Top Mobile Equipment Mechanic Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Mobile Equipment Mechanic. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Mobile Equipment Mechanic resumes they appeared on. For example, 20.6% of Mobile Equipment Mechanic resumes contained Vehicle Systems as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Mobile Equipment Mechanic actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Vehicle Systems

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Here's how Vehicle Systems is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed repair, overhaul, and/or modification of heavy mobile equipment medium combat tanks, and tactical wheeled vehicle systems.
  • Performed repairs on Heavy Mobile Equipment such as medium combat tanks, rocket-launching tanks, and tactical wheeled vehicle systems.
  • Interfaced with engineers to resolve problems encountered with major vehicle systems and assisted in resolving performance problems with systems.
  • Performed all forms of repairs and diagnostics on all vehicle systems.
  • Review all vehicle systems for signs of malfunction and wear.
  • Analyze vehicle systems, assemblies, electrical and hydraulic systems.
  • Perform inspection and repairs on various vehicle systems.

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2. Diesel Engines

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Here's how Diesel Engines is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Removed, disassembled and repaired gasoline and diesel engines in correspondence to technical orders.
  • Inspected, repaired and tested major systems including Gasoline and diesel engines, some being turbo or blower assisted.
  • Disassemble and reassemble over 50 diesel engines that passed inspections by quality and control with no faults found.
  • Assisted higher grade mechanics in performing more complex repairs such as replacing Diesel engines, and transmission replacement.
  • Performed repair and replacement of engines, performed engine overhauls on CUMMINS and GM Detroit Diesel engines.
  • Use of engine test equipmnet to check compression on both gas and diesel engines.
  • experience working with Mercedes 300 turbo diesel engines

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3. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Implement safety procedures and standards in warehouse operations.
  • Worked along with other workers, setting the pace, demonstrating proper work methods and safety procedures.
  • Ensured that safety procedures and policies where adhered to on all employees under my supervision.
  • Follow all safety procedures and ensure safe operation of service truck.
  • Utilize my transportation skills in transferring components and hazardous material routinely while consistently following safety procedures.
  • Demonstrated equipment operations and safety procedures to new assigned employees to experienced workers for training.

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4. Technical Manuals

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Here's how Technical Manuals is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Interpret maintenance specifications, blueprints, drawings, and technical manuals/maintenance documents to accomplish work assignment.
  • Use military technical manuals including schematics on electrical system.
  • Used a variety of technical manuals and manufacturers specifications.
  • Researched parts and maintenance procedures using appropriate technical manuals.
  • Performed in-shop quality control inspections with the use of precise measuring instruments and the use of United States Army technical manuals.
  • Performed road tests to troubleshoot issues and diagnose repairs; rebuilt systems as recommended by technical manuals and applied personal experience.
  • Use technical manuals, illustrations, specifications, diagrams, schematics, and similar guides to make repairs and modifications.
  • Followed work instructions, technical manuals, safety, EPA procedures in the performance of all assigned tasks without incident.
  • Utilize paper and electronic technical manuals, illustrations, specifications, diagrams, wiring schematics for diagnosis and parts information.
  • Interpret technical manuals, illustrations, specifications, diagrams, schematics, etc., to make repairs and modifications.
  • Install and pack bearings replaces seals and insure proper torque specifications are applied in accordance with Army Technical Manuals.
  • Performed inspections to ensure the correct procedures had been followed according to the installation manuals and technical manuals.
  • Advised others on the use of technical manuals and computer software for the ordering of parts and repairs.
  • Read and interpreted schematics, technical manuals, hydraulic flow charts, and military and manufacturers' specifications.
  • Read, interpret and apply parts manuals technical manuals, blueprints, drawings and written instructions.
  • Use guidelines for specifications from the appropriate technical manuals, work orders, blueprints and diagrams.
  • Instructed new team members on proper use of technical manuals and schematics for electrical troubleshooting.
  • Used Electronic Technical Manuals (ETM) and FEDLOG to identify and requisition repair parts.
  • Examine parts for damage or excessive wear, using micrometers, gauges and technical manuals.
  • Use computers to research parts and suppliers, use technical manuals on CD ROM.

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5. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Overhaul electrical systems by repairing and/or replacing electrical components to form electrical systems.
  • Maintained Mechanical and Electrical Systems.
  • Performed complete rebuild/repair of one major system of combat vehicles such as engine transmissions or fuel and electrical systems.
  • Read Electrical wiring blueprints to be able to Troubleshoot and repair Electrical Systems on Generators and Heavy Equipment.
  • Diagnosed and repaired all types of failures in electrical systems by tracing electrical wiring and using schematics.
  • Maintain, repair and rebuild internal systems to vehicles and heavy equipment such as hydraulic/electrical systems.
  • Test and Troubleshoot and correct defects found in any hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical systems.
  • Test, troubleshoot, adjust and repair electrical systems and components of multiple vehicle types.
  • Maintain and repair buildings' electrical systems, including replacing worn or defective parts.
  • Checked for continuity, shorts and open circuits on electrical systems and panels.
  • Maintained hydraulic systems, electrical systems, gas equipment and AC/DC systems.
  • Performed fault diagnosis on pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical systems.
  • Repaired the air conditioning systems and electrical systems.
  • Self-employed No-starts,charging/electrical systems.
  • Provided troubleshooting on vehicle electrical systems, instruments and gages, to include repairing and replacing when needed.
  • Repair and maintainengines and hydraulic, transmission, and electrical systems powering HMMVS, cranes, bulldozers.
  • Initiated three to six week training course of electrical systems.

