possess specialized knowledge of military vehicles; therefore independently repair and perform preventative maintenance functions on MTVR vehicles.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on production equipment advising of potential failures and making recommendation to improve equipment operations.
  • Recommended any preventative maintenance services, perform courtesy inspection of vehicle and made recommendations accordingly.
  • Perform preventative maintenance activities and document procedures to ensure longer equipment life and minimize downtime.
  • Maintained, identified, executed and completed monthly, quarterly and annual preventative maintenance.
  • Serviced semi-trucks and trailers, preventative maintenance inspections, diagnosed and repaired various problems.
  • Conducted preventative maintenance procedures; conducted on-the-job training; completed maintenance forms and records.
  • Performed daily preventative maintenance and made minor repairs and adjustments to equipment and attachments.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on all equipment, effectively reducing downtime due to mechanical failure.
  • Completed periodic/preventative maintenance on fleet of equipment; repairs helped company maintain contracts.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on forklift units, including monthly tune-ups and preventative repairs.
  • Perform routine and preventative maintenance to company aircraft in a hangar overnight environment.
  • Conduct preventative maintenance and general repair in a professional and timely manner.
  • Execute preventative maintenance program for several thousand pieces of mechanical inventory.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on powered and non-powered AGE using technical data.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on all vehicles as outlined per maintenance schedule.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on all machines to ensure proper working operations.

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4. Oil Changes

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Here's how Oil Changes is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Oil changes-Radiator flushes-Engine swaps-Engine repair-Transmission swaps
  • Job Duties: Perform tune-ups, engine replacements, Transmission removal/ install, oil changes, lube service and computer diagnostics.
  • Perform basic maintenance on vehicles, oil changes, transmission fluid change, transmission removal and installation, spark plug replacement.
  • Processed order assignments for oil changes, tires replacement and balance * Assisted with state vehicle inspection accordingly to state regulations.
  • Performed routine car maintenance including but not limited to: oil changes, tire rotations, filter changes, etc.
  • Worked on vehicles doing everything from oil changes, to re-building the top half of motors and everything in between.
  • Performed tune ups, oil changes, brakes, and front end alignment on turf machines and golf carts.
  • Perform oil changes, Brakes, All basic mechanics; keep track of work invoices, schedule repairs.
  • Handled oil changes, brake replacements, tune-ups, and all other automotive repairs as requested by clients.
  • Performed tune ups, oil changes, tire changes, brake changes, and other routine automotive servicing.
  • Complete preventive maintenance such as, oil changes, tire rotation, wheel balancing, and tire replacement.
  • Performed alignments, oil changes, wheel balancing, brake repairs and replacement, and AC repair.
  • Oil changes, brake jobs, transmission flushes, suspension work, engines / routine automotive maintenance.
  • Job Duties: I worked as a mechanic changing tires/ oil changes/ and alignments and break jobs.
  • Handled the responsibilities of oil changes, vehicle repair, radiator repair, vehicle diagnostic problems.
  • Test drives, inspection stickers, oil changes, tune-ups, brake pad and rotter repairs.
  • Perform regular maintenance for a variety of small engines including tune up's and oil changes.
  • Performed full service oil changes, radiator flush and fills, transmission fluid and filter replacement.
  • Perform Alignments, basic tune-ups, repair front ends, and perform lube and oil changes.
  • Perform oil changes, brake jobs, engine modifications, Remove and replace engines, transmissions.

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5. Diesel Engines

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Here's how Diesel Engines is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Diagnosed malfunction and performed and supervised corrective maintenance on diesel engines and power generating units.
  • Performed routine/non-routine inspections and maintenance on all equipment to include gas and diesel engines.
  • Maintained/inspected diesel engines, repaired or replaced all replacement parts in a quality/timely manner.
  • Experience on General Motors 6.2L and 6.5L naturally aspirated/turbocharged diesel engines.
  • Repaired diesel engines on refrigeration units in refrigeration trailers.
  • Perform all major/minor mechanical repairs on gas/diesel engines.
  • Repaired industrial diesel engines and heavy commercial vehicles.
  • Repaired diesel engines including computer diagnostics and repairs.
  • Diagnosed and repaired electronic diesel engines.
  • Repaired engines and components on diesel engines
  • Repaired mechanical problems on diesel engines.
  • Diagnosed and repaired all types of components including gas and diesel engines, hydraulic pumps, motors, cylinders and valves.
  • Perform assemble, and adjustment of various types of combustion powered gas/diesel engines at various work stations on an assembly line.
  • Job Duties: Troubleshoot and repaired tractors, backhoes, skid steers, hydraulic gas, diesel engines and electrical engines.
  • Replace Ford F-250-350-450-550 Diesel engines and transmissions in times that is under the labor rate guide specified by Ford Motor Company.
  • Perform preventive Maintenance and repairs on all heavy duty and light duty equipment and vehicles such as gas and diesel engines.
  • Disassembled and overhauled internal combustion engines, diesel engines, pumps, generators, transmissions, clutches, and rear ends.
  • Read an interpreted applicable technical manuals, publications, blue prints, schematics, on all gasoline and diesel engines.
  • Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic....work everything from Diesel Engines to Generators....learn how to assemble and disassemble weapons....
  • Diagnose engine failures which at times entails the complete tear down and rebuild of natural gas and diesel engines.

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6. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired computers systems such as ECM, also electrical troubleshooting, hydraulic troubleshooting and power train troubleshooting specifically to heavy equipment.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of operational characteristics of automotive and heavy equipment, operational characteristics of electronic fuel and computer-controlled systems.
  • Experienced Heavy Equipment Mechanic and Automotive Mechanic for Flour Daniel at Monsanto Chemical Plant in Cantonment Florida.
  • Received customer work orders and made modifications as necessary to all types of heavy equipment
  • Experienced in Relocation of Heavy Equipment, Fabrication and Preventive Maintenance.
  • Repaired and maintained heavy equipment; transitioned from helper to full mechanic
  • Maintained proper working ability of most military heavy equipment.
  • Repaired heavy equipment, delivery, customer interaction and maintenance
  • Repaired heavy equipment as needed and performed routine maintenance.
  • Specialized in corrosion treatment/prevention and paint/finish of heavy equipment.
  • Repaired and maintained heavy equipment and all refinery vehicles
  • Maintained numerous auto and diesel heavy equipment machinery.
  • Performed engine and hydraulic troubleshooting on heavy equipment.
  • Diagnose and repair heavy equipment for equipment dealership
  • Performed services and welding on heavy equipment
  • Customized parts to adapt to heavy equipment
  • Labored/Assisted with repairs to heavy equipment.
  • Performed daily tasks on heavy equipment efficiently
  • Operated heavy equipment when transporting materials.
  • Repaired/maintained cranes and heavy equipment.

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7. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Dismantled machines and removed parts for repair, using hand tools, chain falls, jacks, cranes, or hoists.
  • Adjusted functional parts of devices and control instruments by using hand tools, levels, plumb bobs, and straight edges.
  • Handle tasks of maintaining heavy construction equipment, installing or replacing other related equipment or machinery with power and hand tools.
  • Create precision sheet metal parts from blueprints for MD900, MD600 and MD500 helicopters using hand tools, brakes and shears.
  • Used various hand tools, power tools, gauges, precision measuring equipment, and testing equipment on a regular basis.
  • Fill depressions with body filler and files, grinds, and sands repaired surfaces, using power tools and hand tools.
  • Use a variety of hand tools, measuring instruments such as micrometers, dial indicators, torque wrenches, etc.
  • Replaced or repaired worn, defective, or damaged components, using hand tools, gauges, and testing equipment.
  • Use of hand tools and power tools for the reconditioning of Network Protector Switches (NWP) and Underground Transformers.
  • Diagnose and repair problems with diesel and gas burning engines Dismantle and reassemble heavy equipment using hoists and hand tools.
  • Adjusted functional parts of devices or control instruments, using hand tools, levels, plumb bobs, or straightedges.
  • Utilized a variety of power and hand tools to lay out, machine, and assemble a variety of parts.
  • Handle the task of repairing and replacing defective or damaged components by using gauges, hand tools and testing equipment.
  • Assemble components such as switches, electrical controls, and junction boxes, using hand tools and soldering irons.
  • Mount compressor and condenser units on platform or floor, using hand tools and following blueprints or engineering specifications.
  • Used hoists, hand tools, test instruments, computerized test equipment, calibration tools, micrometers and gauges.
  • Adjusted, aligned, and calibrated aircraft systems, using hand tools, gauges, and tested equipment.
  • Handled tasks of assembling and installing electrical wiring, apparatus and fixtures using power tools or hand tools.
  • Remodeled the diesel engines using components such as standard charts, hand tools, hoists and welding equipment.
  • Utilized advanced skills in welding, metal fabrication, carpentry, masonry, power, and hand tools.

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8. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Service internal combustion engine ignition/fuel/cooling/electrical systems.
  • Conducted inspections, repaired engine failures and mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions, and repaired any needed body damage.
  • Conducted inspections, repaired engine failures, repaired mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions and replaced parts & components.
  • Repaired and serviced air conditioning, heating, engine-cooling, and electrical systems in adverse environmental conditions.
  • Maintained and repaired motorcycles along with diagnosed mechanical and electrical systems in a very timely manner.
  • Performed maintenance and overhaul of major mechanical and electrical systems on all types of military vehicles.
  • Performed installations, modifications and tuning of suspension, braking and electrical systems.
  • Initiated regular diagnostic testing on hydraulic and electrical systems using standard test equipment.
  • Performed corrective maintenance on hydraulic, mechanical, and electrical systems.
  • Install addition electrical systems and correct electrical problems as needed.
  • Repaired and maintained hydraulic and electrical systems for self-propelled Howitzers.
  • Repaired lighting systems, inspected electrical systems for unsafe conditions.
  • Performed preventive maintenance inspections & tested various electrical systems.
  • Developed an understanding of different mechanical and electrical systems.
  • Identify problems and troubleshoot electrical systems using wire schematics.
  • Specialized in diagnosis and repair of electrical systems.
  • Diagnosed and replaced total mechanical and electrical systems.
  • Repair electrical systems utilizing electronic test equipment.
  • Specialized in diagnosing electrical systems and modules.
  • Maintained electrical systems on heavy-duty equipment.

