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Top 50 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, 21.7% 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.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Mechanic

1. Customer Vehicles
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Here's how Customer Vehicles is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Diagnosed and repaired customer vehicles and routine maintenance.
  • Preformed preventive maintenance on customer vehicles.
  • Do repairs on customer vehicles reported by customer and brought to me on a work order
  • Repair customer vehicles, Troubleshoot electrical issues, repair vehicle and prep cars for sale
  • Worked on customer vehicles, including oil changes and air filter replacements.
  • Maintain logs of customer vehicles and services performed on each vehicle.
  • Diagnose, repair and complete accepted service on customer vehicles.
  • Use scan tool to diagnose and troubleshoot customer vehicles.
  • Repaired and replaced parts on customer vehicles.
  • Diagnosed, repaired and maintained customer vehicles.
  • Perform Maintenance on customer vehicles.
  • Diagnose problems with customer vehicles.
  • Diagnosed, maintained, and repaired a wide range of customer vehicles, from sedans to motorhomes.
  • Performed maintnence, tire changes, state safety an emission inspections on customer vehicles.
  • diagnosed incoming cars for the lot fixed customer vehicles kept up with daily invoices
  • diagnose and repair customer vehicles service used cars to be sold
  • Diagnosed and repaired customer vehicles Performed preventative maintenance on vehicles Sanded and prepared parts for body work
  • Repair company and customer vehicles Transport company and customer vehicles Experience
  • Maintained customer vehicles Performed alignments Maintained brakes and front end of customer vehicles Customer service with an upbeat attitude
  • Prepped cars to be painted Painted the cars after the prep Maintenanced mechanical needs of customer vehicles

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2. Order Parts
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Here's how Order Parts is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform preventative maintenance * Schedule routine maintenance * Order parts * Knowledge of hydraulics * Crew leader overseeing 7 employees
  • Diagnose and repair vehicles, perform scheduled maintenance on vehicles, locate, prices, and order parts.
  • Keep inventory on service vehicle stocked at all times and order parts needed for customer.
  • Maintain inventory, order parts for any needed repairs.
  • Pick up parts and order parts for equipment.
  • Order parts, track orders via internet.
  • Service and repair vehicles for sale order parts
  • Order parts and update work orders.
  • Order parts and work with vendors.
  • Order parts on a daily basis.
  • Repair motorcycles and ATV Order parts Invoicing
  • Order parts from multiple companies.
  • Order parts for equipment repairs.
  • Order parts, equipment, and tools.
  • Use Microsoft office, Maximo, excel, and eagle systems to order parts and fill out work orders.
  • Order parts or repair if parts are not needed * Tune up and set up brakes on vehicle.
  • Order parts, diagnose problems,perform repairs.
  • Diagnose & Repair mechanic and electrical issues Repair and replace major components Order parts as per policy
  • Maintain food production equipment, schedule repairs , order parts .
  • Certified Mazda Technician Perform routine maintenance and repair of vehicles Order parts for vehicles Recommend preventative maintenance

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3. Preventative Maintenance
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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform preventative maintenance activities and document procedures to ensure longer equipment life and minimize downtime.
  • Completed periodic/preventative maintenance on fleet of equipment; repairs helped company maintain contracts.
  • Perform routine and preventative maintenance to company aircraft in a hangar overnight environment.
  • Performed in-flight and ground corrective/preventative maintenance on rotary wing aircraft.
  • Prepared and administered preventative maintenance work orders.
  • Maintain preventative maintenance program for all equipment.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on vehicles.
  • Cultivated a comprehensive knowledge of top end engine rebuilding and preventative maintenance; oil changes and tune ups.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on electrical panels and distribution systems, saving customers 30% off future repair spending.
  • Perform daily activities that include preventative maintenance, repairs and diagnosis of diesel trucks and heavy equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on grounds equipment such as mowers, tractors, and trucks.
  • Repair and perform preventative maintenance on consumer vehicles under little to no supervision.
  • Complete a wide variety of truck and trailer repairs and preventative maintenance
  • Perform tune-ups, brake jobs, and other preventative maintenance.
  • Performed preventative maintenance Fleet maintenance We specialized in frame repairs - welding, plating and repairing cracked or broken frames.
  • Ordered maintenance parts Preformed preventative maintenance on buses, heavy wheel, and light wheel equipment.
  • Perform diagnostics, preventative maintenance, and intensive repairs in a timely manner on various automobiles.
  • diagnose and repair medium to heavydutytrucks preventative maintenance on medium to heavy duy trucks
  • Conducted preventative maintenance and service of trucks and busses Performed diagnosis and repair as needed Completed state inspection of trucks and busses
  • Diagnose and Repair Install remote starters Install Breathalyzers Perform preventative maintenance Provide customer service Shop Clean-up

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4. Oil Changes
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Here's how Oil Changes is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed oil changes, tune ups, electrical troubleshooting/repair, valve gasket repair, starter/alternator installation, wheel alignments.
  • Specialize in routine maintenance such as: oil changes, brakes, tires, transmission repairs/rebuilds.
  • Test drives, inspection stickers, oil changes, tune-ups, brake pad and rotter repairs.
  • Perform oil changes, tire changes, tire balancing, Transmission fluid changes, etc.
  • Performed routine maintenance to include; oil changes, tune-ups, and tire replacement.
  • Diagnose and repair customer vehicles, oil changes and some tire repair.
  • Removed desired dysfunctional parts, Tune Ups, Oil Changes, Tire Rotation
  • Performed oil changes, tire replacement, and other routine maintenance.
  • Oil changes, tire rotation, and maintenance customer's vehicles.
  • General service auto mechanic; oil changes to engine overhauls.
  • Oil changes, tire rotation, and brakes
  • Serviced vehicles (oil changes, rotate tires, change tires, etc.)
  • Performed suspension setups as well as basic maintenance such as oil changes and tune ups Performed diagnostics on malfunctioning vehicles.
  • worked on any and all vehicles that came in, anything from oil changes to replacing motors and transmissions.
  • Perform tire changes, oil changes,brake jobs and minor internal motor part swaps.
  • Perform routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications, and tune-ups.
  • Oil changes Carburetor cleaning and rebuild Minor body repair and paint
  • Oil Changes * Changed radiator flushes * Balanced and rotated tires * Changed fuel filters * Transmission services
  • Oil changes Transmission servicing Brake servicing Tire changing Tire rotating
  • Oil Changes -Tire Repairs/ Rotations/ Balances -U-Joint Replacements -Radiator Swap -Basic Motor Repairs -Tune Ups -Brake Repair/Replacement -Trailer Bearing Pack Maintenance

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5. Diesel Engines
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Here's how Diesel Engines is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Experience on General Motors 6.2L and 6.5L naturally aspirated/turbocharged diesel engines.
  • Repair work on diesel engines * Replace transmissions once repaired * Customer service, parts delivery * Balancing tires, oil changes
  • Disassembled and overhauled internal combustion engines, diesel engines, pumps, generators, transmissions, clutches, and rear ends.
  • Have knowledge of diesel engines, transmissions, and the ability to troubleshoot and repair military and civilian vehicles.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of methods and techniques of mechanical inspection, maintenance and repair of internal combustion and diesel engines.
  • Serviced gasoline and diesel engines in light and heavy duty trucks, generators, and on highway tractors.
  • Worked on diesel engines, automatic transmissions, drive trains, heavy trucks, cranes and forklifts.
  • Repair diesel engines, hydraulic, electric, and mechanical systems.
  • Fix Large Diesel engines and also work on electrical issues.
  • Trouble shoot problems with Diesel engines and hydraulic systems.
  • Maintained, tested, and repaired diesel engines.
  • Fixed gas and diesel engines and related components
  • Experience with diesel engines and cylinder heads.
  • Maintained vehicles with diesel engines.
  • Performed maintenance on diesel engines.
  • Diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul buses and trucks, or maintain and repair any type of diesel engines.
  • Perform extensive repairs on diesel engines, hydraulic, electrical, suspension and brake systems, as well as a/c repairs.
  • General overhauling gasoline and diesel engines of Toyota, Nissan, Mitsubishi and Honda cars engines.
  • Worked on various vehicle makes including: International, Freightliners Maintained vehicles with diesel engines.
  • Perform diagnosis and repair of diesel engines and drivetrain components.

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6. 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.
  • Developed client relationships and earned a reputation for delivering great customer service.
  • Show cased customer service skills by advising services needed and ensuring customer satisfaction
  • Maintained an excellent customer service satisfaction rate with virtually zero comebacks.
  • Experienced handling customer service related issues.
  • Handled warranty and customer service issues
  • Oversee garage administration functions, such as information systems, customer service, billing, telephone response, and correspondence.
  • Perform regular and unscheduled maintenance on all models of Citation business jets and provide an excellent level of customer service.
  • Received excellent performance review for quality of work, customer service, and problem solving skills.
  • Have a good customer service relation with the customers keeping them informed of what is needed.
  • Transported customers to and from the shop for the customer service program.
  • Worked on cars when needed and worked the customer service desk
  • Provided excellent customer service to clients on a daily basis.
  • Serviced all aircraft systems and prepped for customer service inspections.
  • Provided customer service while running service work.
  • Maintained, inspected new and used vehicles, provided customer service and worked closely with upper management and sales force.
  • Maintained 98% customer service satisfaction rating.
  • Fabricated custom exhausts Automotive repairs Billing and customer service
  • Serviced automobiles Opening and closing duties Customer service Inventory control
  • Tow truck operation * Delivered customer service.. * Processed paperwork * Handled ordering of parts.