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6. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform trouble shooting and diagnostics on systems in order to determine whether parts can be repaired or need replaced.
  • Preformed inspections, trouble shooting and parts research with the help of the technical library.
  • Ordered parts, planned work and utilized trouble shooting skills to find and repair problems.
  • Performed trouble shooting of Power Trains, Pneumatic, Hydraulic, Cooling and Electrical Systems.
  • Have experience in trouble shooting and testing hydraulics and electrical.
  • Work consisted de-installing and re-installing Interrogation Arms on vehicle swaps in addition to trouble shooting.
  • Trouble shooting pneumatic door components and replacing or correcting unserviceable parts.
  • Preform a inspection and repair, trouble shooting and part research.
  • Frame rebuilds , hydraulics , clutches transmission , final drive rebuilds, electrical trouble shooting.

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7. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Requested parts and exchanges on wheeled vehicles and maintained optimum inventory levels in accordance with corrective and preventative maintenance schedules.
  • Repair electrical, electronic and pneumatic components in support of preventative maintenance for air conditioning systems.
  • Maintained, repaired and performed preventative maintenance on an assortment of diversified military and tactical vehicles.
  • Provided general facility maintenance as needed, performed routine preventative maintenance checks on clients' facilities.
  • Perform preventative maintenance, diagnosis and corrective maintenance in accordance with appropriate technical manuals.
  • Serviced and completed preventative maintenance on heavy wheeled vehicles.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on USMC vehicles and generators.
  • Perform Minor repairs of vehicles and preventative maintenance
  • Provide on-site preventative maintenance and emergency repair
  • Work consist of preventative maintenance after every 150 to 300 service hours, Repairs and replacement of service equipment and components.
  • Supervised and trained a civilian workforce in preventative maintenance, services, troubleshooting and repairs of military wheeled and tracked vehicles.
  • Repair, service and performed preventative maintenance on the mine equipment fleet at a 15,000 TPD gold facility.
  • Job duties included setting up a preventative maintenance schedule, repairing equipment, and coordinating outside contractors.
  • Perform all preventative maintenance servicing and major overhaul to include light and heavy tire removal and repair.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on tools, and equipment which were used in the production operations.
  • Perform preventative maintenance and battle damage repair on MRAPS in theater for the Marine Corps.
  • Perform preventative maintenance, such as, checking oil, batteries, tires, etc.
  • Performed preventative maintenance, repair and/or overhaul on fleet mobile equipment, i.e.
  • Performed other preventative maintenance checks on each variant of MRAP trucks and equipment.
  • Inspect troop- The preventative Maintenance I perform is as follows.

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8. Hydraulic Systems

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Here's how Hydraulic Systems is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired and replaced frame rails and all body parts, integrated electric systems and wiring harness, air and hydraulic systems.
  • Performed complete overhauls on hydraulic systems, including suspension, engine, and transmission components with little to no technical advice.
  • Repaired and replaced components of the cooling, braking, steering, exhaust, power train, or hydraulic systems.
  • Possess in-depth knowledge of the mechanical and hydraulic systems found in the various farm equipment I have worked on.
  • Utilized knowledge of how heavy duty engines, hydraulic systems, transmissions, and other parts and systems work.
  • Maintain, assemble, troubleshoot and diagnose malfunctions of hydraulic systems associated with the LAV.
  • Repaired and replaced hydraulic systems components like cylinders and spool valves, and control systems.
  • Repaired braking systems by repairing or replacing brake shoes, brake drums, hydraulic systems.
  • Inspect air, and hydraulic systems for leaks, repair or replace as necessary.
  • Inspect, repair and rebuilt complex hydraulic systems for tank and artillery recoils.
  • Repaired brake system by repairing hydraulic systems, including master cylinders.
  • Designed and blueprinted test equipment for a variety of hydraulic systems.
  • Repair mechanical, electrical, hydraulic systems as needed.
  • Service mechanical electrical, and hydraulic systems as needed.
  • Fabricated hoses for pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
  • Overhauled transmissions both standard and automatic, Repaired, overhauled differentials, Pumps, hydraulic systems.

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9. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Used a wide variety of test procedures and equipment to trace problems to complete repairs and installations.
  • Utilized a variety of test procedures and equipment (e.g.
  • Subject matter expert on troubleshooting, diagnostics and test procedures involving vehicles and automotive equipment.
  • Develop and evaluate test procedures, determine circuit requirements and develop diagnostic prototype modes.
  • Confer with engineering personnel regarding details and implications of test procedures and results.
  • Utilized technical specifications and nuclear program directives to develop, review and perform maintenance, surveillance test and functional test procedures.

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10. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Build Panama City designed mine rollers using a variety of air impact, hand tools, torque wrenches, hydraulic press.
  • Diagnosed mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic system problems using schematics, manuals, hand tools, and electrical diagnostic equipment.
  • Use a variety of hand tools and measuring instruments such as micrometers, dial indicators, torque wrenches, etc.
  • Overhaul gas or diesel engines, using mechanic's hand tools, welding equipment, standard charts, and hoist.
  • Examine protective guards, loose bolts and specified safety devices on trucks, and make adjustments using hand tools.
  • Utilize a Wide Variety of Electrical, Machine, & Mechanical Hand Tools, Computers & Testing Devices.
  • Use standard hand tools and micrometers to check for extensive wear of bushings, bearings, and gears.
  • Repaired and rebuilt defective mechanical parts in forklift and related mobile equipment using hand tools and power tools.
  • Prepped hull for assembly then performed process in reverse for assembly process using technical manuals and hand tools.
  • Used hand tools, power tools, pneumatic tool, equipment, and carried tool box.
  • Modified and replaced body parts using hand tools, power tools, wrenches, cutting torch.
  • Use myriad hand tools, measuring instruments such as dial indicators, torque wrenches, etc.
  • Use hand tools, a wide range of testing, diagnostic equipment and calibration equipment.
  • Form material to shapes using hand tools or limited use of power tools.
  • Reassemble to specified requirements and ratings, using hand tools and electrical meters.
  • Instructed safety classes on hand tools, power tools and electrical safety.
  • Remove rust and corrosion, using hand tools and chemical compounds.
  • Used hand tools, testing, diagnostic equipment, calibration equipment.
  • Used hand tools, both battery and air.
  • Use various hand tools such as drills, air tools, common hand tools i.e.