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9. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Company Name: Cycle Concepts Primary Responsibilities: Custom Fabrication, complicated installs and customer service, motorcycle electronics.
  • Contributed to the profitable operation of this business by displaying exceptional customer service skills.
  • Trained Fire/Hole Watcher Sales and Customer Service: Telemarketing experience of approximately 20-30 months.
  • Contributed to repeat business and referrals by strong customer service and effectiveness of repairs.
  • Provide excellent customer service by performing timely and efficient repairs on domestic vehicles.
  • Disassembled salvaged vehicles and ordered parts in customer service at a manufacturing company.
  • Developed client relationships and earned a reputation for delivering great customer service.
  • Provided exceptional customer service, cultivating loyalty and ensuring our stellar reputation.
  • Show cased customer service skills by advising services needed and ensuring customer satisfaction
  • Possessed a professional appearance, positive attitude and provided uncompromising customer service.
  • Provided exemplary customer service, answered phones and completed billing statements.
  • Provided customer service by completing work orders and giving labor estimation.
  • Maintained an excellent customer service satisfaction rate with virtually zero comebacks.
  • Provided high quality customer service resulting in excellent customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service skills to avoid customer cancellations.
  • Provide excellent customer service by minimizing machine downtime.
  • Provide customer service and information about products.
  • Preformed basic automotive repair and customer service.
  • Experienced handling customer service related issues.
  • Provided helpful customer service for customers.

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10. Air Compressors

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Here's how Air Compressors is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired and maintained all divers electric-diesel driven air compressors and hydraulic units.
  • Assist service technician on overhauls of centrifugal air compressors
  • Operated and maintained all auxiliary equipment to include hi and low pressure air compressors, fuel and lubricating oil purification systems.
  • Maintained gas boilers, horizontal and vertical mixers, diaphragm pumps, cooling tunnel, air compressors and general building maintenance.
  • Operated and performed maintenance on nuclear power systems including high pressure air compressors, HVAC units, and reverse osmosis equipment.
  • Worked on pumps, valves, air compressors, laser alignment, and hydraulics including maintenance, repair, and installation.
  • Inspected, maintained, repaired and modified aircraft ground equipment, such as sets, air compressors and test stands.
  • Repair and maintain production equipment, and all associated support equipment - air compressors, water purification systems.
  • Work on all units across campus buildings and dormitories, specifically repairing and replacing pumps and air compressors.
  • Repaired a variety of heavy mining equipment, and service diesel loaders, tractors and air compressors.
  • Developed process for rebuilding drill rig air compressors, producing a savings of $20,000 per unit.
  • Maintain mini excavators, skid steers, air compressors and large and small plate compactors.
  • Up keep and cleaning of parts washers and air compressors along with all air tools.
  • Operated gasoline and diesel generators and air compressors and troubleshoot and fix problems that arose.
  • Perform repairs to all equipment, including pumps, air handlers and air compressors.
  • Repaired boats, small engine, air compressors, hydraulic units, and ATV.
  • Start up air compressors, water system for start up plant and shut down.
  • Repair and rebuild air compressors 5 to 35 hp, Quincy and Gardner Denver.
  • Installed Dry systems with air compressors for parking lots and big refrigeration areas.
  • Replace evaporator cores, air compressors, hoses, expansion valves, etc.

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11. Diagnostic Equipment

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Here's how Diagnostic Equipment is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Diagnosed faults that required repairs, using diagnostic equipment such as computerized test equipment and calibration devices.
  • Performed inspections using diagnostic equipment equivalent to civilian counterpart for accurate assessments of vehicle faults.
  • Trained on using a variety of technical manuals, schematics and computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Performed inspections on all equipment, documented and worked with computer based diagnostic equipment.
  • Diagnosed electronic control systems and components using specialized diagnostic equipment.
  • Diagnose and repair automotive electrical systems using computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Utilize computer diagnostic equipment to determine repairs and maintenance required.
  • Analyzed and identified system failures using test/diagnostic equipment.
  • Utilized diagnostic equipment to accurately pinpoint vehicle issues.
  • Diagnosed problems using Toyota diagnostic equipment.
  • Isolate problems with electrical and hydraulic systems using schematics and diagnostic equipment, road tested and completed final inspection for QA.
  • Test drive vehicles; test components and systems using infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges, and computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Diagnose and repair complex engine, hydraulic, and electrical systems using both on board and external diagnostic equipment.
  • Performed basic mechanic duties on automobiles including engine repair, brakes, tune ups, axles and diagnostic equipment.
  • Diagnose vehicle check engine lights using scan tools and diagnostic equipment, while testing components to ensure proper repairs.
  • Assisted training of new mechanics on the use of tools, technical manuals, schematics, and diagnostic equipment.
  • Use computer diagnostic equipment to accurately diagnose and perform the most cost effective and economical means of repair.
  • Use diagnostic equipment to diagnose and test engine problems, gauges, computers and engine analyzers.
  • Operated and maintained diagnostic equipment, hand/power tools, balancing equipment, and other specialized tools.
  • Diagnosed vehicles such as sedans, vans, and trucks by operating diagnostic equipment.

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12. Hydraulic Systems

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Here's how Hydraulic Systems is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired or overhauled air cooled engines and associated hydraulic systems on over 50 Wheel LineMovers on a large agriculture operation.
  • Performed appropriate maintenance techniques to correct malfunctions in mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems or components.
  • Perform troubleshooting and repair on mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems on construction equipment.
  • Tested electrical and mechanical on hydraulic systems on drill rigs and perform necessary repairs
  • Replaced and/or modified mechanical, electrical, hydraulic systems and related components.
  • Serviced hydraulic systems and engines including valve adjustments and diagnosing engine problems.
  • Repaired hydraulic systems on machinery Completed safety courses for variety of production plants
  • Diagnosed and repaired electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems of general machinery
  • Designed electrical and hydraulic systems for a variety of equipment.
  • Performed troubleshooting procedures on electrical, mechanical and hydraulic systems.
  • Perform basic troubleshooting on electrical, mechanical, hydraulic systems.
  • Used advanced troubleshooting skills with electrical and hydraulic systems.
  • Perform diagnostics and repair hydraulic systems to factory specifications.
  • Service heavy equipment and diagnose malfunctions within hydraulic systems.
  • Repaired hydraulic systems and other specialized related equipment.
  • Installed modification to the electrical and hydraulic systems.
  • Repaired Hydraulic systems on various heavy equipment.
  • Demonstrated characteristics of electrical and hydraulic systems.
  • Repair of all hydraulic systems excavating implements.
  • Replaced/repaired hydraulic systems and integrated sight units.

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13. Diagnosis

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Here's how Diagnosis is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Worked in there fleet department repairing and diagnosis on all emergency apparatuses and ambulances and police vehicles also included maintenance schedules.
  • Provide guidance and technical assistance to shop maintenance personnel and mechanics pinpointing component defect eliminating wasted parts due to misdiagnosis.
  • General automotive repair and towing Engine Diagnosis and Repair Transmission Diagnosis and Repair Electrical Systems Diagnosis and Repair
  • Demonstrated talent for quickly and accurately diagnosis and repair of automotive systems corrective actions.
  • Demonstrated talent for quick accurate diagnosis of mechanical failures and determining corrective action.
  • Repaired equipment both independently and working with others after diagnosis was preformed.
  • Performed diagnosis and repair or overhaul transmissions and final differential assemblies.
  • Diagnose and repair clients vehicles per manufactures specifications, verify diagnosis.
  • Evaluated accuracy of diagnosis and approved recommended repairs and required parts.
  • Evaluated equipment and provided on-the-spot diagnosis and maintenance for disabled tractor-trailers.
  • Provide diagnosis and transportation of vehicles while addressing customer concerns.
  • Perform initial diagnosis and assignment and escalate as necessary.
  • Repaired vehicles and equipment based on provided diagnosis.
  • Operated and inspected vehicles diagnosis and inspection purposes.
  • Remove and install transmission and diagnosis transmission problems
  • Performed tune-ups, electrical diagnosis and repair.
  • Performed electrical diagnosis on all military equipment.
  • Computerized diagnosis, replace damaged components.
  • Assist coworkers in power equipment machine diagnosis
  • Explained technical diagnosis to customers.

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14. Tire Rotations

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Here's how Tire Rotations is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed Oil changes, changing transmission fluid, differential fluid, transfer case fluid, tire rotations, changing of tires.
  • Performed duties such as, oil changes, tire rotations, general break work, and replacement of alternators and starters.
  • Oil changes, front and rear brake service, tire rotations, alignments, tire mounting and balancing, general automotive repair
  • Performed oil changes, tire rotations, car inspections and any other car repairs that's needed to meet customer needs.
  • Oil changes, tire rotations/balancing, & brake jobs -Shop cleanliness -Help diagnose electrical issues -Help mechanics with bigger jobs to learn
  • Performed engine tune ups, oil changes, tire rotations, tire changes, wheel alignments, Assisted in over hauls.
  • Assist other mechanic with Oil changes, Tire rotations, Brake system, Suspension, Engine system, Fuel System.
  • Performed necessary services; oil changes, tire rotations, checking air filters, drive belts and all fluid levels.
  • Perform maintenance on vehicles such as brake changes, tire rotations, tire changes, fluid levels checked, etc.
  • Performed tire rotations/mounting/balancing, oil changes, inspections, fluid flushes, brake services, and helped the lead mechanic.
  • Maintain customer vehicles and perform any duties necessary to repair the vehicle including anything from tire rotations to engine swaps.
  • Repair and perform maintenance on vehicles of all types- Perform oil changes, tire rotations and complete car care service
  • Performed oil change, recalls, recons, tire rotations, brake repairs, and other minor automotive repairs.
  • Brake jobs, Oil change, Tire Rotations, Tune-ups, Topping fluids, Replace fuel pumps.
  • Oil changes, tire rotations, tire balance, mounting tires, alignments, and various mechanical services
  • General oil changes, tire rotations and balancing, fluid changes, brakes, and body repair.
  • Oil changes, wiper blades, tire rotations, brake jobs, and transmission work as well.
  • Performed all general automotive duties such as fluid changes, tire rotations, brake replacements and more.
  • Diagnose and repair vehicle automotive system including flushes, oil changes, tire rotations, etc.
  • Ensured that vehicles had routine oil changes, tune-ups, tire rotations and brake changes.

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15. Engine Tune-Ups

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Here's how Engine Tune-Ups is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Complete preventative maintenance such as; engine tune-ups, oil changes, tire rotation and changes, and replacing filters.
  • Assisted in auto repair and maintenance; motor and major assembly rebuilding, grinding valves, and engine tune-ups.
  • Performed engine tune-ups, adjusted, repaired or replaced ignition, electrical and hydraulic systems.
  • Specialize in oil change, brake system repair and engine tune-ups.
  • Performed engine tune-ups, break jobs and preventive maintenance.
  • Perform engine tune-ups, oil changes, tire changes and rotations , wheel balancing and filter replacements.
  • Replaced component parts on vehicles and equipment performed engine tune-ups rebuilt and overhauled engines performed safety inspections on vehicles and equipment.