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7. Hand Tools
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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Replaced or repaired worn, defective, or damaged components, using hand tools, gauges, and testing equipment.
  • Assemble components such as switches, electrical controls, and junction boxes, using hand tools and soldering irons.
  • Opened containers using, steel cutters, crowbar, claw hammer, and, other hand tools.
  • Repair or replace defective equipment parts, using hand tools and power tools, and reassemble equipment.
  • Adjust, repair, or replace malfunctioning components or assemblies, using hand tools and/or soldering irons.
  • Repair or replace wiring, equipment, or fixtures, using hand tools or power tools.
  • Assembled components with power hand tools, lifting and bending to complete the jobs.
  • Adjust generators and replace faulty wiring, using hand tools and soldering irons.
  • Work with various hand tools, electrical equipment along with hydraulic equipment.
  • Operated hand tools, including trimming knives and rubber mallets.
  • Troubleshooted electrical circuits on hand tools and special equipment.
  • Dismantled and reassembled equipment using hoists and hand tools.
  • Use a variety of hand tools common to trade.
  • Used hand tools to change worn cutting tools.
  • Skilled with all gauges, wrenches, and machine air and hand tools.
  • Hand Tools-Torches, turbo tips, etc.
  • Used hand tools, power tools.
  • Welded steel and aluminum, read and interpreted blue prints for layout work and utilized hand tools for cutting and drilling.
  • Repair and rebuild defective mechanical parts in electric motors, generators and related equpment, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Maintained and repaired variety of mechanical equipment Troubleshoot automotive vehicles Knowledge of automotive hand tools and service shop procedures

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8. Heavy Equipment
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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Demonstrated knowledge of operational characteristics of automotive and heavy equipment, operational characteristics of electronic fuel and computer-controlled systems.
  • Repaired/maintained cranes and heavy equipment.
  • Disassemble major heavy equipment components, clean, diagnose failed part or parts, and rebuild according to manufacturer specs.
  • Repaired heavy equipment for customers as well as company shop equipment and rentals on the shop premises.
  • Job included minor and major repairs on light and heavy equipment including wheeled, track and rail.
  • Delivered and picked up City automobiles, buses and heavy equipment from outside repair vendors.
  • Grease Chassis, Change oil and filters, Wash heavy equipment, Diesel repair tech.
  • Performed repairs to all heavy equipment including dump trunks, front- end loaders, bobcats.
  • Operate and inspect machines or heavy equipment to diagnose defects.
  • Disassemble, repair and overhaul trucks and heavy equipment.
  • Tear down heavy equipment for transport and reassemble.
  • Operated heavy equipment for City.
  • Provided maintenance for heavy equipment travelling across Europe.
  • Maintained and repaired heavy equipment vehicles, power washers, oil burners, pumps, ATVs and generators.
  • Completed repairs on commercial motor vehicles and heavy equipment according to complaints on work orders.
  • Service and Repair of Trucks and trailers * Welding * Repaired all tires for trucks, trailers and heavy equipment.
  • Operated forklift and other heavy equipment Diesel mechanics Performed repairs, metal fabrication and welding in truck shop
  • worked on heavy equipment reack machines R&R tracks on various machines
  • Repaired heavy equipment Eddy Minguiz 936-645-3587
  • Performed maintenance and repairs on heavy equipment Heavy equipment operator Heavy equipment mechanic Welding

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9. Air Compressors
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Here's how Air Compressors is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Assist service technician on overhauls of centrifugal air compressors
  • Perform preventative maintenance diesel/gas engine generators, gas/oil fired water boilers, air compressors, and pumping systems.
  • Inspect, repair, and maintain mechanical equipment and machinery such as hydraulic pumps and air compressors.
  • Job duties- At supreme I rebuild/ repair everything from hand grinders to forklifts and air compressors.
  • Maintain mini excavators, skid steers, air compressors and large and small plate compactors.
  • Maintain service trucks and equipment such as starting units, air compressors and forklifts.
  • Replace evaporator cores, air compressors, hoses, expansion valves, etc.
  • Inspected, maintained road maintenance equipment, air compressors, facility piping systems.
  • Repair of air compressors, air brakes, hydraulic wheelchair lifts.
  • Work on aircraft ground equipment such air compressors, generators.
  • Rebuild hydraulic cylinders, maintain and repair air compressors.
  • Completed daily check list and serviced air compressors.
  • Dried car surfaces using air compressors and cloths.
  • Operated pneumatic tools and air compressors.
  • Operated and repaired emergency diesel generator sets Dismantled and repaired high pressure air compressors and vessels.
  • Serviced Ingersol Rand air compressors and installed teeth, chain, and brakes on R30 Ditch Witch.
  • Operated pneumatic tools and air compressors Examined vehicles to determine the extent of damage and malfunction.
  • Maintained oil rigs for Marcellus Shale; Maintained air compressors, light towers, and diaphragm pumps; Repaired company trucks
  • Rebuild / repair compressors and engines * Maintaining positive work relationships with my crew * Record keeping as per industry standards
  • Maintained all pumps ( including multi stage), air compressors, VRU's and LACT units.

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10. Electrical Systems
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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Specialized in diagnosing electrical systems and modules.
  • Wired and replaced electrical systems.
  • Repair and service air conditioning, heating, engine-cooling, and electrical systems.
  • Performed troubleshooting on electrical systems on Mac Trucks and other related vehicles.
  • Experienced with electrical systems, transmission systems, engines and suspensions.
  • Distinguished as top talent in the section on vehicle electrical systems.
  • Handled troubleshooting and repairs on electrical systems on trucks and trailers.
  • Have diagnosed and fixed brakes, hydraulics, and electrical systems.
  • Service electrical systems; wiring harness, starting and charging systems.
  • Repair, rewire, and troubleshoot electrical systems.
  • Repair and replace electrical systems for hydraulic presses.
  • Replaced lights and trouble shoot electrical systems.
  • Perform diagnostics on AC and electrical systems.
  • Participated in electrical systems configuration management meetings.
  • Repair most major damaged equipment from rewiring of electrical systems to engine reipairs, also repairs on drive train systems.
  • Test electrical systems, trouble shoot electrical problems, Repair, reline, replace, and adjust brakes.
  • Repair wings, brakes, electrical systems, and other aircraft components 7.
  • Trouble shot and repaired electrical systems and controls (low voltage DC) up to 240 volt single and three phase.
  • State Inspections Maintenance and repair of trucks & trailers Welding SMAW Electrical Systems
  • worked on bobcats ,front end loaders ,hydraulic system ,electrical systems ,hydraulic hammers ,steering systems , welding

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11. Diagnostic Equipment
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Here's how Diagnostic Equipment 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 inspections on all equipment, documented and worked with computer based diagnostic equipment.
  • Trained on using a variety of technical manuals, schematics and computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Utilize computer diagnostic equipment to determine repairs and maintenance required.
  • Identify mechanical problems, often by using computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Analyzed and identified system failures using test/diagnostic equipment.
  • Test drive vehicles; test components and systems using infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges, and computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Performed basic mechanic duties on automobiles including engine repair, brakes, tune ups, axles and diagnostic equipment.
  • Experienced with all tools for engine repair and general maintenance, including air tools, diagnostic equipment.
  • Used hand tools, a wide range of standardized integrated test and diagnostic equipment and calibration equipment.
  • Performed unit maintenance on special and common hand tools and tested measurement and diagnostic equipment.
  • Use the latest manufacturers diagnostic equipment to aid in the repair of equipment.
  • Repaired electrical equipment using hand and power tools and testing and diagnostic equipment.
  • Brake Press, plasma cutter, water jet, diagnostic equipment, etc.
  • Diagnose vehicle problems and train others to use sophisticated diagnostic equipment.
  • Scheduled maintenance on test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment.
  • Used diagnostic equipment to torque tools to specs.
  • Used diagnostic equipment Parts runner when necessary
  • Test aircraft parts with gauges and other diagnostic equipment 9.
  • Diagnose faults or malfunctions to determine required repairs, using engine diagnostic equipment such as computerized test equipment and calibration devices.

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12. Brake Systems
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Here's how Brake Systems is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Assisted and instructed superiors and subordinates in repairs and replacement of engines, brake systems, steering, and cooling systems.
  • Specialized in repair of automatic and manual transmissions as well as repair, realignment, and replacement of brake systems.
  • Inspect brake systems, wheel bearings, and other important parts to ensure that they are in proper operating condition.
  • Repaired of air brake systems or air operated components, hydraulic systems, A/C systems, electrical systems.
  • Maintained power-assisted brake systems, wheeled vehicle suspension systems, wheel/hub assemblies and wheeled vehicle hydraulic steering systems.
  • Repair brake systems and suspension parts on customer vehicles while maintaining a safe and clean work area.
  • Adjust brakes, replace brake linings and pads, and make other repairs on brake systems.
  • Perform annual services and direct support repairs, troubleshoot electrical, fuel and brake systems.
  • Preformed evaluation, repair, overhaul, adjustments vehicle brake systems.
  • Inspected, troubleshooted and repaired freight cars and air brake systems.
  • Repaired, replaced, overhauled, and adjusted brake systems.
  • Performed repair and maintenance of hydraulic systems and brake systems.
  • Experience to include Performance Brake systems & Drive train Conversions.
  • Repaired brake systems, changed oil and filters and tires.
  • Repaired, overhauled, or adjusted automobile brake systems.
  • Inspected and tested brake systems and other vehicle parts.
  • Repaired and replaced air and hydraulic brake systems.
  • Inspected and tested brake systems.
  • replace motors, repair engines and general maintenance, hydraulics, and metal fabrication and Air Brake Systems.
  • Prepped FDNY fire trucks for delivery Repaired air brake systems on fire trucks Repaired and modified to FDNY spec