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11. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Supported activities involving vehicles to heavy equipment along with tool sets and auxiliary equipment.
  • Conducted equipment overhauls and repaired replaced components of heavy equipment.
  • Repair heavy equipment and operate forklift
  • Evaluated operating manuals, blueprints and technical drawings and inspected machines and heavy equipment in order to diagnose and resolve defects.
  • Perform routine maintenance, diagnose, adjust, repair heavy equipment in the field, possess all tools necessary for equipment repairs
  • Served as the subject matter specialist in the Engineer Equipment Mechanical field, in which I specialized in heavy equipment overhaul.
  • Performed complex troubleshooting and repair on a variety of heavy equipment, tactical wheeled and combat vehicles.
  • Perform minor to major repairs, & inspections on heavy equipment and vehicles to include track vehicles.
  • Serve as technical adviser and subject matter expert to 3 inspectors and 12 heavy equipment mechanics.
  • Have ten plus years in heavy equipment fleet and automotive diesel repair with school & experience.
  • Maintained extensive knowledge of the principals behind the operation of Heavy Equipment and Combat vehicles.
  • Overhaul, Repair, & Modify Numerous Major Combat Vehicles & Heavy Equipment Systems.
  • Learned the all around and in depth skills on how to mobilize heavy equipment.
  • Diagnosed and repaired tractors, heavy equipment and light and heavy duty trucks.
  • Maintained various pieces of heavy equipment assigned to the Air Force fleet.
  • Instructed Mechanics on repairs and Train Operators on Heavy Equipment skills.
  • Perform maintenance on heavy equipment, tractors, and trailers.
  • Operated and inspected heavy equipment in order to diagnose defects.
  • Repair and fixes all heavy equipment tires.
  • Own mobile heavy equipment repair company.

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12. Mrap

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Here's how Mrap is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Configure, assemble or adjust various equipment & parts on MRAP's in accordance to standard 10-20 2402 operational procedures.
  • Worked in R-5 tear down, tore apart, inventoried, and fixed armored doors off of MRAP trucks.
  • Served six months in Iraq working on various vehicles including MRAP, Humvee, LAV & any other units.
  • Performed the full scope of maintenance, repair, rebuild and/or modification and initial inspection of MRAP vehicles.
  • Assisted in diagnoses of MRAP vehicles in the field and provided technical instruction to enlisted soldiers.
  • Performed troubleshooting, and applicable functional testing of major mechanical systems and components for MRAP vehicles.
  • Worked on the Final QA/QC inspection line as a Quality Control Inspector for the MRAP Program.
  • Coordinated various MRAP driver training programs including off-road, night vision, and 10-20 maintenance.
  • Installed Fire Suppression Kits and replace bottles on numerous military vehicles to include MRAPS.
  • Work involved ranges from small repairs to complete frame-off rebuilds of MRAP vehicles.
  • Planned and integrated product assurance functions over the MRAP vehicle's life cycle.
  • Performed MWO on Caiman Plus MRAP's fuel and air tank system.
  • Repaired and replaced air conditioning systems on all MRAP variants.
  • Performed MRAP repairs including any minor or major repairs needed.
  • Performed full services on various vehicles within the MRAP family.
  • Performed air conditioner rework on all the MRAPS.
  • Resolved problems with the MRAP Quality program implementation.
  • Coordinate work operations with JPO MRAP, SAIC, MANTEC, and 401st AFSB to complete the mission.
  • Worked on the new variance MRAP the MAT-V.
  • Assisted in the correct rebuild, tear down, inspection and assembly of OPGKs for installation on current MRAP fleet.

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13. Hmmwv

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Here's how Hmmwv is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed and diagnosed and made minor and major repairs to gasoline and/or diesel powered material handling equipment (HMMWV'S).
  • Train coworkers in the repair and assembly of turrets and gunner protection kits for HMMWVS, MATVS and Cougar vehicles.
  • Worked on ITT's AOA (add on armor) on the HMMWV (High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle).
  • Performed, disassembled, modified (plasma cutter) and repaired HMMWV's and other mobile equipment metal body components.
  • Used recovery rigging techniques to attach and secure hoists, cables and slings for various up armor HMMWV configuration.
  • Perform initial inspection of all variations of the HMMWV's prior to installation of FRAG 5 armor and O-GPK.
  • Complete rebuilding and building of HMMWV dash and brake lights, steering columns, and solenoids.
  • Improved client and provider relations by consistency and quality of modifications performed on the HMMWV.
  • Replaced defective engines, transmissions, and transfer cases on HMMWV as required.
  • Removed and replaced FRAG 5 armor on various HMMWV models.
  • Worked on repairs on the HMMWV's for the military.
  • Drill holes in HMMWV frame for under coating/rust prevention.
  • Complete and all inclusive repairs and maintenance on HMMWVS.
  • Worked on all armored and non-armored vehicles, such as LAV's, AAV's, and HMMWV's.
  • Build and install new O-GPK armor turrets for M1114 and M1151 HMMWV's.
  • Work performed on 5 ton, HMMWV, FMTV and HEMTT series vehicles.
  • Processed new M1114, M1151, M1152 and M1165 HMMWV.
  • Performed all levels of maintenance on multiple styles of HMMWV s. Also performed diagnostic & and maintenance duties on LMTV/FMTV vehicles.
  • Refurbish maintenance on all types of HMMWV and 5 years services on the M-1000 Trailer.Perform other duties as assigned.
  • Drill out with inch drill bits.HMMWV Floor BoardsAluminum floor boards on HMMWV trucks that are damaged.