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16. Wheel Bearings

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Here's how Wheel Bearings is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Replaced shocks, performed services on wheel bearings, and races, brakes, hub assemblies, and replaced axle assemblies.
  • Changed wheel bearings Replaced radiators, alternators and other engine parts Performed body work including sanding, painting, and bumper replacement
  • Worked on trucks and trailers done everything from oil change to installing clutches ...brakes drums wheel bearings tire's etc
  • Repaired company vehicles, such as transmission, brakes, tires, hoses, wheel bearings, and ball joints.
  • Complete Inspections and Emissions tests, repair engines, breaks, exhausts, wheel bearings, tires, etc.
  • Change tires service trucks oil pan gasket exhaust leaks wheel bearings wheel seals break chambers shocks lights body work
  • Provide service repairs on brakes, wheel bearings, shocks and struts on various types of equipment.
  • Worked with the small horse motors within the equipment and changed tires and wheel bearings as needed.
  • Serviced and repaired cars and truck, brakes, wheel bearings ball joints and other small repairs
  • Resurfaced brake rotors and drums, cleaned inspected and packed wheel bearings with appropriate grease.
  • Change brakes, change oil, wheel bearings, starters, alternators, and thermostats.
  • Repaired and replaced rear ends, drive lines, wheel bearings, and steering components.
  • Repaired or replaced defective ball joint suspensions, brake shoes, or wheel bearings.
  • Serviced or replaced engines, brakes, rotors, wheel bearings and batteries.
  • Replaced engines, heads, timing chains, axles, and wheel bearings.
  • Do oil changes and lots of other jobs on cars like breaks wheel bearings
  • Repair or replace worn parts, such as break pads and wheel bearings.
  • Replaced motors, water pumps, thermostats, and wheel bearings etc.
  • Repair wheel bearings, Air brakes, suspension components, walking floors.
  • Replaced brake shoes, cleaned and repacked wheel bearings.

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17. Fuel Systems

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Here's how Fuel Systems is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired diesel agricultural equipment -Repaired diesel fuel systems -Repaired gasoline fuel systems-Repaired turbocharger systems.
  • Experienced in modern fuel systems, computer analysis and utilization of technical equipment.
  • General mechanic in areas of small and large gasoline and diesel engines electrical systems, fuel systems, and hydraulic systems.
  • Experience working on structural parts: propellers, electrical systems, fuel systems, hydraulic systems, vacuum and static systems.
  • Reset program Complete overhaul of all components fuel systems, flight controls, engines, rotor, interior equipment, landing gear
  • Performed in shop maintenance, inspections on aircraft engines, components and shop equipment, maintained fuel systems and hydraulic systems.
  • Repaired combustible engine transmission, brakes, hydraulics, fuel systems, and electrical repairs, welding, and fabricated metal.
  • Maintained and troubleshot computer room air conditioning, heating, electrical systems, fire alarm systems, generators and fuel systems
  • Performed operational checks of hydraulic, flight controls and fuel systems using external power sources and powered ground equipment.
  • Fabricate and install aftermarket fuel systems to run diesel engines and boilers to run on 100% vegetable oil.
  • Maintain chemical injection pumps, water softeners, condensate systems and fuel systems (oil and natural gas).
  • Conducted repair and inspection of PT-6 Engine, including oil systems, fuel systems, Injectors and N1/N2 rigging.
  • Checked and maintained the operating efficiency of electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and fuel systems of the GSE.
  • Maintained fuel systems to include removal, cleaning, and replacement of fuel pumps, filters, and tanks.
  • Fuel systems analyst for aerial combat support within naval and other military combatants, during war in middle east.
  • Assisted with diagnosis, repaired and overhauled engines, transmissions, components, electrical and fuel systems, etc.
  • Diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul electrical, hydraulic, and fuel systems on construction vehicles.
  • Performed repairs to the fuel systems of alternative fueled vehicles including rebuilding of fuel mixing and metering systems.
  • Dismantled, inspected, tested and repaired all the hydraulic, environmental and fuel systems in the aircraft.
  • Converted vehicle fuel systems from gasoline to butane gas operations and repairs and services operating butane fuel units.

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18. Hvac

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Here's how Hvac is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Respond to and provides assistance in emergencies such as securing or safeguarding HVAC equipment or those related to fire/life/safety conditions.
  • Monitored HVAC systems and operations, and ensured that routine preventive maintenance was performed according to established schedules.
  • Utilize all skills of HVAC energy management systems introducing cost saving utility operations.
  • Worked collaboratively with various HVAC equipment manufacturers on repair and maintenance issues.
  • Negotiated, generated and administered a contracted agreement in HVAC repairs.
  • Diagnosed electrical distribution systems for proper application for HVAC equipment.
  • Supervised local national HVAC personnel during daily assigned duties.
  • Completed Apprenticeship program Residential flashing, HVAC installation and cleaning
  • Maintained and serviced residential and commercial HVACR equipment.
  • Learned installation of HVAC equipment and components
  • Interest: I am very interested in looking to the future via the idea of going green in the HVAC Industry.
  • Assisted in daily preventive maintenance and repairs of mechanical systems which included HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and fire systems.
  • Oil changes Tire mounting and repair Brake system repair and maintenance, disk and drum type HVAC system diagnostics and repair.
  • Cut materials to specified sizes for installation using power saws and drills, for installation of HVAC units in new construction.
  • Prioritized work orders and planned course of action for preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, and/or installation of HVAC equipment.
  • Repaired and maintained the HVAC systems such as spas, water heaters, swimming pools, boilers and gymnasium equipment.
  • Completed ongoing service and maintenance of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems to improve efficiency.
  • Assisted HVAC mechanics, including residential servicing of Condenser Units, Air Handler Units, Water Heaters, and Boilers.
  • Repair : Ground Heaters, boilers, HVAC systems Diesel equipment Hydraulics Controls Ives Certified: Boom Lift, Aerial Platforms
  • Maintained, operated and repaired equipment for American Red Cross, facilities, utilizing HVAC, carpentry and masonry skills.

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19. Brake Pads

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Here's how Brake Pads is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Oil changes, replacement of brake pads, brake shoes, alternator's, starter's and replacement of suspension parts.
  • Completed maintenance repairs such as: replace brake pads, axles, wheel seals, alternators, starters, radiators.
  • Installed tires, hydro boosts, brake pads, calipers, alternators, drive belts, and power steering pumps.
  • Repaired brake pads, replaced engine cylinders(jugs), overhauled nose struts, calibrated magnetic compass, etc.
  • Change brake pads, tires, lights among other things on a vehicle that needed to be fixed or replaced.
  • Performed general preventative maintenance services (oil changes, packing wheel bearings, replacing brake pads/drums/rotors, etc.)
  • Work on chain hoist and coma longs replacing brake pads, safety latches, chains and hooks when needed.
  • Repair or replace broken and worn auto parts such as brake pads, hoses, and wheel bearings.
  • Performed car maintenance - oil changes, replacing brake pads, shocks and struts, replaced exhaust systems
  • Ice Mechanic working on all types of vehicles performing motor swaps to simply changing brake pads.
  • Completed mechanic tasks such as changing out engines and brake pads and replacing various parts in cars
  • Replaced oil, brake pads, clutch discs, suspension, and many other components.
  • Repair or replace brake pads, rotors, brake calipers, and brake lines.
  • Make oil changes, replace brake pads, and other basic auto mechanic jobs
  • Completed routine maintenance checks, oil changes, replaced brake pads and rotors.
  • Removed and replaced hydraulic filters, replaced transmission brake pads, brake disc.
  • Inspected brakes, adjusted, replaced brake pads, calipers, rotors.
  • Brake changes, Change brake pads/shoes, remove and install water pumps
  • Removed and Repaired Tires, Brake Pads, Brake Lines.
  • Fixed tires, replaced gas pumps and expended brake pads.

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20. General Maintenance

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Here's how General Maintenance is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • General maintenance, major mechanical and electrical auto repairs, electronic control module computer diagnostics, foreign/domestic cars and trucks.
  • Performed direct and general maintenance support during operation Iraqi Freedom and state-side operations by completing over 1000+ jobs.
  • Performed general maintenance on customer's vehicles and provided customer service via explanations of services required and completed
  • Performed general maintenance and repair of all company vehicles and equipment also assist demolition project.
  • General maintenance and overhaul of reciprocal compressors and engines, including integral compressor/engine maintenance.
  • Change tires /repair tires welded broken parts repaired electrical painted warehouse general maintenance.
  • Worked as team member of general maintenance service contractor at Bakersfield Refinery.
  • Repaired medium duty fleet trucks including replacing engines, transmissions and general maintenance
  • General maintenance, repair or replacement of equipment in Petrochemical Plant Facility.
  • Performed general maintenance of vehicles including oil changes, tire repair/replacement.
  • General maintenance including tire mounting/balance/rotation, oil changes and brake repair.
  • Recommended, developed and performed preventative and general maintenance procedures.
  • Assist Center Facility manager with emergency and general maintenance.
  • Executed and performed routine general maintenance and repair functions.
  • Preformed general maintenance to military equipment received Honorable Discharge.
  • General maintenance and mechanic of underground mine equipment.
  • Preformed general maintenance/repairs in all buildings and shops.
  • General maintenance and assembly of farm tractors General landscaping
  • General maintenance to boats according to company policy.
  • Diagnosed and performed general maintenance as needed.

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21. Water Pumps

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Here's how Water Pumps is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Change Oil-Change Tires-Alignments -Diagnostic Scans-motors-transmissions-starters-water pumps-ALL MAINTENACE REPAIRS
  • Performed minor mechanical repair to include replace water pumps, fuel filters, and alternators; ordered parts and engine oil.
  • Diagnose and make necessary repairs or replace as needed: to alternators, starters, brakes, water pumps., etc.
  • Weed spray systems water tanks, water pumps, water valves, spray nozzles, water hoses and fittings with clamps,3.
  • Repair Brakes, Rear Main Seals, Tune-ups, Timing belts water pumps fix oil leaks alignments front end repair and more
  • Worked with ASE Certified Master Technician- Installed Water pumps, Head gaskets, Timing belts- Mounted and Dismounted Heavy Truck Tires
  • Performed general repairs on vehicles, replace timing chains, axles, CV joints, water pumps, brakes etc.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on vehicles as well as alignments, shocks, brakes, tires, water pumps and hoses.
  • Perform more involved maintenance which includes timing belt replacements, replacing water pumps, cam seals and crank seals.
  • Manage various projects that required welding, fabrication, pipe fitting, water pumps, and HDPE Pipe Fusing.
  • Inspect, service, tune-up and repair R & R starters, alternators, water pumps and C-V axles.
  • Range of problems usually occurring were leaking radiators, leaking hoses, seized water pumps, and faulty thermostats.
  • Greased, changed fluids, changed and repaired tires, replaced shocks, brakes, lights and water pumps.
  • Maintain and repair fleet trucks, Heavy duty water pumps, and two pieces of heavy equipment as needed.
  • Repaired and replaced domestic hot water heat pumps, chilled water pumps, sump pumps and sewage pumps.
  • Repaired brakes, alternators, starters, water pumps, gaskets, belts and other major vehicle repairs.
  • Changed all different parts such as: Brakes, Engines, Transmissions, Water Pumps, Oil Pumps.
  • Administered Brake jobs, tune-ups and R & R starters, alternators, water pumps, C-V axles.
  • Gas and diesel mechanic, worked on portable water pumps, air compressor, light towers and generators.
  • Performed car diagnostics Changed out batteries, alternators, starters, water pumps, and performed coolant flushes