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13. Hydraulic Systems
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Here's how Hydraulic Systems is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed troubleshooting procedures on electrical, mechanical and hydraulic systems.
  • Demonstrated characteristics of electrical and hydraulic systems.
  • Handled all hydraulic systems on equipment serviced
  • Work on hydraulic systems, transmission, air systems, brakes, AC systems, electrical systems and so forth.
  • Trained in mechanics of turbine engines, computer systems, fire control systems, and hydraulic systems.
  • Diagnosed vehicle components, including engines, electrical, and hydraulic systems, as well body work.
  • Rebuild various types of high pressure pumps and hydraulic systems used in the painting industry.
  • Install, maintain, repair and overhaul aircraft structures and mechanical and hydraulic systems.
  • Serviced aircraft including engines, hydraulic systems, refueling, and potable water system.
  • Prepared aircraft for first flight tests by troubleshooting hydraulic systems & flight controls.
  • Serviced hydraulic systems including pumps, actuators, reservoirs, and accumulators.
  • Handled all hydraulic systems on roll-off trucks, guzzler and vacuum trucks.
  • Perform minor servicing of aircraft lavatory, oil, and hydraulic systems.
  • Installed air ride and hydraulic systems on new and classic vehicles.
  • Possess knowledge of mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic systems.
  • Inspect, service, and repair hydraulic systems.
  • Replaced drive and hydraulic systems.
  • Operated and delivered heavy machinery for rental Fabricated, maintained and repaired hydraulic systems Designed and created company website
  • Inspected flightcontrol components and surfaces, fusleage, landing gear components and hydraulic systems.
  • Make repairs to peterbuilt and Mack garbage trucks repairing elec systems, hydraulic systems brakes,tires etc

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14. Diagnosis
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Here's how Diagnosis is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed diagnosis and repair or overhaul transmissions and final differential assemblies.
  • Replace motors and transmissions on a variety of vehicles, service on all vehicles, diagnosis and repairs.
  • Produce an average flat rate of 40 hours weekly performing automotive diagnosis analysis, repair and maintenance.
  • Worked as a master mechanic, rotating through diagnosis and repair of automotive systems and units.
  • Worked Flat Rate Accomplishments Speeding up my repair time and accurate diagnosis of vehicles.
  • Perform diagnosis of malfunctions on items being repaired/rebuilt by new hire recruits.
  • Completed repair orders with diagnosis, parts and warranty required information.
  • Rebuild pumps, rebuild engines, and diagnosis various electrical issues.
  • Use PLC type diagnosis in unscheduled and scheduled maintenance.
  • Brake changes, symptom diagnosis, writing service orders.
  • Maintain equipment, Diagnosis, Welding, Cutting,
  • Used vehicle diagnosis and repair.
  • Maintained records, using automated systems.Diagnosis and repair of rotary drilling rigs, top drives.
  • Repair and Diagnosis automobiles for customers, Maintained and cleaned shop
  • Snap on solis diagnosis experience.
  • Bop and accumulator diagnosis and repair .Travel too and from rigs to assist with rig moves and perform maintenance.
  • Oil change and lube all the moving part Brake diagnosis and services Diagnosis in electrical problem.
  • Specialize in Electronic Diagnosis, Carburetors, Accessories and Add-ons Knowledge of the combustion engine.
  • Line Tech Diagnosis and Repair variety of equipment Write and give estimates for repairs
  • Oil change Brakes work Diagnosis & fixed the problem Work no engines Cleanup work area

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15. Water Pumps
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Here's how Water Pumps is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Repair and replace parts such as, seals, starter switches/motors, timing distributors, fuel pumps, water pumps.
  • Repaired and replaced domestic hot water heat pumps, chilled water pumps, sump pumps and sewage pumps.
  • Performed car diagnostics Changed out batteries, alternators, starters, water pumps, and performed coolant flushes
  • Overhauled and replaced carburetors, blowers, generators, distributors, starters, and water pumps.
  • Installed fuel and oil pumps; installed generators, water pumps, starters and tappet covers.
  • Changed tires brakes oil belts hoses spark plugs brake calipers air filters u joints water pumps
  • Replaced small components such as starters, alternators, fuel pumps, and water pumps.
  • Replace broken parts, such as water pumps, radiators, serpentine belts etc.
  • Perform routine inspections, preventative maintenance and servicing for water pumps.
  • Changed water pumps and motor swaps, exhausts and turbo systems.
  • Adjusted and repaired fan belt and fuel and water pumps.
  • Repaired and replaced water pumps in lower units.
  • Maintain water pumps associated with cooling towers.
  • Repaired and replaced radiators and water pumps.
  • Water pumps, starters etc.
  • Repaired and replaced belts, hoses, steering systems, radiators, brakes, water pumps, motors, & Transmissions.
  • Contributed to repeat and referral business by using strong customer service and problem solving skills.Repaired and replaced radiators and water pumps.
  • Removed and replaced tires, shocks, struts and brakes Repaired and installed radiators and water pumps.
  • repaired Radiators, heaters, water pumps small repairs on cars, cutting and welding.
  • Replace headgaskets timing belts water pumps.

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16. Tire Pressure
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Here's how Tire Pressure is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Wash and detail, check fluids and tire pressure, and drive occasionally to make sure vehicle is roadworthy.
  • General maintenance duties including checking oil, antifreeze, tire pressure, and other fluid levels as necessary.
  • Checked all necessary parts of the car including engine oil, fillers, tire pressure, etc.
  • Check engine oil, fuel, fluid levels and tire pressure for over 100 vehicle safety inspections.
  • Perform a complete vehicle inspection, check tire pressure, visually check for worn or damaged parts.
  • Checked tire threads and tire pressure to assure they meet safety requirements for each vehicle.
  • Chain down equipment and check tire pressure check all fluids and grease entire machine.
  • Changed oil, check tire pressure, replaced oil and air filters.
  • Blow out back of trailer, check tire pressure and refuel.
  • Check tire pressure, inspect tires for damage and wear.
  • Checked tire pressure/ rotated tires/ wash and vacuum vehicles.
  • Check tread depth and tire pressure.
  • Changed oil, checked tire pressure, cleaned the shop when we weren't busy.
  • Fix anything mechanical on desiel trucks, change tires, check tire pressure, maintain all trucks engines and electrical parts.
  • change oil in vehicles, adjust tire pressure, rotate tires, etc.
  • Change oil Check tire pressure Sharpen blades for mowers, tillers, go carts, ect.
  • Change Oil and Oil filters * Check Tire pressures * Fill vital fluids * Tire rotations
  • Weekend job, travel to racetracks for trackside prep and repair Build and maintain racecars Data analysis of fuel and tire pressures
  • Check oil Tire pressure Brake fluid Stock shelves Garage maintenance
  • Changed oil Changed tires Checked tire pressure Checked fluids Fixed tires Fixed light bulbs

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17. 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.
  • Completed preventive maintenance such as, tire rotation, oil changes, wheel balancing, engine tune-ups replaced filters Cleaned the garage
  • General maintenance, preventative maintenance, fixing wiring problems, some engine tune-ups, welding, hydraulics, ect.
  • 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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Here's how Fuel Systems is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired combustible engine transmission, brakes, hydraulics, fuel systems, and electrical repairs, welding, and fabricated metal.
  • Fuel systems analyst for aerial combat support within naval and other military combatants, during war in middle east.
  • Checked and maintained the operating efficiency of electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and fuel systems of the GSE.
  • Converted vehicle fuel systems from gasoline to butane gas operations and repairs and services operating butane fuel units.
  • Repair generators, electrical systems on tanks, trucks, jeeps repair fuel systems on the same
  • Perform functional test of all systems including hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, and fuel systems.
  • Diagnose, repair engines, transmissions, components, electrical and fuel systems, etc.
  • Maintain, repair, overhaul, adjust, install and calibrate necessary vehicle fuel systems.
  • Specialized in Engine swaps, head gaskets, cooling systems, and fuel systems.
  • Reattached and rigged flight controls and troubleshot hydraulic, pneumatic lines and fuel systems.
  • Full service to fuel systems on KC-135 military aircraft
  • Specialized in servicing brakes and fuel systems.
  • Replace belts, hoses, plugs, brake and fuel systems.
  • Repaired and overhauled auxiliary fuel systems for Army Helicopters.I am a motivated quick learner.
  • Maintain or repair vehicles with alternative fuel systems, including biodiesel, hybrid, or compressed natural gas vehicles.
  • Fuel systems, including removal rplacement of fuel cells, components and fuel indicating systems.
  • Manage hydrate systems * Experience with flight control, rotor, and fuel systems.
  • Maintained hydraulics, pneumatics, fuel systems and mechanical components.
  • Coordinated and scheduled routine vehicle and equipment servcies Performed inspections,repairing diesel, gasoline, and multi-fuel systems.
  • Oil Change Air Conditioning Maintenance Transmissions Fuel Systems Inspection Electrical Suspension Hydraulics

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19. Hvac
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Here's how Hvac is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Conducted troubleshooting on air conditioning systems and performed HVAC services and repairs on trucks.
  • Shift engineer responsibilities including but not limited too electrical, plumbing and HVACR.
  • Perform scheduled preventive and recurring maintenance and inspection of HVAC equipment.
  • Maintain HVAC equipment for Eisenhower Medical Center and 43 outlying buildings.
  • Assisted in the installation of commercial and residential HVAC units.
  • Helped troubleshoot problems with the HVAC units during service work.
  • Perform preventive and corrective maintenance on all HVACR equipment.
  • Light commercial overhead and servicing of all HVAC equipment.
  • Repair and install HVAC in new and existing homes
  • Specialized in HVAC controls and building automation systems.
  • Installed HVAC units and serviced all related equipment.
  • Assisted with HVAC repairs and maintenance.
  • Repair HVAC on HD Trucks.
  • Monitor HVAC equipment by utilizing Building Automation System (Siemens) on a desktop and laptop computer.
  • Performed complete vehicle inspections, diagnosing and repai ring of vehicle HVAC systems.
  • Fabricate duct for HVAC units, operated plasma cutting machine, Operated s-lock and drive machine, tdc machine and power brake
  • Supervised HVAC com- New York mercial jobs.
  • install HVAC sytems and install duct systems
  • dust extraction, HVAC, electrical.
  • maintain all aspects of industrial plant welding, electrical,hvac,painting,heat treat,