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14. Brake Systems

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Here's how Brake Systems is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Replaced damaged or worn seals, re-greasing wheel bearings, servicing hubs, drums, air and hydraulic brake systems.
  • Team maintains power-assisted brake systems, wheeled vehicle suspension systems, wheel/hub assemblies, and wheeled vehicle hydraulic steering systems.
  • Repair and rebuild brake systems by cleaning, repairing or replacing brake adjusters, bearings, seals and gaskets.
  • Rebuild brake systems by cleaning, repairing and replacing brake adjusters, brakes shoes and springs.
  • Repair and rebuild pumps, fuel systems, brake systems, compressors.
  • Provided repairs and services on electric and magnet trailer brake systems.
  • Repaired and replaced broken parts including brake systems to engine repairs.
  • Checked and changed batteries, and inspected brake systems.
  • Rebuild trailer brake systems, Rebuild trailer wiring systems.
  • Inspect and repair hydraulic and pneumatic brake systems.
  • Repair air brake systems and components.
  • Repaired transmissions and brake systems.

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15. Torque Wrenches

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Here's how Torque Wrenches is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Applied proper techniques and usage of power tools and measuring instruments such as micrometers, dial indicators, and torque wrenches.
  • Used wrenches, pliers, sockets, ratchets, torque wrenches, screwdrivers, electrical and air wrenches.
  • Replace major component using assortment of hand and power tools, torque wrenches and measuring instrument.
  • Use torque wrenches, oil and pressure gauges in the process of repairing heavy mobile equipment.
  • Used 1/2 to 3/8 air wrenches, torque wrenches, and multi-meters.
  • Use a variety of hand tools and measuring instruments such as micrometers, dial indicators, torque wrenches, etc.

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16. Fuel Systems

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Here's how Fuel Systems is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Disassembled/assembled checking critical parts of vehicle including hoses, belts, plugs, brakes, and fuel systems.
  • Repair and adjusts brakes, ignition and fuel systems.
  • Build and test gearboxes, compressors, and turbines, bearing packages, oil pumps, and electro-mechanical fuel systems.
  • Repaired diesel agricultural equipment -Repaired diesel fuel systems -Repaired gasoline fuel systems-Repaired turbocharger systems.
  • Experienced in modern fuel systems, computer analysis and utilization of technical equipment.
  • Maintained preventive measures on the diesel power generators and associated component such as lubrication, cooling and fuel systems.

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17. Major Systems

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Here's how Major Systems is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Train mechanics in the overhaul and repair of major systems, such as gear assemblies and brake assemblies, etc.
  • Overhaul major systems which include disassembling, repairing, and assembling major systems, components, and operating mechanisms.
  • Removed, disassembled, and repaired major systems /subsystems on fuel, hydraulic, air and oil systems.
  • Disassemble, repair, rebuild, troubleshoot, modify, overhaul major systems.
  • Diagnose, overhaul repair and test major systems and components of heavy mobile equipment.
  • Major systems were mechanical, electromechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, etc.
  • Perform pre-ship analysis of major systems and components of vehicles.
  • Perform repair of major systems (e.g.

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18. Depot

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Here's how Depot is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Assist in giving tours of shop to visitors and Command who visit the Depot.
  • Perform depot level maintenance at a journeyman s level on heavy mobile equipment.
  • Review adequacy of depot plan for assurance of Product Quality.
  • Work was performed in accordance to the DMWR (depot maintenance work requirement) and technical manuals 1st - 5th echlon.
  • worked with URS these dates and then transferred over to Red River Army Depot without change in position or department.
  • Contracted to DoD RED RIVER ARMY DEPOT Texarkana, TX Same duties as above, different contract agency.
  • Red River Army Depot Texarkana, Texas 75507 Perform routine maintenance on vehicles and ensure vehicles run properly.
  • Assigned to Depot Maintenance Branch while not active with deployable teamduties.
  • Red River Army Depot 100 James Carlow Dr Texarkana, TX.
  • Red River Army Depot,Texarkana,Texas WG-3801-10 Heavy Mobile Equipment Metal Mechanic

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19. Diagnostic Equipment

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Here's how Diagnostic Equipment is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Isolate malfunctions using appropriate electrical, hydraulic, and diagnostic equipment and technical publications.
  • Investigated faults using special mechanical tools and diagnostic equipment.
  • Used a full range of mechanical tools and specialized test equipment to include standardized integrated test and diagnostic equipment.
  • Used a variety of diagnostic equipment to determine the reasons for mechanical defects or mechanical performance problems.
  • Operated wide range of diagnostic equipment, ordered parts, and controlled tool inventory.
  • Use of computer diagnostic equipment.
  • Perform diagnostic repairs using test, material, diagnostic equipment * .

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20. Mechanical Equipment

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Here's how Mechanical Equipment is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Supervised preventative and corrective maintenance as well as testing and repairs of mechanical equipment to include replacing mechanical components and parts.
  • Developed written troubleshooting plans to analyze malfunctions to mechanical equipment to determine and repair root cause of failures.
  • Conducted preventive maintenance, trouble shooting and repair of mechanical equipment and auxiliary equipment.
  • Diagnosed and repaired mechanical defects and irregularities of government issued automotive and mechanical equipment.
  • Perform skilled mechanical repairs and maintenance on diesel powered mechanical equipment to maintain in a safe and proper operating condition.
  • Inspect building and mechanical equipment periodically for proper maintenance and operation.