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22. Brake Systems

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Here's how Brake Systems is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Air brake and hydraulic brake systems proficiency and knowledge of Military Technical Publications
  • Repaired/replaced brake systems including brake lines.
  • Repair and/or replace brake systems, including but not limited to hydraulic brakes, air-braking systems, electronic controlled braking systems.
  • Repaired, overhauled and adjusted brake systems, repaired and replaced defective ball joint suspensions, brake shoes and wheel bearings.
  • Assisted in repair of differentials, air brake systems, hydraulic brake systems, portable generators, and other airport equipment.
  • Assisted and instructed superiors and subordinates in repairs and replacement of engines, brake systems, steering, and cooling systems.
  • Repair and troubleshoot problems with electrical systems, hydraulic systems, brake systems, suspension, engine, and transmissions.
  • Supervised nine mechanics on a team assigned to overhaul aircraft wheel and brake systems, meeting production and quality goals.
  • Cut drums and shoes for brake systems through the use of a lathe machine, maintaining integrity of brake system.
  • Maintained and repaired all company's vehicles and equipment including air and hydraulic brake systems, hoses and valves.
  • Repair electrical systems in trucks, repair numerous brake systems, Replaced clutches, transmissions, and diff's.
  • Overhauled engine blocks, replaced transmissions, diagnosed and repaired air brake systems, and repaired malfunctioning electrical problems.
  • Work and repair trailer brake systems, door work, swing doors, roll-up doors and all components.
  • Oil Changes on equipment, grease and lube, check and adjust brake systems, replace if necessary.
  • Maintained power-assisted brake systems, wheeled vehicle suspension systems, wheel/hub assemblies and wheeled vehicle hydraulic steering systems.
  • Preformed overhauls, repairs, and/or replaces other vehicle parts such as parts on steering and brake systems.
  • Overhauled and adjusted automobile undercarriages, brake systems, fuel, ignition, and emissions controls systems.
  • Diagnose and repair vehicles systems including brake systems, engine, electrical systems, hydraulics and emissions.
  • Perform routine preventative maintenance such as oil changes, tire repairs and repair and install brake systems.
  • Inspect multiple equipment on suspension systems, brake systems, and engine systems for faults or damages.

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23. Aircraft Parts

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Here's how Aircraft Parts is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Inspect dimensional requirements per engineering drawings and planning instructions for fabrication and assembly of aircraft parts, installations and assemblies.
  • Performed heavy structural installation and Composite maintenance using close tolerance fasteners and fabricating aircraft parts.
  • Fabricate aircraft parts per engineering specifications.
  • Repaired damaged composite aircraft parts.
  • Repair and refinish composite aircraft parts
  • Removed and installed flight controls, landing gears, actuators, valves, plumbing, panels and all other aircraft parts.
  • Ordered, received and cataloged incoming/ outgoing aircraft parts to include quality assurance of all parts and labor logs.
  • Removed, repaired, fabricated, replaced, modified and installed aircraft parts and major structural components.
  • Inspect completed work to certify that maintenance meets standards and that aircraft parts are ready for installation.
  • Replace parts, measure wear and assess whether aircraft parts need to be repaired or replaced.
  • Performed work on the tank support through the modification, removal and replacement of aircraft parts.
  • Replace a wide range of aircraft parts, perform maintenance & service aircraft systems as required.
  • Sign out serviceable aircraft parts and tag repairable parts removed from the aircraft engines or components.
  • Inspected and repaired aircraft parts to manufacturer's specification to be re-installed or replaced.
  • Assisted in preparing aircraft parts requiring cleaning and paint removal for nondestructive inspections.
  • Repaired structural damage and aircraft parts including frames, wings, and interiors.
  • Identify areas in need of repair and properly remove and install aircraft parts.
  • Fabricated interior aircraft parts with standard sheet metal, and composite repair techniques.
  • Repaired damages fabricated drill, fit and installed aircraft parts and skins.
  • Removed, repaired and installed any and all aircraft parts and components.

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24. Engine Repair

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Here's how Engine Repair is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed preventative maintenance service, minor engine repairs under senior mechanic, serviced refrigeration units on trucks and trailers.
  • General Automotive Repair* Oil change/Tune-up* Assist in Engine Repair and/or Replacement* Received ISA Certification
  • Perform advanced repairs on International trucks including major engine repair.
  • Repaired Lawnmowers*Repaired Weed eaters*Repaired and Sharpened chainsaws*Small Engine Repair
  • Limited overhaul and other major engine repair experience.
  • General automotive Mechanic and small engine repair.
  • Changed tires Engine repair Maintained organization Diagnose vehicles
  • Furthered education on minor engine repair.
  • Perform routine maintenance and repairs on log trucks, pickups and heavy equipment* Brakes* Hydraulic lines* Engine repairs* Patch and replace tires
  • Worked as a general auto mechanic- alignments, steering systems, breaks, tires, general engine repair, and tunes ups
  • Performed repairs including hydraulic leaks, engine repair, wheel and tire repairs, overheating issues, electrical repair, etc.
  • Light to heavy engine repair including: head gaskets, intake gaskets, rebuild engines, timing chain and belt replacements.
  • Repaired brakes, electrical problems, A/C problems, Engine repairs, drive ability concerns, front end work and alignments.
  • Worked closely under lead technician, who was responsible for major engine repairs, diagnosis, and complete service for U.S.P.S.
  • Job Responsibilities: Diagnosing and repairing all diesel truck problems including - Transmission rebuilds, Engine Repairs, A/C, and electrical
  • Brake work, exhaust work, tune-ups, suspension, alignment, minor engine repair, state inspections, and inventory.
  • Performed repairs on medium duty trucks, construction equipment, hydraulic systems, gas or diesel engines and small engine repair.
  • Fuel tank steel/aluminum repair, trailer repair, replace/repair tires, engine repair and alignment starters/alt, sales, soldering.
  • Light and heavy duty truck and equipment repair, snow removal, small engine repair, welding and metal fabrication.
  • Performed general automotive maintenance such as alignments, tire and lube tech, suspension, exhaust, and engine repair.

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25. MIG

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Here's how MIG is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Installed and repaired kingpin and spring, suspension work * Performed and proficient in MIG, TIG, and STICK welding
  • Perform ARC, MIG, TIG, and Acetylene cutting and welding repairing and fabricating production equipment.
  • Performed ARC, MIG, and TIG welding, brazing and Oxyacetylene gas cutting.
  • Fabricate parts using grinders, torch, plasma cutter and MIG and STICK welders.
  • Installed new utility truck bodies and performed welding (stick, MIG) repairs.
  • Operated Ox-Acetylene cutting and brazing torch, plasma cutters and MIG and Arch welders.
  • Check emails and notes for any issues that might have occurred the previous shift.
  • Utilized the latest technology and welding systems to include Lincoln/Miller MIG/TIG/STICK machine systems.
  • Have ability to weld with stick, MIG, and some sub-arc.
  • Repair structures using welding procedures such as, MIG and Stock.
  • Weld any broken parts using MIG and stick welding techniques.
  • Work also included MIG welding and repair of charging systems.
  • Weld Aluminum and steel using MIG Welder, Arc welder.
  • Required extensive use of torches and MIG welder.
  • Welded and fabricates with MIG and A/C machines.
  • Performed basic gas and MIG/ flux core welding.
  • Measure housing that might need machined and/or replaced.
  • Performed the shops MIG welding when necessary.
  • Experienced welder using TIG and MIG applications.
  • Completed minor touch-ups with MIG welders.

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26. Tractor Trailers

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Here's how Tractor Trailers is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed preventative maintenance on tractor trailers for large local transportation company.
  • Serviced and repaired mobile office and tractor trailers
  • Operate dump truck and tractor trailers including: flat bed, live floor, side dump, box trailer as needed.
  • Work included general diesel mechanic, brakes, oil changes, parts replacement, towing, all-around maintenance of tractor trailers.
  • Garage and mechanical work on tractor trailers including: building, welding, metal repair, mechanics, problem solving.
  • Worked on and fixed tractor trailers, forklifts, Generators, pick up trucks, Hummers H2, and jeeps.
  • Change brakes bearings hub assembly's king pins front end work on tractor trailers and three axle alignments pm services
  • Maintained and repaired a large fleet of tractor trailers, straight trucks, overhead And light duty trucks.
  • Trouble shoot, service and repair 18 wheeler tractor trailers, various oil field equipment and passenger trucks.
  • Operated in a shipping and receiving warehouse utilizing forklifts to load and unload tractor trailers and rail car.
  • Serviced tractor trailers, performed mechanical, electrical, Diesel engine and drive train repairs, welding and burning
  • Administer 24 hour on-site repairs and services to tractor trailers, RV's, buses and other machinery.
  • Performed maintenance operations, and operate heavy equipment to include tractor trailers, forklifts and front end loaders.
  • Prepared by weigh, marking, and measuring multiple shipments up to 7 tons for flatbed tractor trailers
  • Perform service on assigned tractor trailers from routine maintenance to general repair and diagnosis of major systems.
  • Remove decals from tractor trailers Sand Mountain reefer units also did some diagnostic and Repair on reefer units
  • Repair tractor trailers, light trucks, serviced company vehicles, ordered parts, shipping and receiving
  • Complete repairs on forklifts, wheel loaders, ready mix concrete trucks, and tractor trailers.
  • Serviced tractor trailers performing jobs such as pm's, brake jobs, clutches etc.
  • Maintained and repaired a fleet of gasoline and propane hauler tanker trucks and tractor trailers.

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27. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Test Setup: Includes the capability to understand the intent of test requests and test procedures submitted by the customer.
  • Record test procedures and results, numerical and graphical data and recommendations for changes in products or test methods.
  • Conducted load test procedures on wreckers, forklift, cranes, and scamps.
  • Performed test procedures to determine probable cause for equipment failure.
  • Performed torqueing and hydro test procedures in accordance with the manufacturers/Chevron specifications and associated documentation.
  • Created Engineering Lab, purchased LUX meters oscilloscopes ETC / test procedures.
  • Use a variety of test procedures and test equipment (e.g.