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20. Service Aircraft
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Here's how Service Aircraft is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Inspect, repair, modify, and service aircraft systems, components, and assemblies, both on-and off-aircraft.
  • Performed miscellaneous duties as service aircraft, including flushing oil systems, cleaning screens, and greasing moving parts
  • Service aircraft, change oil, clean and gap plugs inspect and repair aircraft and components as required.
  • Service aircraft systems by draining and flushing gearboxes, transmissions, and fuel cells.
  • Greet aircraft at gate, Perform daily checks, and Service Aircraft as required.
  • Service aircraft systems, replace components/accessories, repack gears, minor structure repairs.
  • Service aircraft systems such as engines, transmissions, fuel and hydraulics.
  • Clean, refuel, and change oil in line service aircraft.
  • Used hand, powered, and specialized tools to service aircraft.
  • Perform miscellaneous duties and service aircraft.
  • Service aircraft back to original state.
  • Repair and service aircraft engines.worked C&D checks on md-80,88 & 737.INSTALLED SMOKE MOD ON 757.
  • Inspect, test, repair, maintain, and service aircraft.
  • Perform miscellaneous duties to service aircraft including flushing crankcase, cleaning screens, greasing moving parts, and checking brakes.
  • Provided non-routine maintenance on in-service aircraft including troubleshooting and repairs to systems, structures, and powerplants.
  • Conduct preflight/post flight inspections and service aircraft jacking/towing on CH-47D aircraft.
  • Obtain fuel and oil samples and perform quality control inspections Clean, refuel/defuel, and change oil in line service aircraft.
  • Service aircraft and subsystems Prepare aircraft for inspections and maintenance checks Perform scheduled inspections and assist in performing special inspections.
  • Remove and replace drive train and fuel systems Fuel and service aircraft Inspect subordinates work
  • Admininstered various duties to service aircraft needs Implemented motivational techniquies towards avaition crew to meet acquired deadline.

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21. Engine Repair
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Here's how Engine Repair is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Oil changes-Radiator flushes-Engine swaps-Engine repair-Transmission swaps
  • Light to heavy engine repair including: head gaskets, intake gaskets, rebuild engines, timing chain and belt replacements.
  • Brake relines, road calls, engine repairs, engine overhauls on Series 50 & 60 Detroit diesel engines.
  • Provided exceptional customer service to a steady client base for small engine repair.
  • General maintenance on vehicles including minor and major engine repairs and sales
  • Performed scheduled maintenance of semi-trucks and trailers and engine repairs.
  • Assist Mechanic II and III in remove/install and engine repair.
  • Oil change tire rotation and automotive diagnosis and engine repairs
  • Oil changes, brake exchange, minor engine repair.
  • Major engine repair and overhauls on gasoline, propane, electric pallet jacks, reach trucks and double reach trucks.
  • Assist other mechanics doing engine repair, transmissions r&r, electrical and support.
  • perform clutch, brake, electrical troubleshooting and engine repairs.
  • Performed small engine repair on Briggs and Stratton engines.
  • Diversified Occupations Program Assisted mechanics in all mechanical duties, including engine repairs and preventive maintenance on district buses and vehicles
  • Oil and tire changes * Basic tune ups, Brake repair * Small engine repair
  • Licensed NC safety inspector 4-wheel alignments and repairs A/C repairs/Certified by MACS (Mobile Air Condition Society) Engine repairs
  • Full time) *Perform brake, suspension and engine repair visual inspections and alignments.
  • Oil Changes Tire Rotations Changing Tires Engine Repairs
  • Front and rear suspension repairs brake jobs clutch jobs electrical trouble shooting and repair A/c repairs engine repairs
  • General vehicle maintenance -Engine repair -Drive train repair -Electrical repair -Tire repair -Towing -Answering phone calls -Writing tickets -Front Desk when needed

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22. 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.
  • Communicated effectively with customers on future problems and repairs that might need to be addressed.
  • Performed ARC, MIG, and TIG welding, brazing and Oxyacetylene gas cutting.
  • Operated Ox-Acetylene cutting and brazing torch, plasma cutters and MIG and Arch welders.
  • Perform minor welding tasks with mild steel, stainless and aluminum MIG welders.
  • Performed basic gas and MIG/ flux core welding.
  • Weld and fabricate for the company using acetylene torch and mig as well as stick welder.
  • Performed various types of welding repairs with and mig welder and some arc welding.
  • Have mig welding certification and over 5 years welding experience.
  • Experience welding, mig, dig, acetylene and aluminum.
  • Performed wielding jobs on trailer equipment(mig wielding)
  • Learned basic MIG, SMAW and oxy-fuel cutting operations.
  • Have used various methods for assemble of above including arc welding and also have previous mig welding experiance.
  • Build exhausts starting with a straight piece of tube with a pipe bender an mig welder.
  • Performed metal fabrication, utilizing both Mig and Tig welding machines.
  • Welded and fabricated assemblies used throughout the project powerhouse and fish bypass facility -used mig/tig/oxy welding equipment.
  • Worked as heavy equipment Mechanic - Crane operator in plant A up to 50 tons - Welding, MIG and TIG
  • Operated mill, lathes and grinders Performed welding, mig and arc Operated a cutting torch
  • Inspected/Maintained/Repaired CSX Customer railcars *SMAW (Stick Welding) *MIG Welding *Railcar Mechanic *Billing Responsibilities *Rigging *Re-railing Derailed Railcars

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23. Tractor Trailers
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Here's how Tractor Trailers is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Garage and mechanical work on tractor trailers including: building, welding, metal repair, mechanics, problem solving.
  • Operated in a shipping and receiving warehouse utilizing forklifts to load and unload tractor trailers and rail car.
  • Repair tractor trailers, light trucks, serviced company vehicles, ordered parts, shipping and receiving
  • Perform maintenance on medium too heavy duty trucks such as garbage trucks and tractor trailers.
  • Completed a full inspection on Tractor Trailers as well as performed full maintenance.
  • Maintained and repaired tractor trailers that were part of the company's fleet.
  • Serviced and maintained dump trucks, concrete trucks, and tractor trailers.
  • Maintain and repair fleet of tractor trailers and tree trimming trucks.
  • Repaired heavy equipment, heavy duty trucks and tractor trailers.
  • Maintain, troubleshoot and repair fleet of tractor trailers.
  • Drive forklift and unload tractor trailers.
  • Moved and parked tractor trailers.
  • Performed maintenance on tractor trailers.
  • Job Title: Responsibilities: Diagnose and repair all: crane components, 18 wheelers, tractor trailers and electrical components
  • Perform inspections, diagnostic tests, and mechanical repairs on tractor trailers, heavy equipment and other diesel vehicles.
  • worked on regular sized cars up to tractor trailers.
  • Assisted other technicians in complicated repair work Repaired multiple tractor trailers Transferred vehicles back to the owners after repairs were made
  • Repaired grove equipment,tractor trailers and other heavy equipment in the field and and the shop
  • repair (mostly trailers) -Services on vehicles/equipment ranging from Tractor trailers to concrete cutting saws -Welding
  • Repaired and Maintained Tractor Trailers Fork Lift & Skid steer Maintenance& Repair Hydraulic system repair

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24. Wheel Bearings
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Here's how Wheel Bearings is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired, overhauled and adjusted brake systems, repaired and replaced defective ball joint suspensions, brake shoes and wheel bearings.
  • Performed general preventative maintenance services (oil changes, packing wheel bearings, replacing brake pads/drums/rotors, etc.)
  • Received training in basic repairs and performed changes on wheel bearings, tire changes, and preventative maintenance.
  • Serviced and repaired cars and truck, brakes, wheel bearings ball joints and other small repairs
  • Repaired and replaced rear ends, drive lines, wheel bearings, and steering components.
  • Resurfaced brake rotors and drums, cleaned inspected and packed wheel bearings with appropriate grease.
  • Repair or replace defective ball joint suspensions, brake shoes, or wheel bearings.
  • Repair or replace worn parts, such as break pads and wheel bearings.
  • Replaced engines, heads, timing chains, axles, and wheel bearings.
  • Do oil changes and lots of other jobs on cars like breaks wheel bearings
  • Repaired and replaced brake shoes, wheel bearings.
  • Replaced wheel bearings and changed tires on vehicles.
  • Inspected belts, hoses, steering systems, spark plugs, brake and fuel systems, and wheel bearings.
  • Specialized in servicing brakes, ball joints, wheel bearings, belts, hoses, spark plugs and wheel alignments.
  • Repair and replace defective balljoint suspensions, brake shoes, and wheel bearings.
  • tie rods, rotors, wheel bearings (inner and outer), leaf springs, shocks and coil springs.
  • Tire, lube, change starters, brakes, radiators, wheel bearings, ect
  • Replace defective chassis parts, such as shock absorbers, balljoint suspension, brake shoes and wheel bearings.
  • Replace disk and drum brakes,struts, wheel bearings,water pumps and belts.
  • Changed tires - Brakes - Oil changes - Wheel bearings - Axles

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25. Pneumatic Systems
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Here's how Pneumatic Systems is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Implemented mechanical skills to repair machinery on designated route including hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Performed troubleshooting and repairs to mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Maintained hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Position requires extensive knowledge of hydraulic and pneumatic systems, automotive electrical, metal work, fabrication, and welding.
  • Diagnosed and repaired electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems on various types of on highway tractors and trailers.
  • Diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul aircraft engines and assemblies, such as hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Maintained hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, electrical systems, diesel equipment and AC/DC systems.
  • Maintained and had general understanding of hydraulic systems, electrical systems, and pneumatic systems.
  • Maintained hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, gas equipment, diesel equipment and HVAC.
  • Maintain air compressors, HVAC systems, electrical and pneumatic systems throughout plant.
  • Assisted in troubleshooting on Electric, Hydraulic, Engine and Pneumatic systems.
  • Assembled mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, vacuum generators, etc.
  • Installed and maintained power transmission, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Service crew o2 and various pneumatic systems.
  • Designed pneumatic systems for packaging line.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and repairs on trailer pneumatic systems, electrical systems, hydraulics, axle components, and brake systems.
  • Serviced tires, brakes, landing gear, hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, oils and oxygen systems.
  • Repaired hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, electrical systems, APU, interiors and airframe.
  • Installed and diagnosed problems in various equipments such as hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Machine assembly, structural assembly and welding, pneumatic systems installation, compressors installa- tions