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21. Final Inspection

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Here's how Final Inspection is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Assisted facility inspectors with initial, in-process and final inspections.
  • Prepared vehicles for final inspection by performing a variety of diagnostic tune up, repair, replacement, and adjustments.
  • Ensured the equipment met or exceeded the level of quality required prior to sending to Quality Control for final inspection.
  • Make final checks, tune ups, and adjustments of vehicles prior to presentation for final inspection.
  • Inspect fuel and water tanks for defects and perform repairs as needed for green tag final inspections.
  • Conduct inspections on vehicles to include initial inspection, safety inspections, final inspections and annual inspections.
  • Provided the final inspection on all repairs before the vehicle is released to the unit.
  • Prepare vehicle for final inspection to be presented to a QA and Army Inspector.
  • Assisted QA/QC in completion of initial and final inspections to ITT/Army standards.
  • Perform in process and final inspection of vehicle for work performed.
  • Perform pool test and prepare for final inspection.
  • Perform final inspection prior to release.
  • Perform the final test drive on the test track prior to final inspection before the sale of the Stryker vehicle.
  • Screen job orders to make sure that they are completed before they are turn in for final inspection.
  • Conducted pre-shop and final inspections on work orders regarding battle damage trucks not requiring a complete rebuild.
  • perform functional tests and submit for final inspection for quality workmanship.
  • Make repairs, install parts on vehicles awaiting final inspection * .

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22. Special Tools

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Here's how Special Tools is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired items such as braces, brackets, hangers, etc, using hammers, dollies, or special tools.
  • Ensured repair parts and special tools were available to complete work safely and as economically as possible.
  • Devise and fabricate special tools and incorporate new repair techniques.
  • Use special tools and computers to troubleshoot electrical systems.
  • Maintained inventory of special tools, TMDE and consumables.
  • Used precision test equipment such as vacuum gages voltmeters, ohmmeters, micrometers and related special tools.
  • Used special tools such as multi meters, micrometers, and pressure gauges.

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23. Water Pumps

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Here's how Water Pumps is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed all aspects of mechanical repair including; head gaskets, water pumps, computer diagnostics, etc.
  • Greased and replaced hydraulic valves, water pumps, starters, alternators, fuel pumps and oil pans.
  • Overhauled or replaced carburetors, generators, distributors, starters, intakes, water pumps, etc.
  • Replaced fuel umps, generators, voltage regulators, carburetors, and water pumps.
  • Removed, cleaned and replaced fuel and water pumps and lines, etc.
  • Repaired or replaced: Starters, Alternators, Water Pumps, etc.
  • Replaced sensors, water pumps, spark plugs and brake shoes.
  • Worked on generators and water pumps as well.

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24. Dial Indicators

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Here's how Dial Indicators is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed part inspection and qualification by referencing prints, and utilizing dial indicators, micrometers, and other measuring devices.
  • Utilize measuring instruments such as micrometers, dial indicators and comparators, etc.
  • circuit testers, micrometers, and dial indicators).
  • Used a variety of test and measuringinstruments such as micrometers, dial indicators, borescopes, hand and powertools.

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25. Full Range

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Here's how Full Range is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Complete a full range of inspection duties, including initial inspections, troubleshooting, ordering parts, repairs and final inspections.
  • Use a full range of hand and power tools as well as precision measuring instruments.
  • Use a full range of mechanic tools and specialized test equipment.
  • Utilize a full range of tools in my performance of duties.
  • Perform full range of overhaul and repair work.

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26. Fuel Pumps

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Here's how Fuel Pumps is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Experienced in maintaining and replacing brake actuators, batteries, starter motors, alternators, mechanical fuel pumps and hydraulic cylinders.
  • Installed oil and fuel pumps and fuel injection pumps.
  • Diagnose and repairs fuel system failures, repairs and replaces injector pumps, carburetors, fuel pumps, and fuel lines.
  • Removed and replaced damaged parts such as, alternators, fuel pumps, fuel injectors, and various electrical components.
  • Water pump and timing belt replacement, differential fuel system, fuel filter, fuel pumps, a/c work, etc.
  • Repaired, installed and uninstalled auto engines, transmissions, seats, steering, wheels, brakes, fuel pumps etc.

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27. Major Components

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Here's how Major Components is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired replaced parts and major components, repaired replaced electrical, electronic systems, wiring harness, and mechanized part.
  • Repaired and replaced major components such as engines, transmission by full out component replacement or repair.
  • Repaired major components such as engines, transmissions, differentials, and transfers.
  • Operate electric and air drills for fittings, bolting on major components.
  • Rebuild major components using all tools of trade.
  • Removed and replace major components and assemblies.
  • Use common hand and power tools to remove internal and external assemblies and subassemblies from major components and systems.
  • Last 12 years of service) *Diagnosed, troubleshot, repaired and removed major components of all mobile machinery in plant.

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28. Pressure Gauges

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Here's how Pressure Gauges is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Used test equipment such as engine analyzers, compression testers, voltmeters, ohmmeters, and pressure gauges.
  • Used test equipment such as engine analyzers, oxygen analyzers, vacuum and fuel pressure gauges.
  • Tested engine analyzer pressure gauges.
  • Inspect defective equipment and diagnoses malfunctions, using motor analyzers, pressure gauges, chassis, and factorymanuals.
  • Trouble shoots and diagnoses vehicles using voltmeters, multimeter, pressure gauges and tachometer where necessary.

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29. Suspension Systems

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Here's how Suspension Systems is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Experience with heating/cooling, compressors, hydraulic, suspension systems, axles, and drive lines assemblies.
  • Change suspension systems worn out parts like tie rods, control arms, and steering linkage.
  • Check suspension systems (standard/ air ride) components, repair replace as needed.
  • Assemble suspension systems of all models of LAV requiring road arm assembly installation as well as driveshaft assemblies and marine drives.
  • Inventory Control: After disassembly of suspension systems, ensured each part was tagged with a recoverable code.
  • Overhaul suspension systems by disassembly, inspecting and repairing suspension bars and suspension springs on trucks.
  • Make repairs to and replaceparts on suspension systems.