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28. Maintenance Services

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Here's how Maintenance Services is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Utilized electronic unit level logistics aviation systems to order parts, track faults and conduct quality assurance and preventative maintenance services.
  • Promoted to mechanic and began preventive maintenance services and inspections on tractors and reforming all repairs
  • Execute phase maintenance inspections, preventative maintenance services, and preventative maintenance daily.
  • Provided customer assistance in supporting sales of used equipment and maintenance services.
  • Performed routine and scheduled maintenance services to maximize vehicle operations.
  • Performed corrective maintenance/preventive maintenance services on county school buses.
  • Performed and scheduled preventative maintenance services on equipment.
  • Performed maintenance services on Generators and Military vehicles.
  • Conducted routine and scheduled maintenance services on clients vehicles
  • Performed monthly preventative maintenance services and inspections.
  • Monitored and control of quality maintenance services.
  • Provide automotive repair and maintenance services.
  • Provided dealership maintenance services to Japanese vehicles
  • Conducted preventative maintenance services per specs.
  • Repaired vehicles, did routine maintenance services for dealership, did diagnostic codes, wheel alignments, did engine overhauls.
  • Performed scheduled maintenance services such as fluid changes, filter replacements, ball joint, and tie rod replacements.
  • Provide essential auto maintenance services, which include inspections, break pad, tire, and oil changes.
  • Perform 10/20 annual preventive maintenance services on vehicles, according To the company and Army's policy.
  • Perform preventative maintenance services and safety checks of all ground fleet equipment and B757 service support equipment.
  • Performed preventive maintenance services on backhoes, excavators, rollers, skid steers, and other equipment.

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29. Service Calls

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Here's how Service Calls is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed service calls to mines in emergency situations to repair non-functional equipment required for production.
  • Performed road service calls including construction sites for heavy equipment
  • Performed service calls for mechanical and electrical diagnoses.
  • Perform service calls on location as necessary
  • Assist with helping customers learn how to operate equipment and make service calls out to specific locations for any operation issues.
  • Completed service calls for installations of electrical components, routine maintenance, telephone and data wiring, and interior commercial wiring.
  • Performed all daily service calls, chemical testing and preventative maintenance tasks in a safe, timely and professional manner.
  • Job duties also include maintenance of trailers and vehicles, as well as making service calls to various job sites.
  • Run conduit, update prints, install and remove control valves, calibrate instruments and answer service calls as needed.
  • Clean, inspect, and repair rental equipment as needed, including service calls to repair equipment on job sites.
  • Removed, reconditioned, replaced all components when needed in shop, in field, or on service calls.
  • Perform mechanical services on trucks and equipment, also managed service calls and work load of shop and employees.
  • Inspect and test engine equipment to pinpoint problems, and provide repair recommendations to in-store and service calls customers.
  • Job duties: general maintenance and rebuilding of vehicles, modification, and doing service calls on the road.
  • Prepared work orders and kept records of maintenance performed, and made service calls on equipment in the field.
  • Worked independently off-site on service calls at their largest customer UPS handling mostly electrical issues on their tractors.
  • Cross referenced parts, maintained accurate service records, made roadside service calls, and recovered abandoned vehicles.
  • Experience with lights and electronics on trucks and trailers, went on service calls when the need arose.
  • Serviced a fleet of 1,500 vehicles, performing oil changes, tire replacements, service calls and delivery.
  • Take service calls, coordinate with captains and owners about their boat and what is going on.

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30. Technical Manuals

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Here's how Technical Manuals is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed operational checks in accordance with technical manuals.
  • Utilized numerous Technical Manuals to correctly identify malfunctions.
  • Performed heavy maintenance in accordance with technical manuals.
  • Researched applicable directives in technical manuals.
  • Determined types of cleaning technique performed on different materials such as metals, fiberglass, and other metals per technical manuals.
  • Executed all phases of service scheduling and repair and maintenance of aircraft using testing equipment, technical manuals and specialty tools.
  • Used schematics, special tools, parts, diagnostic test equipment, technical manuals, automated technical manuals, and spreadsheets.
  • Interpret technical manuals, task, technical bulletins, and blue prints when the soldiers required or as for help.
  • Diagnose and repaired egress and environmental system malfunctions by interpreting and analyzing schematics, blue prints, and technical manuals.
  • Read and interpreting schematics, assemble drawings, process specifications, technical manuals, written instructions, and test procedures.
  • Cannon mechanics rely on complex technical manuals to help complete the jobs in the field and in the motor pool.
  • Perform 100 hour inspections, perform 200, 400 hour phase inspections in accordance with all related Technical Manuals.
  • Performed unscheduled maintenance using schematics, technical manuals and MSD at -10, -20, and -30 level maintenance.
  • Work assignments are accomplished using company drawings, test documents, technical manuals, shipyard procedures and shop machinery.
  • Teach mechanics the proper way to troubleshoot and make repairs using technical manuals with both hard copies and computers.
  • Plan and lays out work from blueprints, sketches, wiring diagrams, technical manuals and other specifications.
  • Used Technical Manuals, work orders, diagrams, schematics, blue prints and other applicable technical publications.
  • Used engineered drawings and technical manuals to determine requirements for underground, buried, and aerial cable systems.
  • Experienced with Technical Manuals, CMM, IPC, IRM, work instructions and standard practice manual.
  • Use technical manuals, illustrations, specifications, wiring diagrams, schematics in making repairs and modifications.

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31. R

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Here's how R is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed a variety of routine tasks to provide experience and interaction with other technical professionals.
  • Prepared project descriptions at close of project and updated professional resume quarterly.
  • Perform fault isolation and Troubleshooting of system failures and scheduled maintenance.
  • Repair electrical or electronic systems of building service equipment and systems.
  • Researched background information for use in planning and environmental projects.
  • Maintained and repaired computerized feeding systems and equipment.
  • Perform preventive maintenance during shutdowns and service equipment.
  • Performed maintenance and modifications on aircraft interiors.
  • Fabricated and installed structural modifications on aircraft.
  • Separate obvious defective material from serviceable items.
  • Keep equipment in operation without malfunction interruptions.
  • Performed installation and removal of major assemblies.
  • Promoted to Express Mechanic Supervisor.
  • Enforced Zero Energy Safety Policy; in charge of examining schematics and identifying energy sources that needed to be shut down.
  • Service engine systems, automatic transmissions, suspension systems, brakes, all electrical components, and heating & air conditioning.
  • Trouble shoots CNC units and others, using PLC and other diagnostic tools for mechanical and electrical malfunctions and repair.
  • Reason for leaving was due to moving to Long Beach from the valley and I could not afford to commute.
  • Helped in coordinating tasking, forecasting, tracking and reporting of all related environmental schedule, budget and risk elements.
  • Performed maintenance on rental equipment; acquired and delivered this equipment to businesses and homeowners in the surrounding counties.
  • Set starter locks and align and repair steering or throttle controls, using gauges, screwdrivers, or wrenches.

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32. Cummins

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Here's how Cummins is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • General Automotive Mechanic work Anything Cummins related Activities &
  • Serviced and overhauled Cummins diesel engines
  • Repaired Cummins and Caterpillar motors.
  • Applied diagnostics and repairs on Detroit Diesel, Cummins, Stewart Stevenson, Oshkosh, and General Motor's Diesel-Powered vehicles.
  • Use computer software such as; tech tool, Allison diagnostics and Cummins insight to help troubleshoot and diagnosing issues.
  • Air and hydraulic braking systems on various motors including CAT, Cummins, Detroit, Mercedes, and International.
  • Experience with Cat, Detroit, and Cummins overhauls, custom frame stretching, suspension modifications and custom lighting.
  • Repaired, replaced, and overhauled International, Cummins, and GMC gas and diesel engines under warranty.
  • Trained on Cummins Insight software to diagnose and repair ISX12 and ISX15 engines and after treatment systems.
  • Selected to work on Diesel and CNG, as well as Detroit, Cummins and CAT engines.
  • Perform maintenance on company equipment, cummins engine, excavators, trencher, vacuum truck, hydraulics,
  • Performed engine work on a variety of engines examples: Detroit, Caterpillar, Cummins and International.
  • Performed Cummins motors repairs, electrical repairs, suspension work, gear, and wreck repair.
  • Maintained diesel power plants/packs and all sub components of Detroit Diesel, Cummins, and Caterpillar.
  • Job requires experience in and rebuilding CAT, Detroit, ISX, and Cummins engines.
  • Perform maintenance and repairs to Cummins, CAT, Mercedes, Ford and other motors.
  • Performed repairs on Detroit, Cummins, International, GMC, Caterpillar and Ford engines.
  • Performed maintenance on various engines such as Volvo, Cummins, and Detroit motors.
  • Performed engine overhauls on Cummins, Cat, Mack, Detroit, International motors.
  • Preformed all rebuild and Diagnostics on Cummins engines from cm 650 to cm2250.

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33. Important Parts

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Here's how Important Parts is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Serviced air conditioning, heating, engine-cooling and electrical systems followed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined.
  • Followed checklists to ensure all-important parts are examined.
  • Inspect brakes systems, steering mechanisms, wheel bearings, and other important parts to ensure that they are working properly.
  • Inspect brake systems, wheel bearings, and other important parts to ensure that they are in proper operating condition.
  • Inspected brake systems, steering Mechanisms, wheel bearings and other important parts on city buses.
  • Follow checklist to ensure all important parts are examined on the vehicle being worked on.
  • Followed checklists to ensure all important parts are examined during a scheduled maintenance work request.
  • Followed checklists to ensure important parts were examined including belts, hoses and more.
  • Follow checklists to ensure all important parts and potentially troublesome areas are examined.
  • Follow check lists to verify that all important parts are examined.
  • Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined.
  • Follow checklists to ensure all important parts are examined.
  • Well Known Customs - Bradenton, FL Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined.
  • Specialized in servicing brakes and fuel systems.Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined.
  • Truck shop I Followed checklists to verify that all important parts wereexamined.
  • Tracked pre-trip checklists to verify that all important parts were examined and repaired.Maintain clean, organized and safe work environment.
  • Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were - State Inspection and Emmisions Certified
  • Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were - Oil changes - Repaired transmission - Rotor Repair - ect.

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34. FAA

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Here's how FAA is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Document repairs, modifications and inspections in accordance with FAA requirements on both paper and in an automated maintenance information database.
  • Maintained and repaired all helicopters to ensure that all safety specifications and requirements were met according to FAA regulations.
  • Qualified by a combination of formal undergraduate level studies with FAA certifications and enhanced by specialized professional training.
  • Research manufacturers specific technical instructions and bulletins and FAA regulatory directives and complete aircraft maintenance records.
  • Performed mechanical assembly and installation using precision tools to ensure specification adherence and meet FAA requirements.
  • Repaired or overhauled gas turbine engines in accordance with manufacturer's specifications and FAA regulations.
  • Performed all aviation maintenance in accordance with FAA Regulations, Airworthiness Directives and company policies.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance per manufacturer technical manuals in accordance with FAA quality standards.
  • Comply with FAA Airworthiness directives, Advisory Circulars and manufacture directed inspections and modifications.
  • Acquired additional knowledge regarding FAA regulations through performing annual inspections on light aircraft.
  • Completed and documented all maintenance performed as necessary as per FAA requirements
  • Performed minor electrical repairs in accordance with FAA Regulations and Procedures.
  • Prepare all necessary FAA documentation in accordance with all Federal Regulations.
  • Repair aircraft using Manufacturers approved data and FAA accepted data.
  • Conducted certification of aircraft instruments in accordance with FAA regulations.
  • Complete all necessary FAA required documentation and Company paperwork
  • Documented maintenance/repair actions per company and FAA requirements.
  • Completed required FAA documentation of repairs.
  • Use appropriate maintenance manuals, parts catalogs, and structural repair manuals to perform work in an FAA certified repair station.
  • Exceeded production goals for 18 consecutive months, maintaining customer and FAA quality inspection standards on all wheel and brake assemblies.