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26. Test Equipment
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Here's how Test Equipment is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Use highly technical test equipment to troubleshoot and repair complex electrical and electronic systems/equipment; identify and replace circuit boards.
  • Set up and use panels, flow meters, pumps, timers, scopes, gauges and other auxiliary test equipment.
  • Used hoists, hand tools, test instruments, computerized test equipment, calibration tools, micrometers and gauges.
  • Use electronic test equipment to locate and correct malfunctions in fuel, ignition, and emissions control systems.
  • Maintained all test equipment and trained new mechanics on the proper way to use the equipment.
  • Use of hand-held tools, drills, motors, power-feed, precision measuring and test equipment.
  • Qualified as an NNSY test mechanic to both build and operate test equipment for nuclear testing.
  • Use a variety of test equipment to troubleshoot and locate faults and equipment troubles.
  • Diagnose system malfunctions using diagnostic test equipment, isolate causes, and correct deficiencies.
  • Experienced in operating diagnostic test equipment, welders hand and power tools.
  • Experience with hydraulic test equipment checking and setting main system pressures.
  • Use of built in test equipment and use diagnostic tools.
  • Diagnosed services through proficient use of electronic test equipment.
  • Use of all test equipment and measuring tools.
  • Worked on electrical test equipment.
  • Operated multimeters, timing lights and standardized test equipment for internal combustion engines.
  • Calibrated and maintained test equipment Performed standard equipment and circuitry test
  • Test Equipment), another electronic/electrical test equipment, gauges, calipers, torque wrenches, cables/probes, transducers.
  • Utilized test equipment to include precision measuring tools, multi meters and Avionics test sets.
  • Use a variety of test procedures and test equipment (e.g.

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27. Service Calls
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Here's how Service Calls is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Experience with lights and electronics on trucks and trailers, went on service calls when the need arose.
  • Performed heavy duty preventive maintenance and light duty.went out on service calls performed brake jobs and inspections
  • Maintain proper records of any service calls and accurate description of any and all services provided.
  • Performed repairs in shop and on service calls specializing in diesel engines and generators.
  • Responded to road service calls and participated in on-call duties during the winter months.
  • Answered service calls and provided general maintenance and repair service to building tenants
  • Make emergency service calls for stranded buses or other district equipment.
  • Repair & maintain fleet delivery trucks, Make roadside service calls
  • Responded to service calls and executed minor room repairs.
  • Performed general plumbing, heating & cooling residential service calls
  • Service Trucks and go on service calls.
  • Responded to and self-managed service calls.
  • Perform service calls as needed.
  • Assisted with roadside service calls.
  • Service buses,transport buses, service calls.
  • Service calls on road for reapir
  • service calls involving farm equipment and semi-trucks, schedule appointments, customer service, take payments at the cash register.
  • service and repair farm equipment, service calls, predeliver new equipment, repair trade ins.
  • service and repair turf, construction, and ag equipment, delivery and service calls.
  • Front End * Alignment * Brakes * Service Calls

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28. Technical Manuals
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Here's how Technical Manuals is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintained and repaired electric, hydraulic, and mechanical systems on tracked vehicles using electronic equipment and technical manuals.
  • Used technical manuals for repair operations and troubleshooting.
  • Used schematics, special tools, parts, diagnostic test equipment, technical manuals, automated technical manuals, and spreadsheets.
  • Interpret common technical manuals and schematics, read, write and communicate accurately and professionally with managers, co-workers and guests.
  • Read and interpreting schematics, assemble drawings, process specifications, technical manuals, written instructions, and test procedures.
  • Used technical manuals to troubleshoot equipment, find deficiencies, and order correct parts as needed.
  • Inspect administrative, maintenance, supply records in accordance with provisions outlined in governing technical manuals.
  • Interpreted drawings and instructions for wiring diagrams and technical manuals to assemble or repair equipment.
  • Order parts using Technical Manuals and cross reference with Federal Logistics Data (FEDLOG).
  • Performed periodic and unscheduled maintenance in accordance with OEM and Air Force technical manuals.
  • Plan work procedures, using charts, technical manuals, and experience.
  • Preform full scale annual services in accordance to the current technical manuals.
  • Read and interpreted schematic diagrams, flow charts and technical manuals.
  • Performed maintenance related task with the correct related technical manuals.
  • Required reading technical manuals, blueprints and service bulletins.
  • Worked from technical manuals and engineering work orders.
  • Read, interpreted, and followed technical manuals.
  • Interpreted work orders and technical manuals.
  • Performed maintenance inspections and repairsto include troubleshooting, diagnosing and parts ordering in accordance with applicable technical manuals.
  • Preformed all work in accordance with applicable technical manuals and safety guidelines.

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29. R
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Here's how R is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Job duties include regular factory recommended maintenance, mechanical repair, tire repair/replacement, alignments and other miscellaneous services.
  • Perform preventive maintenance during shutdowns and service equipment.
  • Keep equipment in operation without malfunction interruptions.
  • Enforced Zero Energy Safety Policy; in charge of examining schematics and identifying energy sources that needed to be shut down.
  • Used the internet to research any necessary tools required for the job and located parts to complete the repairs.
  • Perform preventive maintenance on motors, gear boxes, conveyors, hydraulic cylinders, welding, etc.
  • Change brakes, airbags, perform engine over heads, weld on steel, aluminum, and stainless
  • Performed troubleshooting and repair of industrial washers, dryers, and folders during production as necessary.
  • Experience with concrete equipment such as, concrete pump, and form traveler.
  • Transitioned Union Local 976C to a computerized accounting format featuring spreadsheets and QuickBooks.
  • Estimated the cost of repairs and prepared an estimate for the client.
  • Perform unison rings pad checks and crankshaft rig checks.
  • Contributed technical expertise and maintained 100% production.
  • Trouble Shoot equipment to continue adequate production.
  • Fit and adjust new or repaired parts.
  • Plan and coordinate building maintenance.
  • Perform heavy and light checks on Delta DC-9, MD-88 and 757 type aircraft.
  • Master Mechanic(Pump Station) Responsible for the safety and productivity of fellow co-workers.
  • repair and complete maintenance vehicles.
  • Identified as the "go to expert" to troubleshoot and repair problems on pumps.

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Here's how Cummins is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Diagnose mechanical problems and repair an array of equipment and vehicles, including Cummins, diesel trucks and gasoline vehicles.
  • Repaired, replaced, and overhauled International, Cummins, and GMC gas and diesel engines under warranty.
  • Perform maintenance and repairs to Cummins, CAT, Mercedes, Ford and other motors.
  • Performed engine overhauls on Cummins, Cat, Mack, Detroit, International motors.
  • Scheduled preventative maintenance performed on Cat, Cummins, and Detroit Motors.
  • Rebuild engines including Cummins N14, Cat and Detroit Diesels.
  • Replace head gaskets on multiple sized Cummins and caterpillar engines.
  • Serviced and repaired Cummins, Allison and Detroit diesel engines.
  • Serviced and installed Cummins motors and Ford motors.
  • Replace injectors on 45L and 50L Cummins.
  • Diagnose electrical and mechanical issues on Freightliner International and Cummins engines.
  • Work with all major diesel engine manufactures, Cat, Cummins, Duetz, Detroit, and John Deere.
  • trouble shooting, repair and overhaul of Detroit Diesel, Cummins, and Volvo diesel engines
  • Diagnose and repair Cummins ISM engines * Diagnose and repair trailers
  • CAT, Cummins, and Kabota diesel engines.
  • Cat and cummins engines, maintance work for skid packages Built and tested valve bodies.
  • Complete truck repair - most & 1 ton trucks, specializing in 5.9 Cummins, 7.3, 6.0, and 6.7 Navistar
  • Trained and certified on the repair of Kubota, Perkins, Cummins, Kohler and Briggs and Stratton engines.
  • Certified in Cummins Mega Mid Range and Kenworth Suspension Diagnosed, troubleshot and rebuilt engines Transmission disassembly
  • major mechanic duties rebuild motors Catapiler, Cummins ,Detroit , ford ,chevy ect.

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31. 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.
  • Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined, as well as troubleshooting and communicating issues.
  • Inspected brake systems, steering Mechanisms, wheel bearings and other important parts on city buses.
  • Followed checklists to ensure all important parts are examined during a scheduled maintenance work request.
  • Follow checklist to ensure all important parts are examined on the vehicle being worked on.
  • 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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32. FAA
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Here's how FAA is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Comply with FAA Airworthiness directives, Advisory Circulars and manufacture directed inspections and modifications.
  • Use manufacturer maintenance manuals to accomplish work satisfactorily to FAA regulations.
  • Completed and documented all maintenance performed as necessary as per FAA requirements
  • Documented maintenance/repair actions per company and FAA requirements.
  • Repaired and Refurbished aircraft interiors, per FAA regulations and guidelines and customer's FAA approved CMM (Component Maintenance Manual)
  • Performed full line maintenance in a FAA Part 121 category on five Fokker F27 Turbo Prop Aircraft.
  • Performed airplane overhauls, install and replace aviation parts according to maintenance manuals and FAA regulations.
  • Followed all FAA procedures per AMM and SRM for performing any maintenance on aircraft.
  • Ensured that all aircraft operational matters were within manufactures, FAA and company limits.
  • Inspect completed work to certify component meets FAA standards and is clear for operation.
  • Completed all repairs and maintenance work to company and FAA standards.
  • Conduct NASA, NAVAIR and FAA government acceptance ATP testing.
  • Followed all company and FAA safety procedures.
  • Can follow FAA manuals and specs.
  • Update airframe/engine/propeller logbooks per FAA regulations.
  • Coordinate with MTL, STM, and the Inspection Department to ensure compliance with internal and FAA inspection and documentation requirements.
  • Conducted line maintenance, inspections in accordance with FAA AAIP and maintenance manual requirements on Eurocopter AS-350B2 and EC-130B4.
  • Completed all repairs and modifications in accordance with all manufacturers specs., Engineering orders and FAA regulations.
  • Performed duties well through FAA Aircraft, Airframe and Power Plant license and strong electronic background.
  • Performed all tasks assigned within accordance by Frontier and FAA operating standards B.