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30. Cougar

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Here's how Cougar is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Disassembled MRAP Cougar s including the removal of electrical components, wiring, suspension, and power trains.
  • Removed and replaced valve bodies on Cougar, Caiman, and IMG s and RG33 vehicles.
  • Operated different vehicles and equipment to include LAV, Cougar, etc.
  • Perform drill and tap modifications for AAV , LAV, M9ace , cougar, and mine plow military vehicles.
  • Repaired MATV all variants, MAXPRO all variants, Cougar all variants and RG31 all variants that suffered battle damage.
  • Assemble, disassemble and blast heavy equipment and components including M9 Ace, Cougar MRAP, 113 and P7.

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31. LAV

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Here's how LAV is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Trouble shoots and repairs Allison, Detroit LAV 653 series transmissions.
  • Assemble LAV Install hydraulic components into LAV.
  • Repair kevlar armor on Lav military vehicle.
  • Install spall liners on Lav military vehicles.
  • Assisted other mechanics to assemble and disassemble LAV's.
  • Assembled and disassembled LAV's.Troubleshot, disassembled, and assembled transmissions and differentials.

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32. Resistant Ambush

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Here's how Resistant Ambush is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Used extensive knowledge of ground system assets and a wide variety of mine resistant ambush protection vehicles.
  • Inspeceted life-saving armored vehicles, Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Armor Cab and 915 5-ton vehicles.

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33. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Developed and implemented safety programs to OSHA standards and enforced safety regulations.
  • Performed drilling, cutting, hammering, grinding and sanding duties with strict attention to company and OSHA safety requirements.
  • Wear all prescribed personal protective equipment and comply with all ISO, OSHA, and Federal requirements and regulations.
  • Used knowledge to train personnel on proper diagnostic, troubleshooting, repair, and OSHA safety procedures.
  • Ensured employees received proper training and maintained a safe working environment in accordance with OSHA guidelines.
  • Serviced cooling systems by flushing radiators and replacing anti-freeze solution, while following Cal OSHA standards.
  • Certified and repaired Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) detection systems essential to comply with OSHA standards.
  • Perform diagnostics on heavy duty vehicles and mobile equipment per Technical Manual and OSHA requirements.
  • Maintain DOT, OSHA compliance of work space and equipment and to company standard.
  • Maintained MSDS and safety requirements in accordance to OSHA regulations and 29 CFR.
  • Ensured employees had a safe working environment in accordance with OSHA guidelines.
  • Versed in HAZMAT clean up and other OSHA standards.
  • Perform modifications of combustion powered heavy duty vehicles and mobile equipmentper Technical Manual and OSHA requirements.
  • Perform repairs of combustion powered heavy duty vehicles and mobile equipment perTechnical Manual and OSHA requirements.
  • Use proper safety techniques for myself and the safety of co-workers using personal protective equipment, OSHAregulations local and federal directives.
  • Insured that personell follow all safety standard of OSHA and the EPA guidelines.
  • Practice OSHA guideline's and always wore hard hat, safety goggle's, and steele toe boots.

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34. PPE

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Here's how PPE is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Append approval of unit to be repaired would be cleaned again, tolerances rechecked & unit made ready for necessary repairs.
  • Install generators, water pumps, starters, oil, fuel filters, tappet covers, set timing.
  • Prepped cars and trucks for paint Trained for painting Repaired cars and trucks 01/1976 to 05/2005 05/1974 to 12/1975
  • Install and check timing gears and crankshafts, grinding and re-facing valves, adjusting valve tappets, etc.
  • Wear all required safety equipment to include safety glasses, shoes, and gloves (PPE).
  • Follow all prescribed safety practices and use safety equipment and personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • Repaired components using screwdrivers, taps, dies, reamers, scrappers, and cleaning solvents.
  • Wear all safety clothing and use all PPE necessary for work in my assigned work area.
  • Performed duties of Site Manager to ensure continuation of mission in absence of upper management.
  • Wear PPE equipment such as safety glasses, apron, safety shoes and ear plugs.
  • Assemble differentials and clippers for brake kits and make sure all bots are torque correctly.
  • Qualified in determining the proper PPE and utilizing the PPE as required.
  • Used proper PPE at all times and maintained a safe work environment.
  • Inspect tarps on equipped vehicles, repair or replace as needed.
  • Trained in proper uses of PPE and attend all safety meetings.
  • Approved, maintained, and submitted time cards to upper management.
  • Make sure everyone in my area is wearing proper PPE.
  • Performed engine tune ups on rollers and wood choppers.
  • Maintain a pristine appearance in the work place.
  • Observe repairs before they happen on many occasions.

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35. Pre-Shop Analysis

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Here's how Pre-Shop Analysis is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform Pre-Shop Analysis of Electrical & Electro-Mechanical Systems for Serviceability.
  • Performed pre-shop analysis on the major systems and components of combat and tactical vehicles utilizing a variety of gauges and instruments.
  • Planned work sequence including selection of proper tools, test equipment, repair parts and perform necessary pre-shop analysis and testing.
  • Perform pre-shop analysis of major systems and components.
  • Performed pre-shop analysis and troubleshooting in order torepair, replace, install and modify components/items.
  • Perform pre-shop analysis involving a number of major systems and components of vehicles where total disassembly may not be required.
  • Utilize pre-shop analysis by driving vehicles to diagnose malfunctions and place them in an operable condition for pre-inspection.
  • Performed pre-shop analysis of vehicles, assemblies and components where total disassembly may not be required.
  • Performed pre-shop analysis, disassembly, assembly, troubleshooting, repair, rebuild of all related components, systems.

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36. Engine Components

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Here's how Engine Components is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Removed, repaired, replaced and installed diesel engine components, drive train components, hydraulic, suspension and electrical components.
  • Cleaned and replaced filters, screens, battery cables and clamps, engine components, and heating and cooling devices.
  • Disassemble a variety of engine components used in heavy mobile automotive equipment as applicable to the Add-on Armor upgrade.
  • Performed vast array of repairs on passenger vehicles including steering and suspension, and engine components.
  • Remove, rebuild and replace engine components for both gasoline and diesel equipment.
  • Cleaned and replaced filters, battery cables and engine components.
  • Inspected engine components insuring tighten and not leaking.