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35. Cessna

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Here's how Cessna is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Specialized in sheet metal fabrication, modification and installation of major and minor structural repairs of all Cessna Citation models.
  • Perform relative maintenance interval tasks required per Cessna maintenance manuals and timed/scheduled maintenance procedures.
  • Performed Structural Repairs to Cessna 210 Involving Vertical and Horizontal stabilizers.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on Cessna and Piper aircraft.
  • Performed rebuilding and re-skinning of Cessna 152 horizontal stabilizer.
  • Worked as an A&P between the first two summers of college.-Aircraft Experience: Cessna, Piper and Mooney aircraft.
  • Worked on a variety of aircraft from Cessna 152 to Falcon 2000, with an emphasis on structural repair and fabrication.
  • Performed rebuilding and re-skinning of Cessna 152 horizontal stabilizer, re-skinning of Piper Arrow right wing (wing walk).
  • Performed all day to day repairs and maintenance of aircraft ranging from Cessna 425,441,550,560, Citation and King Air 200.
  • Performed 100 hour and annual inspections on Piper Seminole, Piper Arrow, Cessna 172, and Cessna 152.
  • Performed 100 hour/Annual inspections on airplanes varying from Cessna152, 172, 182 to twin engine Cessna 421's.
  • Modified aircraft for door and body camera installations on Lear 24, 35, Cessna 441, King Air.
  • Perform 100 inspections / line service /refurbish and paint on Beech Bonanza, Cessna, Piper and Lusc0mbe.
  • Performed routine inspections and maintenance on general small aircraft such as Cirrus, Piper, Cessna and Bonanza.
  • Maintained Cessna product line from Cessna 150 through the Cessna 441 in scheduled and unscheduled inspection and repair.
  • Performed 100-hours inspection, 25- and 50-hours maintenance, and progressive inspections as necessary on Cessna Citations.
  • Worked as an A&P mechanic in the Cessna 14 CFR Part 145 certified repair station.
  • Repair and maintenance of Cessna Citation II, Cessna 421-C, Falcon 10, and Piper Cheyenne.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on 4 company light civil aircraft to include Cessna 152 & 172.
  • Service, Maintain, and Repair General Aviation aircraft (Cessna 300 and 400 Series).

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36. Dump Truck

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Here's how Dump Truck is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed general maintenance on excavating equipment and dump trucks.
  • Serviced and maintained all forms of auction inventory which included: dump trucks, loaders, misc vehicles and ATV's.
  • Executed preventative maintenance checks and services on a variety of paving equipment, dump trucks, pumps and pressure systems.
  • Worked with heavy equipment including tractors, trailers, dump trucks, welding machinery, shop equipment, construction equipment.
  • Dump Truck Operator, Skid Steer Operator, Snow Plow Truck Driver, Fabricator, and Salt Truck Operator.
  • Maintained company equipment including: Lawn mowers, bulldozers, loaders, dump trucks, bobcats and company vehicles.
  • Service heavy equipment, troubleshoot electrical on equipment and dump trucks; troubleshoot hydraulics on heavy equipment and repair.
  • Repair county fleet vehicles, ambulances, patrol cars, dump trucks, and small engines at the shop.
  • Truck Driving - Operated 12 yard dump truck, hauling asphalt, aggregates and dirt to various construction sites.
  • Service and maintain loaders, box scrapers, dump trucks, backhoes, light duty and heavy duty trucks.
  • Removed and install new clutches and rebuilt transmissions in 2 Country 10 wheel dump trucks and 1 semi tractor.
  • Maintained and repaired construction equipment, backhoe, dump trucks, fab trucks, loaders, compressors etc.
  • Maintained and repaired construction equipment including backhoes, excavators, skid steer, dump trucks, and tractors.
  • Lead Technician*Over seeing shop parts and maintaining dump truck fleet* Welding and Fabrication* 6 speed Allison Transmission*rebuild fan clutches
  • Perform service on dump trucks including: brakes, tires, oil changes, maintenance and major repairs.
  • Perform warranty campaigns, general repairs, and P.M. services as well as welding on dump truck beds
  • Replaced parts and rebuilt all heave equipment such as front end loaders, cranes and dump trucks.
  • Changed leaf springs on everything from plow trucks, dump trucks, pick up trucks, and trailers
  • Repair and adjust hydraulic pumps, safety valves, and load packers on garbage and dump trucks.
  • Repair dump trucks, cars, garbage trucks, city buses - diesel and gas engines.

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37. Caterpillar

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Here's how Caterpillar is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Applied continual fundamental inspection processes and procedures towards Caterpillar Generators, as well as maintenance and repairs.
  • Performed preventive maintenance diagnostic testing, and repair/rebuild of Caterpillar diesel engines in On-Highway trucks.
  • Perform major repair and fabrication of Caterpillar heavy equipment and power generating equipment.
  • Completed journeyman level training as heavy duty mechanic servicing Caterpillar product.
  • Maintained caterpillar fleet with basic maintenance and rebuilt components as needed
  • Repair and maintenance of all heavy equipment manufactured by Caterpillar
  • Prepared and service all models of Caterpillar generators.
  • Rebuild of Caterpillar engines used in industrial applications.
  • Studied technical manuals on American Caterpillar mining machines.
  • Performed complete overhauls on Caterpillar wheel loaders.
  • Serviced Caterpillar boom cranes for optimal operation.
  • Have hydraulic certification from Caterpillar.
  • Overhauled Caterpillar engines on offshore drilling boats including supply boats, mud boats, tug boats, military boats, etc.
  • Repair all electrical problems on buses Repair all mechanical problems so buses pass dot inspection Caterpillar and Detroit diesel engine, international
  • Maintained a fleet of John Deere and Caterpillar heavy equipment and Trucking and other related oilfield equipment to DOT specifications.
  • Worked on various industrial equipment, operated 980b caterpillar loader to load and move coal into storage hoppers.
  • Worked on various vehicle makes including: Oshkosh, Caterpillar, Detroit Diesel, HMMWV (Humvee).
  • Complete repair of trucks * Warranty work, body work, shorten truck frames * Rebuilt Caterpillar engines
  • Fulfilled caterpillar engine tune ups including setting fuel synchronization, timing, load, and setting valve adjustments
  • Considered the subject matter expert on the 416 Caterpillar Back Hoe within the organization on transmission rebuilds.

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38. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Installed electrical accessories, and performed all electrical/electronic trouble shooting at the shop, including automotive computer systems.
  • Repair of excavating equipment including pneumatic and hydraulic mechanical equipment, electrical and trouble shooting of vehicles.
  • Line checks, non routine/scheduled maintenance, component replacement/changes, systems trouble shooting, operational checks/calibration.
  • Conducted trouble shooting and diagnostic testing to isolate mechanical problems and determine appropriate corrective actions.
  • Perform complete services on vehicles including trouble shooting electrical and mechanical malfunctions.
  • Performed trouble shooting and preventive maintenance duties on electrical components.
  • Utilized trouble shooting techniques when required to certify maximum performance.
  • Updated manufacturing schematics and documentation for faster trouble shooting.
  • Received Fork lift certificate and hydraulic trouble shooting certificate.
  • Performed electrical trouble shooting and other mechanical problems.
  • Performed safety inspection and trouble shooting Mechanical assembly
  • Performed flight line operations trouble shooting various discrepancies
  • Demonstrated trouble shooting & mechanical skills
  • Trouble shooting and repair engines, transmissions, differentials, air suspensions, brakes, electrical, cooling and exhaust systems.
  • Trouble shooting electrical, fuel, warning light, braking, over heating, non starting, steering and A/C problems.
  • Perform trouble shooting and repair on equipment from small skid steers all the way up to large open coal mine equipment.
  • Assembled the vehicles and performed trouble shooting on vehicles for problems that were present or became present during the process.
  • Master Tech on HUMVEE on performing diagnostics trouble shooting and repairs on electric system and all other components for repair.
  • Worked as an electrical mechanic with top end builders on residential and commercial construction sites, installing and trouble shooting.
  • Trouble shooting, repair and estimate cost of repair of hydraulic gear pumps, Vacuum pumps and Rotary piston pumps.

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39. Small Engines

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Here's how Small Engines is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Head Mechanic*Maintained and repaired diesel fuel oil trucks*Worked on small engines*Worked on automobiles
  • Overhauled small engines to specifications specified by Original Manufacturer.
  • Repaired heavy equipment and small engines
  • Worked on a variety of vehicles including cars, trucks, tractors, farm equipment, small engines, and aircraft.
  • Repaired and maintained electrical generators, both light wheeled and tracked vehicles, AC and heater equipment, and small engines.
  • Complete repair and restoration of small engines, machinery, Imported and Domestic motorcycles, and vintage automobiles and trucks.
  • Performed diagnosis and repaired small engines, front counter sales, maintained inventory, filed payroll and process sales tax returns
  • Repaired Small engines, worked counter selling parts, answered phone lines, ordered parts, and delivered repaired merchandise.
  • Serviced diesel and gas tractors and small engines, serviced combines and maintained and assembled all types of tillage equipment.
  • Repair and maintain small engines such as weed eaters, chain saws, generators, three and six inch pumps.
  • Replaced and rebuilt small engines which enabled me to hone in on my skills and benefit the company more.
  • Repair of small engines on chains saws, string trimmer's, lawn mower, riding mowers and tractors.
  • Repair and maintenance of small engines, lawn equipment and other machinery used in the course of business.
  • Diagnosed, troubleshot, and repaired, small engines including lawn mowers, rototillers, (etc.)
  • Worked on small engines such as push mowers, and riding lawnmowers, weed whips, and chainsaws.
  • Diagnose, service, repair and maintain a wide variety of 2 cycle & 4 cycle small engines.
  • Assist in maintenance of any other resort equipment as needed, including trucks, snowmobiles and small engines.
  • Complete tear down and rebuild of all small engines, Full service and diagnosis of small engines.
  • Rebuild small engines on lawnmowers, chainsaws, weed eaters, tractors, go-carts, and boats.
  • Assisted when needed in repairs for small engines, saws, mowers, trimmers, and generators.