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33. Construction Equipment
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Here's how Construction Equipment is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired and maintained construction equipment, directional boring equipment and support equipment.
  • Perform repairs and preventative maintenance on Volvo Construction Equipment.
  • General repair and maintenance of construction equipment.
  • Handle tasks of maintaining heavy construction equipment, installing or replacing other related equipment or machinery with power and hand tools.
  • Use a variety of tools and equipment such as power construction equipment, measuring devices, power tools, and testing equipment
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on light, medium and heavy duty vehicles to include cement mixers and construction equipment.
  • Work as a mechanic fixing construction equipment vehicles Perform monthly maintenance to assure the vehicle is good to run
  • Repair construction equipment through a set of standards and maintain the cleanliness of the work shop.
  • Maintain and repair heavy construction equipment in the shop as well as on construction sites.
  • Operate and maintain small construction equipment such as Bob cats and other small tractors.
  • Service and repair equipment as needed, worked on agriculture and construction equipment
  • Pulled, cleaned and organized parts off of forestry and construction equipment.
  • Maintain and repair small and large construction equipment.
  • Repair and services to industrial and construction equipment.
  • Repair broken construction equipment on job cites.
  • Maintained the maintenance on heavy construction equipment.
  • Maintained construction equipment including skid steers, loaders, backhoes, trucks and trailers.
  • Repair, overhaul, and maintain trucks and heavy-duty construction equipment .
  • Diagnose and repair all john deere construction equipment.
  • Service and repair landscape equipment * Service and repair fleet vehicles * Service and repair construction equipment

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34. Cessna
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Here's how Cessna is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform relative maintenance interval tasks required per Cessna maintenance manuals and timed/scheduled maintenance procedures.
  • Performed all day to day repairs and maintenance of aircraft ranging from Cessna 425,441,550,560, Citation and King Air 200.
  • Perform 100 inspections / line service /refurbish and paint on Beech Bonanza, Cessna, Piper and Lusc0mbe.
  • Performed Annual Inspections on small Piper, Beech & Cessna aircraft.
  • General aircraft maintenance, 100hr/annual inspections on Piper and Cessna aircraft.
  • Performed Cessna 441 annual inspection (100 hours inspection).
  • Worked on Cessna, Piper, and Duchess.
  • Performed line maintenance on CESSNA C402C.
  • Worked on Cessna 172, 182, T182, 206, T206, and Citation Mustang.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on sigle engine piston aircraft, such as Mooney, Cessna, Cirrus, and Piper.
  • Performed all repairs and maintenance on Cessna 172, 182, 210, 310 King Air/C-90 and Piper Aircraft.
  • general aviation repair shop, Cessna 441, Beech King Air E90 scheduled inspections and modifications
  • Familiarized with Cessna 182, 172, Piper Cherokee, Lycoming and Continental engines.
  • Performed maintenance/inspections on corporate aircraft, Beechcraft, Cessna, Lear, and Falcon.
  • Performed Annual and general maintenance on small Piper, Beech & Cessna aircraft.
  • Assisted all maintenance and repairs on Cessna citation and Beechcraft aircraft.
  • Worked on Cessna 152, 172, 172rg, Piper Seminole, and Beechcraft Duchess.
  • general aviation repair shop, part 135 Cessna, Beech, Piper, Mooney, Lycoming, Continental
  • Focus on Beechcraft KingAir (C90, 200, 300, & 350), Cessna Citation aircraft.
  • Assisted in perfoming 100 Hr inspections on various Piper, Cessna and Beechcraft airplanes Assisted in preventative maintenance + engine overhauls

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Here's how Dump Truck is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Truck Driving - Operated 12 yard dump truck, hauling asphalt, aggregates and dirt to various construction sites.
  • Repair and service more than 30 tractors and dump trucks and about 50 trailers.
  • Trained in backhoe, bobcat, dump truck, and forklift operation.
  • Service motor graders, bulldozers, dump trucks, backhoes and excavators.
  • Remove differential covers and do inter cooler upgrades to dump trucks.
  • Repair of Mack dump trucks, Buses and support equipment.
  • Perform maintenance on class 8 dump trucks.
  • Load dump trucks with dirt when needed.
  • Repaired and maintained 10 Wheel Dump Trucks.
  • Repair dump trucks and heavy equipment.
  • Put body's on dump trucks, ran wiring for lights ext.
  • Repair dump trucks and trailers including electrical systems, hydraulic systems, and pneumatic systems.
  • Manufactured sheetmetal parts for use in dump truck trailer manufacturing.
  • worked on dump trucks/snow plows what was needed per season
  • Drive dump truck and lowbay.
  • Repaired heavy and light wheel equipment; including but not limited to dump trucks, backhoes, bushhogger.
  • Serviced and repaired Light duty diesels Worked on dump trucks, skidsteers, And tractor trailer rigs
  • Change the tires on the dump trucks * Change the oil on the trucks * Wash and clean the trucks
  • Maintained and repaired "heavy equipment" (Operated dump truck, loader, etc.
  • Maintain &repair all equipment.I.e,backhoe,forklift,dump truck,payloader,etc.

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36. 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.
  • Fulfilled caterpillar engine tune ups including setting fuel synchronization, timing, load, and setting valve adjustments
  • Repair, trouble shoot, and prepare Caterpillar equipment and over the road trucks.
  • Worked, ditched and ran grade on slate dump with Caterpillar D6s and D10s.
  • Certified by Caterpillar for 3126, C-7, and CV-9 engines.
  • Worked on Cumming engines, International engines, and Caterpillar engines.
  • Repair and maintenance of all types of Caterpillar construction equipment.
  • Perform route maintenance, trouble-shooting, and repairing Caterpillar equipment.
  • Perform valve adjustments on caterpillar C10- and C-11 engines.
  • Maintained Caterpillar 247 skid steer and mini excavator.
  • Performed preventive maintenance, diagnostic testing, and repair of Caterpillar earthmoving equipment, to include rebuilding of major components.
  • Operate Caterpillar D10s on raw coal stock pile fed by longwall mine, and clean coal stock pile.
  • Stay up to date on training from Caterpillar, Komatsu, Euclid and Hitachi.
  • Maintain caterpillar engines online for rig power Commission all systems in jack up rigs
  • Overhaul diesel engines Caterpillar, John Deere and Komatsu.
  • Completed Caterpillar G-3600AIII engine training in April, 2007.
  • Operated and serviced four 10,000 HP Colt Pielstick Diesel Engines, five Caterpillar Diesel Generators, and all associated systems and equipment
  • Employed Diagnostic Electronic Tester for Terex, Caterpillar and JLG Elci refrigerant recovery systems.
  • Worked on Superiors, Waukesha, Caterpillar, Worthington compressor and knight compressors.

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37. Trouble Shooting
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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Updated manufacturing schematics and documentation for faster trouble shooting.
  • Trouble shooting and installation of communication systems.
  • Trouble shooting and repairing engines, electrical, hydraulic, air, fuel, and exhaust, and cooling systems.
  • Keep production lines active by trouble shooting and doing preventive maintenance on conveyors, pumps and other mechanical machines.
  • Trouble shooting, reading schematics, fabricating, cutting and welding was also a major part of the job.
  • Conducted scheduled and unscheduled flight line and field maintenance including trouble shooting hydraulic systems, and aircraft towing.
  • Do everything from working and trouble shooting vehicles, fixing various items around building and landscaping
  • Trouble shooting and diagnosing customers vehicles to properly find the problem and fix it.
  • Performed trouble shooting, diagnostics, and test drove/ road tested all MRAP vehicles.
  • Assisted mechanics and learned basic mechanic skills and trouble shooting mechanical problems on automobiles.
  • Adjusted, repair, and trouble shooting line machines when necessary.
  • Trouble shooting and repairs of oil service cementing and fracturing equipment.
  • Trouble shooting problems by analyzing unusual ware patterns and noises.
  • Used electrical schematics and blueprints to do trouble shooting.
  • Trouble shooting and repair electrical wiring and components.
  • Trouble shooting perspective aircraft systems when needed.
  • Trouble shooting problems and fixing them.
  • Maintained servo motors frequency drives some Plc trouble shooting.
  • Maintained equipment Executed trouble shooting procedures and repaired equipment efficiently Conducted preventive maintenance Overhauled and tuned engines Repaired miscellaneous equipment
  • Brake System .Gear box .Trouble shooting .Attended training at NMYC (National Manpower and Youth Council)