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37. Feeler Gauges

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Here's how Feeler Gauges is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Used test equipment feeler gauges, circuit testers, timing lights, etc.
  • Used a variety of test equipment such as feeler gauges micrometers, etc.

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38. Technical Assistance

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Here's how Technical Assistance is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Provided technical assistance and advice to management production personnel to assure maintenance of required quality levels were being achieved.
  • Performed periodic inspections, ensuring compliance, identifying problems providing technical assistance to junior and helper mechanics.
  • Provide surveillance over lower grade workers performing assembly of mechanical components and provide technical assistance as required.
  • Managed assistant mechanics charged with assembly of mechanical components and provided technical assistance.
  • Perform assembly of mechanical components and provide technical assistance on repair procedure.
  • Provided technical assistance to unit personnel.
  • Provide technical assistance and support to 13 Army Reserve Units with a fleet of approximately 1500 vehicles/equipment.
  • Will provide technical assistance, guidance, or training to Maintenance Helpers and other mechanics.
  • Work closely with technical assistance of the supervisor or a higher grade employee.
  • Provide technical assistance and training to lower grade employees.

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39. Motor Grader

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Here's how Motor Grader is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Operate heavy equipment to include backhoe, front loader, motor grader and skid steers.
  • Maintain, repair, and overhaul large engines and equipment, such as bulldozers, motor graders, scrappers and tractors.
  • Operated heavy equipment, including motor graders, heavy loaders, carryalls, bulldozers, backhoes, roller scrapers and tractors.
  • Serviced and maintained D7 Bulldozers, HMEE Backhoe Loader, Excavator, Motor Graders, and other heavy equipment.
  • Worked on bulldozers, scrapers, cranes, rock trucks and motor graders.
  • Maintained scrapers and motor graders as well as other equipment.

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40. Major Repairs

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Here's how Major Repairs is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Major repairs including overhauling or rebuilding and or replacement of transmissions, transfer cases, engines, and various hydraulic cylinders.
  • Completed major repairs, overhauls, and modification with little or no technical advice.
  • Have made minor and major repairs to engine, transmission and vehicles.
  • Complete both minor and major repairs in accordance with approved work orders.
  • Assist in towing vehicle to shop for major repairs.
  • Performed major repairs on heavy mobile equipment.
  • Coordinated and executed major repairs to include disassembly and reassembly of motors, transitions and drive trains.
  • Perform major repairs and maintenance on heavy mobile equipment and vehicles (i.e.

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41. Necessary Repairs

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Here's how Necessary Repairs is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed general preventive maintenance to necessary repairs and replaced worn or damaged parts.
  • Make necessary repairs to keep mobile equipment operational
  • Service and make necessary repairs including removing and replacing new or rebuilt assemblies such as generators, brake cylinders, etc.
  • Analyzed malfunctions in complex electrical, optical, laser and thermal sighting systems to determine probable causes and perform necessary repairs.
  • Identified defects and causes of mechanical problems to determine types and extend of necessary repairs to a variety of MRAP variants.
  • Diagnosed problems and performed necessary repairs, including the replacement of defective parts and major assemblies.
  • Disassembled and repaired these components, made the necessary repairs then reassembled them.
  • Inspected and troubleshot, made necessary repairs and adjustments.
  • Determine type and extent of necessary repairs.
  • Carry out daily P.M's and necessary repairs in a safe and timely manner.
  • Checked over for saftey issues made necessary repairs.
  • Diagnose complex electrical and electronic problems using schematics ?Perform all necessary repairs.

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42. A/C

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Here's how A/C is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Replaced parts such as A/C compressors, electrical relays, seats, dash components, suspension components, and transmissions.
  • Installed MWO of a/c retrofit on the IMG/MAXX PRO PLUS and the winch overload cut-off sensor.
  • Diagnosed the a/c system with a preliminary inspection and an evaluation of system performance.
  • Route hoses and connect an A/C compressor to the accessory drive of the engine.
  • Install new A/C units, belts and compressor and tested system for leaks.
  • Performed charge and discharge of HMMV A/C systems.
  • Recharged A/C units and install alternators.
  • Conducted R&R on various A/C units.
  • Licensed to install, maintain, and repair all types of commercial/industrial A/C, dehumidification, and refrigerant systems.
  • Received A/C Training in San Antonio Tx on mobile equipment.
  • Repair and replace A/C systems.A.O.A.
  • Flame test all A/C units before de-armoring.
  • SHOP WORKED IN: 713 Humvee line - green tag, 721 A/C shop, 768 deployable Marforres teams Forward Branch.

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43. AAV

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Here's how AAV is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Worked propeller shafts, shocks, removed fuel cell from AAV-P7s, removed fire extinguishers.
  • Assist in the production of the AAV vehicle.
  • Order parts to repair AAV's.
  • Disassemble AAV-P7's prestrip by removing power PAC and transmission, remove all hardware.
  • Worked the tear down stage for the rebuild of the fan towers on AAV-7 vehicle.
  • Rebuild the AAV from putting on suspension, road arms, road wheels, shocks and sprockets.