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40. Farm Equipment

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Here's how Farm Equipment is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Organized and conducted routine maintenance and emergency repairs for farm equipment, off-the-grid power and state-of-the-art watering system for production greenhouse.
  • Maintained all personal vehicles for owner* Maintained all processing equipment* Maintained all farm equipment & Semi-Trailer Trucks
  • Repaired heavy-use machinery such as farm equipment and commercial trucks
  • Repair farm equipment to costumer standards
  • Performed mechanic duties on farm equipment
  • Washed trailers operated heavy farm equipment, learned to work on semis and trailers doing services brakes Dot inspections, basic repairs
  • Maintained farm equipment, mowers, police cruisers, full-size trucks, natural gas vehicles, pressure washers, and generators.
  • Repair, maintain city vehicles, Buses, police vehicles, trash trucks, farm equipment, and other heavy machinery.
  • Performed everything from maintenance to complete rebuilds on ATV's, Jet Ski's, Farm equipment and very large boats.
  • Serviced and repaired various pieces of farm equipment, ATV'S, boats, semi, and all ranch vehicles.
  • Performed general maintenance as well as large repairs to all types of farm equipment; setup of new farm equipment.
  • Repaired various pieces of farm equipment on and off site, performed necessary maintenance on farm vehicles and company equipment.
  • Air conditioning repair on cars, trucks, Semi's and farm equipment, including large tractors and combines.
  • Change and repair tires of various types and sizes ranging from lawnmower to semi truck and some farm equipment.
  • Repaired all farm equipment, dairy equipment, rebuilt hydraulic pumps, hydraulic cylinders and clutches on tractors.
  • Inspect trucks for damage when they come in for repair, Maintain generators, tractors and farm equipment.
  • Perform maintenance and repairs on all types of farm equipment, including tractors, construction equipment, and trucks
  • Provided maintenance on industrial work vehicles including; large farm equipment, small, and semi- trucks.
  • Feed Cattle * Maintain Farm equipment * Drive farm equipment (tractors, pickups, etc.)
  • Performed extensive maintenance on a variety of passenger vehicles truck's and off road and farm equipment.

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41. Repair Vehicles

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Here's how Repair Vehicles is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Completed shop duties efficiently Diagonals and repair vehicles Develop problem solving skills and team working skills Develop relationships with customers
  • Diagnose and repair vehicles explain to customers importance of routine maintenance perform day-to-day operations
  • Repair vehicles and equipment within manufacturers and local requirements.
  • Worked closely with coworkers to repair vehicles efficiently.
  • Repair vehicles to customer satisfaction.
  • Worked mostly on custom modifications on cars, engine modification, custom off-road vehicles, and diagnosing issues to repair vehicles.
  • Provided assistance to father to enhance/repair vehicles Responsible for changing oil, changing windshields, inserting brakes, etc.
  • Repair vehicles AC, R&R motors transmissions, brakes and diagnostics with scan tool experiences DOT inspections.
  • Diagnose and repair vehicles Change and repair tires Change and repair big rig tires Change and repair tractor tires
  • Diagnose and repair vehicles, perform scheduled maintenance on vehicles, locate, prices, and order parts.
  • Repair vehicles providing the safety conditions for sale Responsible of cars log maintenance Light mechanic at the field
  • Diagnose vehicle malfunctions, repair vehicles, oil changes, transmission flushes, mount and balance tires.
  • Repair vehicles* Oversee fellow mechanics in the shop, maintain shop equipment and supplies* Diagnose repairs needed
  • Diagnose and repair vehicles, write estimates, answer phones, order parts, customer service.
  • Used basic hand tools such as screw drivers, wrenches and ratchets to repair vehicles.
  • Diagnose, repair vehicles which consisted of alignments, tire changing services, preventive maintenance.
  • Repair vehicles in a cost effective manner compliant with company policies and current safety ratings.
  • Perform state safety and emission inspection Diagnose and repair vehicles for sales center and customers
  • Run Tow Truck, Diagnose and repair Vehicles, perform Front End Alignments on vehicles
  • Refurbished vehicles for used car lot as well as repair vehicles which had been sold

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42. Defective Parts

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Here's how Defective Parts is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • General automobile maintenance including: vehicle alignments, brake replacement and adjustments, defective parts replacements, problem diagnosis.
  • Dismantled engines and repaired/replaced defective parts like magnetos, carburetors and generators.
  • Replaced and repaired worn and defective parts, such as tires, oil filter, batteries, and other minor repairs.
  • Removed defective parts by dismantling devices; using hoists, hand and power tools; examining form and texture of parts.
  • Examined or carried out tasks on broken machine parts and identified defective parts or gave recommendations to supervisors on repair requirements.
  • Analyzed and diagnosed troubled systems to locate defective parts to be replaced, so aircraft could return to airworthy status.
  • Replaced defective parts, such as internal seals, diodes armatures, relays internal circuit boards, valve and accumulator.
  • Disassembled machines and replaced worn or defective parts, such as circular knives, grinding wheels, and rollers.
  • Replace broken or defective parts with items obtained from stock, reassemble machines and make necessary adjustments for operation.
  • Maintained and repairs buildings' electrical systems, including replacing worn or defective parts such as switches and fuses.
  • Remove all flight control rods from the cabin and hydraulic deck and inspect and replace all defective parts.
  • Removed and disassembled of defective parts; assembled and installed replacement parts; and tested aircraft systems.
  • Replace broken or defective parts from stock parts and / or replacement parts for major repairs.
  • Operated hoists, cranes and power tools to dismantle equipment to find and remove defective parts.
  • Repair or replace defective parts, using hand tools, sometimes using grinders, or saws.
  • Repair or replace defective parts, assemble, install or repair wiring-including CAT 5 data lines.
  • Dismantled engines and repaired or replaced defective parts such as magnetos, carburetors or generators.
  • Removed, cleaned, repaired and replaced defective parts on internal combustion motor-driven wheeled vehicles.
  • Replaced defective parts on truck or parts that were missed on the assembly line.
  • Changed oils, transmission fluid, greased fitting and changed defective parts when needed.

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43. Machine Shop

low Demand
Here's how Machine Shop is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Crossed trained in machine shop and material control laboratory (MCL) on Bridgeport Milling Machines, lathes and grinders.
  • Experience: 10 yrs Responsible for plant maintenance in a coal fired facility, basic welding and machine shop
  • Fabricate parts in a machine shop and direct actions on the line to expedite emergency repairs when needed.
  • Used machine shop, air and power tools, operated some heavy equipment, read blue prints.
  • Use of a variety of machine shop tools and chemicals for electroplating metal parts.
  • Fabricate parts, fixtures, or structures from stock using standard machine shop equipment.
  • Worked in the machine shop rebuilding cylinder heads and connecting rods.
  • Set up and performed maintenance on fab and machine shop machines.
  • Do a lot of fabricating and welding at the machine shop.
  • Worked side by side with machine shop to fabricate parts.
  • Complete machine shop operations and making adjustments and alignments.
  • Perform set-ups & operate all conventional machine shop equipment.
  • General Machine Shop (Lathe and Miller Vertical).
  • Worked in the automotive machine shop.
  • Lead mechanic overseeing machine shop personnel.
  • Machine shop work and welding.
  • Rebuild engines, Machine Shop repairs,Performed all duties in engine repair with focus on head rebuilding.
  • Pick up and deliver parts and cores to parts stores and machine shops in local area.
  • Machine Shop at Mississippi Chemical Corporation Dismantled and repaired various types of gear drives and pumps.
  • Performed machine shop duties.I would rebuild motors and would prepare race/drag cars.

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44. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Leveraged strong reputation for maintaining clean and organized work areas to continually adhere to company and OSHA regulations.
  • Spearheaded intensive training regarding internal policies and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations.
  • Required to work independently while maintaining OSHA requirement.
  • Worked and helped with performing maintenance and preventive maintenance on tractor and tanker trailers in accordance with OSHA and EPA regulations.
  • Result: Brought the company into compliance with OSHA requirements and increased productivity and quality workmanship in the paint department.
  • Organized safe storage of POL inventories as well as maintaining SDS books ensuring OSHA and EPA compliance with no violations.
  • Performed all tasks in accordance with the Company, Shop, Project and OSHA workplace safety standards in mind.
  • Service Technician - Check wire harnesses, replace tires, drain and changed fluids/oils, and maintained OSHA regulations.
  • Trained personnel to safely operate equipment and understand restrictions and regulations for safe flight operations set forth by OSHA.
  • Maintained safe and clean work environment by following OSHA standards and procedures, as well as complying with DOT regulations
  • Observe and comply with all company safety policies, OSHA regulations and customer safety policies while on well site.
  • Vilified all work was completed to US Army, DOD, OSHA, and to company policy's.
  • Followed all safety rules and procedures that are regulated by the state, OSHA, and contractor.
  • Troubleshoot/repaired issues as they arise in a timely safe manner, observing OSHA standards and company policy.
  • Attend OSHA Training and Employer Classes to ensure policies and procedures are followed and up to date.
  • Complied with all applicable safety and operating rules and regulations, such as OSHA and PUCO.
  • Worked as a part of the safety committee to establish best practices for OSHA VPP status.
  • Maintained a safe and clean work environment to meet OSHA requirements and to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Follow company policies and procedures, OSHA regulations, and FAA requirements to complete work orders.
  • Comply with OSHA regulations, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and safety precautions.

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45. Fuel Pumps

low Demand
Here's how Fuel Pumps is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Water pump and timing belt replacement, differential fuel system, fuel filter, fuel pumps, a/c work, etc.
  • Repaired, installed and uninstalled auto engines, transmissions, seats, steering, wheels, brakes, fuel pumps etc.
  • Changed alternators, oil, transmission fluid/filters and power steering fluid, as well as replaced fuel pumps mainly on trucks.
  • Ordered/restocked products and proper removal of said products and daily maintenance of fuel pumps, oil pumps and other hazardous materials.
  • Replaced repaired automobile auxiliary equipment such as water pumps, carburetors, fuel pumps, fan belts, and brakes.
  • Repair and replace parts such as, seals, starter switches/motors, timing distributors, fuel pumps, water pumps.
  • Experienced in Oil Changes, Fuel Pumps, Suspensions, Alignments, Water pumps, Timing Belts, and Brakes.
  • Replaced water pumps, alternators, fuel pumps, oil pumps, starters, power steering pumps, etc.
  • Remove and replace alternators, water pumps, radiators, shocks, struts, fuel pumps, and tires.
  • Removed and replaced engines, transmissions, axles, drive shafts, water pumps, fuel pumps and belts.
  • Worked on basic engine components such fuel pumps, water pumps, starters, alternators, turbos etc.
  • Diagnose and repair start up issues associated with failed fuel pressure regulators R&R fuel pumps.
  • Grease and replace starters, water pumps, alternators, fuel pumps, and battery cables.
  • Replaced brakes, alternators, fuel pumps, transmissions, engines, tires, etc.
  • Disassemble and reassembled turbo, compressor, fuel pumps, water pumps, fan clutches.
  • Replaced components such as injector pumps, air conditioners, fuel pumps, and alternators.
  • Replaced small components such as starters, alternators, fuel pumps, and water pumps.
  • Replace fuel pumps, tune-ups, replace belts, hoses and various engine parts.
  • Maintain and replace brake actuators, batteries, starter motors and mechanical fuel pumps.
  • Performed drive shaft installations; bend exhaust pipes and replaced in tank fuel pumps.