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38. Small Engines
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Here's how Small Engines is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired heavy equipment and small engines
  • Complete repair and restoration of small engines, machinery, Imported and Domestic motorcycles, and vintage automobiles and trucks.
  • Repair of small engines on chains saws, string trimmer's, lawn mower, riding mowers and tractors.
  • Diagnosed, troubleshot, and repaired, small engines including lawn mowers, rototillers, (etc.)
  • Repair of large vehicles, small engines, example: weed eaters, generators and lawn mowers.
  • Perform regular maintenance for a variety of small engines including tune up's and oil changes.
  • Repair lifts including repairing structural defects, electrical systems, small engines, electric motors.
  • Fix and maintain small engines such and weed whackers, chainsaws, snow blowers.
  • Repair and Rebuilding small engines, lawn equipment, automobiles for independent customers.
  • Work with brother repairing small engines, mini bikes, motorcycles, quads.
  • Work on go-carts and small engines, driving forklifts, and lulls.
  • Diagnose and repair equipment ranging from small engines to heavy equipment
  • Service small engines and pumps.
  • Serviced power equipment * Diagnosed and troubleshot small engines
  • Worked on small engines, Helped customers with pre-ride check lists, Did weekly inventory checks, Ordered part as needed.
  • work on small engines ranging from push mowers to demo saws.
  • diagnose what was wrong with all vehicles & small engines.
  • Maintained heavy vehicles and earth moving equipment Organized and supervised several workers in tasks related to equipment Repaired small engines and equipment
  • Estimated cost of repair and performance engine upgrades Diagnosed and Repaired mechanical and electrical problems for motorcycles/atvs/small engines
  • Diagnosed and repaired automotive/small engines Welding and Fabricating Ordered parts and maintained customer records

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39. Farm Equipment
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Here's how Farm Equipment is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Assembled factory-delivered farm equipment in line with complex technical drawings and diagrams.
  • Repair farm equipment to costumer standards
  • Performed everything from maintenance to complete rebuilds on ATV's, Jet Ski's, Farm equipment and very large boats.
  • Washed trailers operated heavy farm equipment, learned to work on semis and trailers doing services brakes Dot inspections, basic repairs
  • Air conditioning repair on cars, trucks, Semi's and farm equipment, including large tractors and combines.
  • Worked as a mechanic for fleet vehicles, farm equipment, as well as personal cars and trucks.
  • Feed Cattle * Maintain Farm equipment * Drive farm equipment (tractors, pickups, etc.)
  • Maintained and repaired all construction, excavation and farm equipment and trucks for excavation company.
  • Service and repair heavy farm equipment such as CAT, John Deer tractors and cranes.
  • Perform repairs and preventative maintenance on AGCO, Gleaner, and Massey Ferguson Farm Equipment.
  • Gas and Diesel, Motorcycles, Cars, Trucks, Tractors, Farm Equipment
  • Repaired farm equipment, automobiles, light-duty and heavy-duty pickup trucks.
  • Performed repairs on automobiles, farm equipment, and trucks.
  • Performed routine maintenance and repairs on vehicles and farm equipment.
  • Repaired heavy equipment and assembled different types of farm equipment.
  • Repaired and maintained various types of farm equipment.
  • Worked on heavy farm equipment.
  • worked on all equipment including forklifts, tractors, diesel and propane systems, farm equipment etc.
  • Key Accomplishments Daily maintenance of farm equipment and vehicles.
  • service and repar of John deere farm equipment

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40. Defective Parts
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Here's how Defective Parts is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Disassembled engines and repaired or replaced defective parts.
  • Replace defective parts, using hand tools, arbor presses, flexible power presses, or power tools.
  • Disassemble and inspect motors to locate defective parts, using mechanic's hand tools and gauges.
  • Replace defective parts of machines or adjust clearances and alignment of moving parts.
  • Remove and replace worn or defective parts using hand and power tools.
  • Dismantled devices to gain access to and remove defective parts.
  • Replace defective parts missing on while on inspection.
  • Replace or repair worn or defective parts as required
  • Repaired or replaced defective parts.
  • Remove and replace defective parts.
  • Replace and repair defective parts Troubleshoot mechanical and electrical problems
  • Removed and replace all defective parts as necessary..
  • Disassemble axles in order to repair, adjust, and replace defective parts, using hand tools.
  • Worked on semi-trucks, pick-up trucks, and farm equipment diagnoses and troubleshoots vehicles for defective parts.
  • Required to order deftecive part replacement, cross-referencing defective parts with new parts.
  • Repaired and replaced defective parts, using handtools and power tools.
  • Removed and replaced defective parts on railcar braking system.
  • Replace defective parts, using hand tools 8.
  • Serviced customers -Performed skilled mechanical work analyzing and diagnosing problems -Inspected, replaced, and/ or repaired defective parts.
  • Dismantled devices to gain proper access and removed defective parts, using hoists, cranes, handtools and power tools.

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41. Machine Shop
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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
  • 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.
  • General Machine Shop (Lathe and Miller Vertical).
  • Complete machine shop operations and making adjustments and alignments.
  • Perform set-ups & operate all conventional machine shop equipment.
  • Worked in the automotive machine shop.
  • Lead mechanic overseeing machine shop personnel.
  • Rebuild engines, Machine Shop repairs,Performed all duties in engine repair with focus on head rebuilding.
  • 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.
  • Completed continuing education courses in machine shop and electroncs.
  • Service machine shop machines * Service front end loader, tractor trailer, cranes, Crane trucks * Sand blast
  • Worked nights and weekends, Father In-Law Owned & Sold Heavy ship repairs and machine shop work

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42. Osha
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Here's how Osha is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Observe and comply with all company safety policies, OSHA regulations and customer safety policies while on well site.
  • Followed all safety rules and procedures that are regulated by the state, OSHA, and contractor.
  • Complied with all applicable safety and operating rules and regulations, such as OSHA and PUCO.
  • Trained in OSHA regulations, HAZMAT detection and handling, and aircraft blueprint reading.
  • Have committed myself to working safely based on OSHA standard to avoid personal injuries.
  • Comply with all OSHA safety rules, regulations, permits, and policies.
  • Complied with OSHA and EPA safety regulations resulting in no violations or accidents.
  • Scheduled training for employees to maintain certifications for fire fighting and OSHA regulations.
  • Performed monthly safety meetings that were required by OSHA and Rogers Group.
  • Comply with company and OSHA regulations to working in a safe environment.
  • Disposed of petroleum products in compliance with environmental laws and OSHA regulations.
  • Use of power tools in accordance with OSHA standards.
  • Followed all company, State and OSHA safety regulations.
  • Maintained MSDS sheets and other OSHA requirements.
  • Adhered to OSHA safety regulations.
  • Performed fuel system test, fire suppression test to insure proper Tacom, OSHA, and Environmental standards were met.
  • Performed daily tasks through Aviation and OSHA regulations Creating daily log books of work completed, and tool check list.
  • Achieved a suspended scaffolding certification as well as an osha 10 certification.
  • Followed safety and all osha rules to complete tasks
  • Dispose of and handle chemicals dictated by osha.

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43. Wheel Seals
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Here's how Wheel Seals is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed preventative maintenance on tractors, tire repair, brake jobs, wheel seals, lighting, and exhaust work.
  • Perform preventive maintenance on several types heavy haul trucks; performed mechanical repairs (brakes, wheel seals etc.)
  • Completed maintenance repairs such as: replace brake pads, axles, wheel seals, alternators, starters, radiators.
  • Perform basic repairs on International trucks including brakes, steering components, wheel seals, and some minor engine repair.
  • Check and maintain good air pressure, fifth wheel, wheel seals and brakes chambers.
  • Installed and replaced breaks, drive lines, wheel seals, transmission and clutch removal.
  • Perform maintenance, i.e., changing tires, removing and installing windshields and wheel seals.
  • Brake and wheel seals on trucks and trailers.
  • Diagnose and replace brake systems (brake shoes, S cams, slack adjusters, wheel seals & bearings).
  • Fix and repair issues including breaks, wheel seals, air leaks, air bags etc.
  • Wheel seals, tires, brakes, vacuum test, etc.
  • Look over the breaks, cam bushings, and wheel seals to see what needs to be replaiced or repaired.
  • Removed and replaced brakes, shocks, wheel seals, axel flange gaskets, and many other repairs.
  • Replaced transmissions, clutches, rears, wheel seals, brakes and air bags.Repaired air conditioning units.
  • Service brakes and wheel seals - Rebuilt S- Cams - Exchange air tanks and brake chambers
  • Service Freightliners brakes wheel seals inspections service thermo king and fix worn parts on trailer
  • Complete minor body work Complete oil changes, slack adjustors and wheel seals Install brakes Repair electrical systems and radiators
  • Installed Qualcomm satellite systems Installed decals Changed tires, brakes, and wheel seals Engine repair and parts replacement
  • Service Trailer Service calls Wheel Seals Air Bags Tires
  • change airlines - brakes - wheel seals - services - greasing - u-joints

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44. 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.
  • 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.
  • Performed all types of vehicle maintenance on the company's fleet of city buses from preventive maintenance to major repairs.
  • Preform front end alignments on light trucks and cars -Preform all major repairs on light trucks and cars engine swaps
  • Performed equipment repairs from basic maintenance to major repairs including hydraulics, electrical, and welding work.
  • Assist the mechanical leaders in major repairs such as coolant leaks, radiator removal and installation.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on Crown and Raymond electric forklifts including minor and major repairs.
  • Worked with all makes of vehicles to include routine maintenance and major repairs.
  • Performed P.M. services, major repairs, and minor repairs on trucks
  • Perform all major repairs on the road with service truck.
  • Major repairs installed new plate Cylinders on heat set press.
  • Major repairs such as engine and transmission swaps.
  • Work with other mechanics on major repairs.
  • Performed major repairs of broken equipment.
  • General maintenance to major repairs.
  • Motorized Equipment Experience Extensive experience on routine/major repairs, preventative maintenance of a wide variety of motorized equipment.
  • Execute major repairs on engines, transmissions, and drivelines !
  • Perform preventative maintenance on Rapistan/Dematic conveyor system including minor and major repairs.
  • Performed route preventive vehicle inspections Performed minor and major repairs on luxury vehicles Ensured a clean and safe work environment

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45. 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.
  • 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.
  • Used compression gauges, computerized diagnostic devices.
  • 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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46. Exhaust Systems
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Here's how Exhaust Systems is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Trouble shooting and repair engines, transmissions, differentials, air suspensions, brakes, electrical, cooling and exhaust systems.
  • Inspect, service, troubleshoot, and repair ignition, lubrication, fuel induction, and cooling/exhaust systems.
  • Serviced and repaired engines, transmissions, windshields, rear ends, fuel tanks, exhaust systems.
  • Repair Vehicles, Including diagnosis, exhaust systems, oil changes, brakes, alignments and detailing
  • Completed engine, electrical and exhaust systems along with basic maintenance and body repair.
  • Specialized in brakes, front ends and suspensions and exhaust systems.
  • Repair of all exhaust systems including custom build exhaust systems.
  • Repaired exhaust systems, mufflers, catalytic converters.
  • Exhaust systems and catalytic converters, brake replacement.
  • Weld exhaust systems, catalytic converters.
  • Replaced and repaired complete exhaust systems.
  • Worked on brakes and exhaust systems
  • Test and Repair tires, change oils and fluids in vehicles, repair and test exhaust systems, Tune up vehicles
  • General automotive repair, electrical systems, exhaust systems Assist owner, service costumers, general shop labor
  • worked on transmissions, engines, brakes, suspensions, air conditioning, exhaust systems
  • overhaul exhaust systems repair front end wheel alignments.
  • Install parts which include shock absorbers, coilovers and exhaust systems.
  • Weld exhaust systems Basic mechanics of automobiles Rebuilt engines Inspected and fixed engine malfunctions
  • Installed batteries, shock absorbers and exhaust systems and tested electrical systems * Used balancer and tire machine.
  • Exhaust systems Brake systems Tires and alignments Light engine repair Oil changes

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47. Vehicle Fleet
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Here's how Vehicle Fleet is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed general maintenance and repairs on turf, various pieces of equipment and Park District vehicle fleet.
  • Inspected, repaired, and performed routine maintenance on vehicle fleet, including heavy wheel trucks.
  • Maintain 100+ vehicle fleet through inspection, maintenance and repair, drive wrecker on road calls.
  • Inspect, repair, and perform routine maintenance on vehicle fleet, including component parts.
  • Diagnosed and repaired construction equipment, paving equipment, and vehicle fleet.
  • Provided maintenance managers with the proper information on the vehicle fleet.
  • Maintained vehicle fleet, associated equipment, and mechanic shop.
  • Assist with the repair of the entire city's vehicle fleet
  • Maintained 160 vehicle fleet, from cars to tractor-trailers.
  • Maintain entire vehicle Fleet ranging from trucks to snow groomers2
  • Managed general maintenance and upkeep of rental vehicle fleet.
  • Performed maintenance and repair of vehicle fleet.
  • Help maintain and service vehicle fleet
  • Maintain a 200+ vehicle fleet.
  • Maintained Deployed Vehicle Fleet of 150 vehicles in support of Hurricane Katrina, Wilma and Rita.
  • Rebuild Cornell and Godwin pumps * Troubleshoot and repair Ford vehicle fleet.
  • Maintain 150+ vehicle fleet including tractor trailer comb, straight truck, van, forkilift & off road construction equipment .

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48. New Equipment
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Here's how New Equipment is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Interfaced with operations, maintenance and engineering; installed new equipment as well as retrofitting existing 35mm production equipment.
  • Cut and weld metal to repair broken metal parts, fabricate new parts, or assemble new equipment.
  • Ensured proper operations of all new equipment, such as pneumatic controls for inlet and outlet dampers.
  • Worked to reduce maintenance downtime and assisted with writing Preventative Maintenance procedures for the new equipment.
  • Used schematic diagrams to plan work and layouts Installed, aligned, and balanced new equipment.
  • Installed, tested, labeled and evaluated voice/data/video systems and new equipment and components.
  • Contributed to new product launches, Installation of new equipment, and validation.
  • Evaluate potential new equipment for purchase and install new equipment when necessary.
  • Assist in specifications for new equipment and in the ordering process.
  • Ordered parts, kept inventory, purchased new equipment as needed.
  • Installed new equipment and additional circuits on existing systems.
  • Installed, aligned, and balanced new equipment.
  • Traveled abroad to acquire new equipment.
  • Completed bid proposals for new equipment.
  • Research and Development of new equipment.
  • Assist in assembling new four wheelers as well as selling the new equipment.
  • Provided maintenance sustainment and new equipment training, to support unit's personnel.
  • Installed new equipment an d repaired old equipment.
  • Read electrical diagrams Diagnosed and repaired electrical systems and gas motors Received and recorded new equipment Performed basic welding
  • Fixed farm machinery Welding Metal Fabrication Set up new equipment Demonstrated new equipment

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49. Parts Inventory
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Here's how Parts Inventory is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintained special tool and parts inventory of electrical and avionics components.
  • Recommend procurement and maintain spare parts inventory.
  • Ensured the store had an adequate parts inventory to meet the daily needs of the shop.
  • Maintained adequate / accurate parts inventory; cooperated with parts department to efficiently source parts.
  • Maintain a spare parts inventory of high wear and tear replacement parts to reduce downtime.
  • Worked with outside vendors to maintain parts inventory and coordinate major rebuilds of equipment.
  • Research, order, and maintain parts inventory for services and repairs.
  • Organize service due reports as well as organizing and controlling parts inventory.
  • Order parts for vehicles, parts inventory, and parts inspection.
  • Initiated a spare parts inventory for all packaging lines.
  • Manage parts inventory, other mechanics and budgets.
  • Price, order and maintain proper parts inventory.
  • Maintain parts inventory for entire fleet and equipment.
  • Full knowledge of service parts inventory and margin.
  • Maintained tool and parts inventory.
  • Filled out all proper paperwork to submit for billing and parts inventory Worked independently to complete assigned tasks
  • Maintained and repaired school and activity buses Communicated with administrators, coordinators and bus drivers Maintained a parts inventory on service truck
  • Job Description: Ordered parts inventory, shop supplies, managed accounts payable, payroll, opened and closed buisness daily.
  • Maintain repair containers and chassis, including semi trailers Bust down and replace tires including split rims Maintain parts inventory
  • Repair and maintain all equipment Trained new personnel Managed tool and parts inventory Lawn and snow care Shop foreman .

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50. Inspect Parts
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Here's how Inspect Parts is used in Mechanic jobs:
  • Disassembled engines and mechanical units to inspect parts and operating defects.
  • Inspect parts, equipment, or vehicles for cleanliness, damage, and compliance with standards or regulations.
  • Disassemble units and inspect parts for wear, * Examine vehicles to determine extent of damage or malfunctions.
  • Inspect parts on vehicles, remove warn and replace with new, change tires, oil and fluids
  • Disassemble units and inspect parts for wear, using micrometers, calipers, and gauges.
  • Inspect parts for nicks, dings and any major damage or abnormal discrepancies.
  • Order, wrap, and inspect parts and equipment for special projects.
  • Inspect parts and motor vehicles to identify defective or broken parts.
  • Inspect parts for warping, wear and other defects.
  • Inspect parts for wear, contamination and damage.
  • Disassemble Units and inspect parts for wear.
  • Clean and inspect parts for assembly.
  • Used measuring instruments to inspect parts.
  • Inspect parts for surface defects.
  • Disassemble units and inspect parts for wear, using micrometers, calipers, and gauges Maintain cleanliness of work area.
  • Maintained incoming and outgoing shipment records Final Inspect parts prior to return to service.
  • Test and inspect parts, subassemblies or completed assemblies.
  • Inspect parts for non-conformances and initiate tags.
  • Used measuring instruments to inspect parts.Verified that machine setupsconformed to specs.Managed work with little supervision.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Mechanic

Customer Vehicles

26.1%

Order Parts

16.9%

Preventative Maintenance

10.7%

Oil Changes

6.3%

Diesel Engines

6.2%

Customer Service

3.3%

Hand Tools

3.2%

Heavy Equipment

3.2%

Air Compressors

3.2%

Electrical Systems

3.1%

Diagnostic Equipment

2.6%

Brake Systems

2.5%

Hydraulic Systems

2.2%

Diagnosis

2.1%

Water Pumps

1.7%

Tire Pressure

1.7%

Engine Tune-Ups

1.5%

Fuel Systems

1.3%

Hvac

1.3%

Service Aircraft

1.2%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Mechanic

Rank Skill
1 Customer Vehicles 21.7%
2 Order Parts 14.1%
3 Preventative Maintenance 8.9%
4 Oil Changes 5.2%
5 Diesel Engines 5.1%
6 Customer Service 2.8%
7 Hand Tools 2.7%
8 Heavy Equipment 2.6%
9 Air Compressors 2.6%
10 Electrical Systems 2.6%
11 Diagnostic Equipment 2.1%
12 Brake Systems 2.1%
13 Hydraulic Systems 1.8%
14 Diagnosis 1.8%
15 Water Pumps 1.4%
16 Tire Pressure 1.4%
17 Engine Tune-Ups 1.2%
18 Fuel Systems 1.1%
19 Hvac 1.1%
20 Service Aircraft 1.0%
21 Engine Repair 0.9%
22 MIG 0.8%
23 Tractor Trailers 0.8%
24 Wheel Bearings 0.8%
25 Pneumatic Systems 0.8%
26 Test Equipment 0.7%
27 Service Calls 0.6%
28 Technical Manuals 0.6%
29 R 0.6%
30 Cummins 0.6%
31 Important Parts 0.6%
32 FAA 0.6%
33 Construction Equipment 0.6%
34 Cessna 0.6%
35 Dump Truck 0.5%
36 Caterpillar 0.5%
37 Trouble Shooting 0.5%
38 Small Engines 0.5%
39 Farm Equipment 0.5%
40 Defective Parts 0.5%
41 Machine Shop 0.5%
42 Osha 0.4%
43 Wheel Seals 0.4%
44 Major Repairs 0.4%
45 Compression Gauges 0.4%
46 Exhaust Systems 0.4%
47 Vehicle Fleet 0.4%
48 New Equipment 0.4%
49 Parts Inventory 0.4%
50 Inspect Parts 0.4%
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