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46. Company Vehicle

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Here's how Company Vehicle is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Utilized company vehicles to make deliveries and maintained product inventory in computer data base system.
  • Provided scheduled maintenance and preventive maintenance service for company vehicles assigned to accounts.
  • Performed preventative maintenance, diagnosed and repaired construction equipment and company vehicles.
  • Maintained company vehicle by performing the general cleaning and maintenance required.
  • General maintenance installation of new equipment and modification of new company vehicles
  • Repaired and restored all company vehicles to running and serviceable condition
  • Performed company vehicle mechanical maintenance and repair when necessary.
  • Conducted repairs and executed preventative maintenance on all company vehicles
  • Performed and maintained maintenance on company vehicles and equipment.
  • Documented basic maintenance records on all company vehicles handled.
  • Maintained and repaired fleet of company vehicles and equipment
  • Perform routine preventative maintenance and repairs company vehicles.
  • Performed monthly Preventive Maintenance on all company vehicles.
  • Maintained integrity and cleanliness of company vehicles.
  • Complete preventative maintenance on company vehicles.
  • Operated company vehicle and company laptop.
  • Performed maintenance and repairs on company vehicles/equipment
  • Conducted repairs on company vehicles as needed
  • Repaired and maintained company vehicles.
  • Maintained and operated company vehicles.

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47. Major Repairs

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Here's how Major Repairs is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Keep service records on all equipment and major repairs to facilitate historical evaluations.
  • Assist the journeyman Mechanics in minor and major repairs and also electrical/hydraulic diagnosis.
  • Make minor-to-major repairs to automotive equipment.
  • Perform lube jobs, minor repairs, and major repairs on cars trucks, and diesel trucks light, and heavy duty
  • Major repairs on hard down vehicles (vehicles that are inoperable due to a major repair); diagnose and repair.
  • Assisted journeyman craftsman in making major repairs in electrical, plumbing, heating, A/C and refrigeration equipment as needed.
  • Performed all types of vehicle maintenance on the company's fleet of city buses from preventive maintenance to major repairs.
  • Replace track links and pins, rebuild hydraulic cylinders, and other minor and major repairs including hydraulic hammer rebuilds.
  • Perform minor and major repairs on foreign luxury vehicles including brakes, suspension, drive train and minor engine rebuilds.
  • Repaired and maintained equipment, stacks, and towers by making emergency adjustments or assisting with major repairs as necessary.
  • Maintained and made minor and major repairs on gasoline and diesel-powered internal combustion engines on mid, large and semi-trucks.
  • Fort Lewis Completed services and performed major repairs on HMMWVS, LMTV, MTVS, and other equipment as needed.
  • Worked a (5-2) Schedule Responsible For All Major Repairs, Maintaining and Reducing Downtime on All Mechanical Equipment.
  • Signed for and maintained accountability of over $5000 in personal tools and equipment to perform minor and major repairs.
  • Preform front end alignments on light trucks and cars -Preform all major repairs on light trucks and cars engine swaps
  • Self-Owned Business operating and fixing minor to major repairs to vehicles of all makes, models, and years.
  • Performed Minor and Major Repairs on Suspensions, Engines and Transmissions Assemble Hydraulic lines Complete Metal Fabrication and Welding Operations
  • Perform top ends, bottom ends, major repairs and adjust valves and bridges if necessary on locations.
  • Performed equipment repairs from basic maintenance to major repairs including hydraulics, electrical, and welding work.
  • Preform Minor or Major Repairs for Ingram Brothers or other outside contracted companies by assigned work orders.

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48. Compression Gauges

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Here's how Compression Gauges is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Tested vehicles and their components and systems.-Operated equipment such as infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Utilized equipment such as compression gauges, computerized diagnostic devices and electronic testing devices.
  • Used infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges, computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Test drive vehicles, and test components and systems, using equipment such as compression gauges, and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Utilized the appropriate precision instruments, such as inside/outside calipers, compression gauges, fuel injector timing gauges, drill presses.
  • Diagnose and treat mechanical problems using equipment such as infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges, and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Test drove vehicles and tested components and systems using compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Tested automotive systems using various technical tools, compression gauges, etc.
  • Used equipment, such as, compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Utilized timing lights, pressure vacuums, and compression gauges.
  • Order necessary supplies and parts to repair malfunction Operating equipment such as infrared engine analyze, compression gauges and computerized device.
  • Test drove vehicles and tested components and systems, using equipment such as OBD1/OBD2 computers, compression gauges Engine Swaps

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49. Exhaust Systems

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Here's how Exhaust Systems is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed exhaust systems and brake modifications.
  • Maintained HVAC air handler units and exhaust systems throughout casino and room heating and air conditioning units in hotel.
  • Fabricated or repaired metal components, such as exhaust systems, chassis repair, and structural repair as required.
  • Repair and replace: steering and suspension systems, brakes and ABS systems, exhaust systems, engine components.
  • Inspect, service, troubleshoot, and repair ignition, lubrication, fuel induction, and cooling/exhaust systems.
  • Repaired brakes, exhaust systems, suspensions, steering and small engine work on a variety of automobiles.
  • Serviced and repaired engines, transmissions, windshields, rear ends, fuel tanks, exhaust systems.
  • Diagnosed mechanical issues (such as exhaust systems, brakes, clutches, engines, etc.)
  • Repair and replace exhaust systems; such as mufflers, tailpipes, catalytic converter and other parts.
  • Installed exhausts systems on all types of cars, truck and farm equipment Repaired exhaust systems.
  • Repair cooling, fuel, electrical and exhaust systems; tune engines using standard testing equipment.
  • Replace all suspension components and light engine work such as exhaust systems and engine/transmission oil pans.
  • Completed engine, electrical and exhaust systems along with basic maintenance and body repair.
  • Replaced transmissions, exhaust systems, and any performed both major and minor repairs.
  • Welded 'on the spot' repairs, special projects and exhaust systems.
  • Installed exhaust systems, specialized in custom pipe bending and installation.
  • Specialized in brakes, front ends and suspensions and exhaust systems.
  • Repaired engines, suspension, brakes, electrical and exhaust systems.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in repairing engines, transmissions, and exhaust systems.
  • Experience in welding parts from exhaust systems to roll off boxes.

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50. Fleet Vehicles

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Here's how Fleet Vehicles is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Conducted preventative maintenance and repairs on fleet vehicles for Service Performance Corporation, a full-service janitorial and facilities company.
  • Diagnosed fleet vehicles for Jacksonville International Airport to successfully maintain customer satisfaction and to ensure my efficiency is 110%
  • Supervised 3 mechanics* Maintained100+fleet vehicles, company-owned engines and compressors* Performed numerous CNG installations on fleet vehicles* Managed inventory
  • Service and repair electrical and mechanical problems on fleet vehicles
  • Maintained and repaired fleet vehicles and heavy equipment
  • Diagnose and repaired automobiles and fleet vehicles
  • Maintained and repaired fleet vehicles for employer's customers, Implemented scheduled maintenance programs, Provided technical support for other mechanics.
  • Performed preventive maintenance on City fleet vehicles and equipment, such as oil changes, transmission flushes, and tire repairs.
  • Maintain and repair all company equipment including; mowers, 2 cycle hand held equipment, fleet vehicles and hand tools.
  • Job Duties:Perform preventive maintenance and general mechanic work on fleet vehicles (diesel) for statewide garbage collection company.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on all the fleet vehicles along with addressing any other concerns the driver had with his vehicle.
  • Performed PMs on fleet vehicles for Rail Link, Standard Labs, BNSF, Union Pacific, and many more.
  • Service and repair of AT&T fleet vehicles, including oil changes, tire repairs, and safety features.
  • Purchased services, materials, and required supplies as required for the safe operation and maintenance of fleet vehicles.
  • Determine retirement of fleet vehicles, purchase new vehicles and record new vehicles into the correct AS400 Fleet inventory.
  • Perform all types of Repairs on Heavy Duty Trash Trucks, as well as all other fleet vehicles.
  • Worked as a mechanic for fleet vehicles, farm equipment, as well as personal cars and trucks.
  • Maintain and repair fleet vehicles including heavy truck, medium duty truck, forklift, and wheel loader.
  • Ordered petroleum products, oils, lubricants, and replacement parts to maintain or repair fleet vehicles.
  • Perform all preventive maintenance and repair work necessary on fleet vehicles including diesel engine system diagnostics.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Mechanic

Customer Vehicles25.4%
Order Parts17.4%
Preventative Maintenance8.9%
Oil Changes6.5%
Diesel Engines6.4%
Heavy Equipment4.4%
Hand Tools3.9%
Electrical Systems3.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Mechanic

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Customer Vehicles
Customer Vehicles
20.7%
20.7%
2
2
Order Parts
Order Parts
14.3%
14.3%
3
3
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
7.3%
7.3%
4
4
Oil Changes
Oil Changes
5.3%
5.3%
5
5
Diesel Engines
Diesel Engines
5.2%
5.2%
6
6
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
3.6%
3.6%
7
7
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
3.2%
3.2%
8
8
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
3%
3%
9
9
Customer Service
Customer Service
2.8%
2.8%
10
10
Air Compressors
Air Compressors
2.7%
2.7%
11
11
Diagnostic Equipment
Diagnostic Equipment
2.2%
2.2%
12
12
Hydraulic Systems
Hydraulic Systems
1.8%
1.8%
13
13
Diagnosis
Diagnosis
1.8%
1.8%
14
14
Tire Rotations
Tire Rotations
1.4%
1.4%
15
15
Engine Tune-Ups
Engine Tune-Ups
1.2%
1.2%
16
16
Wheel Bearings
Wheel Bearings
1.2%
1.2%
17
17
Fuel Systems
Fuel Systems
1.1%
1.1%
18
18
Hvac
Hvac
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
Brake Pads
Brake Pads
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
General Maintenance
General Maintenance
1%
1%
21
21
Water Pumps
Water Pumps
1%
1%
22
22
Brake Systems
Brake Systems
1%
1%
23
23
Aircraft Parts
Aircraft Parts
1%
1%
24
24
Engine Repair
Engine Repair
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
MIG
MIG
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Tractor Trailers
Tractor Trailers
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
Maintenance Services
Maintenance Services
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
Service Calls
Service Calls
0.6%
0.6%
30
30
Technical Manuals
Technical Manuals
0.6%
0.6%
31
31
R
R
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
Cummins
Cummins
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Important Parts
Important Parts
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
FAA
FAA
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Cessna
Cessna
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Dump Truck
Dump Truck
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Caterpillar
Caterpillar
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Small Engines
Small Engines
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Farm Equipment
Farm Equipment
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Repair Vehicles
Repair Vehicles
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Defective Parts
Defective Parts
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Machine Shop
Machine Shop
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Osha
Osha
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Fuel Pumps
Fuel Pumps
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Company Vehicle
Company Vehicle
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Major Repairs
Major Repairs
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Compression Gauges
Compression Gauges
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Exhaust Systems
Exhaust Systems
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Fleet Vehicles
Fleet Vehicles
0.4%
0.4%

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