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44. Oil Changes

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Here's how Oil Changes is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Managed the shop and trained new employees to perform oil changes and light mechanical work.
  • Perform basic care and maintenance, including oil changes, tuneups, and tire rotation.
  • Perform automotive maintenance such as; oil changes and basic preventive checks and fluid levels.
  • Completed vehicle oil changes, fluid changes, lubricating and washing vehicles.
  • Perform oil changes, brake jobs, battery replacements.
  • Oil changes, brake job, tire rotations, vehicle inspections, general mantainence for enterprise van pool
  • Oil Samples,All Filters And All Oil Changes.
  • Worked in Kuwait as a Mechanic doing oil changes, tune ups and any type of maintenance on an Mrap.
  • Oil changes, oil leaks, Flip flop equipment moving equipment from job to job.
  • Oil changes Filter changes Tire rotation Vechicle inspection
  • Oil changes Brake repair Engine repair Transmission service Differential service Tire replacement Diagnostics
  • Oil changes * Tune ups * Brakes * Tires rotation * Exhaust/welding * Radio installs * towing

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45. Technical Publications

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Here's how Technical Publications is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Coordinated and performed repairs in a team environment in accordance with manufacturer and military standards or technical publications.
  • Utilize technical publications in maintaining vehicles to prescribed manufactures maintenance schedules.
  • Utilize blueprints/schematics, technical publications as required.
  • Use and follow blueprints, wiring diagrams, technical publications or other documentation to diagnose and effect repairs.
  • Interpret technical reference, work orders, blueprints, schematics, inspection standers, and other technical publications.
  • Use IETM, technical publications and/or on-board vehicle computers to help diagnose problems.
  • Utilized schematics, wiring diagrams, technical publications, blueprints, etc.
  • Interpreted flow charts, wiring schematics and technical publications.
  • Utilize schematics, technical publications and work requests.
  • Utilize blueprints/schematics, technical publications and Work Requests (WRs) as required.
  • Utilize blueprints, schematics,wiring diagrams, technical publications and DMWR's to determine necessaryrepairs.

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46. Assembly Line

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Here's how Assembly Line is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed tasks involved in mechanical assembly line fashion.
  • Maintained a steady work pace to keep the assembly lines busy in order to meet production requirements.
  • Performed all task in each bay on the M1A2 assembly line with little to no supervision.
  • Install short sheet parts or items listed on the 1720 during the Assembly line processes.
  • Organized assembly line in engine room to create a smoother and more efficient flow.
  • Worked on assembly line for gov't contractor building military vehicles (MRAP's).
  • Rebuild suspension system and components as scheduled in support of assembly line.
  • Assisted and provided troubleshooting guides for the HUMMWV Assembly line.
  • Inspected vehicles during assembly line and during installment of armor.
  • Processed repairs by putting on parts on an assembly line.
  • Trained employees on different stations of the assembly line.
  • Provided high level maints on the assembly line.
  • Performed mechanical duties on a rebuild assembly line.
  • Carried out assembly line work on HWMMV and MRAP vehicles.Planned, scheduled and controlled the maintenance of HWMMVs.

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47. Mtvr

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Here's how Mtvr is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Used IETM (interactive electronic technical manual) to service and repair the variant MTVR'S.
  • Have performed this work on cable harness for MTVR vehicle.
  • Disassembled and reassembled of HMMV and MTVR gun turrets.
  • Assembled and installed MTVR troop carriers.
  • Install MAK armor kits on MTVR wrecker and dump trucks.
  • Performed maintenance on Humvee projects, LAV, MTVR, 7.5 ton cranes,MK 48 and AAV projects.
  • Performed maintenance on Humvee projects, LAV, MTVR, 7.5 ton cranes, MK 48 andAAV projects.

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48. Hvac

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Here's how Hvac is used in Mobile Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Coordinate with service providers (Welding, HVAC, Paint shops) to ensure vehicle is ready by estimated completion date.
  • Provide HVAC, plumbing, electrical and general maintenance support to commercial accounts.
  • Installed, maintained and repaired HVAC systems.
  • Perform HVAC PM on industrial units.
  • Take care of the inside of building such as plumbing, Hvac, lighting, locks, doors, painting.
  • Performed preventive maintenance, troubleshoot breakdowns and repaired malfunctioning HVAC systems and components; utilized measuring and testing instruments.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Mobile Equipment Mechanic

Vehicle Systems26.8%
Diesel Engines10.1%
Safety Procedures7.9%
Technical Manuals6.5%
Electrical Systems4.8%
Trouble Shooting4.8%
Preventative Maintenance4.4%
Hydraulic Systems4.1%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Mobile Equipment Mechanic

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Vehicle Systems
Vehicle Systems
20.6%
20.6%
2
2
Diesel Engines
Diesel Engines
7.7%
7.7%
3
3
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
6%
6%
4
4
Technical Manuals
Technical Manuals
4.9%
4.9%
5
5
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
3.7%
3.7%
6
6
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
3.6%
3.6%
7
7
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
3.4%
3.4%
8
8
Hydraulic Systems
Hydraulic Systems
3.1%
3.1%
9
9
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
2.5%
2.5%
10
10
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
2.5%
2.5%
11
11
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
2.4%
2.4%
12
12
Mrap
Mrap
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
Hmmwv
Hmmwv
2%
2%
14
14
Brake Systems
Brake Systems
2%
2%
15
15
Torque Wrenches
Torque Wrenches
1.9%
1.9%
16
16
Fuel Systems
Fuel Systems
1.8%
1.8%
17
17
Major Systems
Major Systems
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
Depot
Depot
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
Diagnostic Equipment
Diagnostic Equipment
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
Mechanical Equipment
Mechanical Equipment
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
Final Inspection
Final Inspection
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Special Tools
Special Tools
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
Water Pumps
Water Pumps
1.2%
1.2%
24
24
Dial Indicators
Dial Indicators
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Full Range
Full Range
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Fuel Pumps
Fuel Pumps
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Major Components
Major Components
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
Pressure Gauges
Pressure Gauges
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Suspension Systems
Suspension Systems
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Cougar
Cougar
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
LAV
LAV
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Resistant Ambush
Resistant Ambush
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Osha
Osha
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
PPE
PPE
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Pre-Shop Analysis
Pre-Shop Analysis
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Engine Components
Engine Components
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Feeler Gauges
Feeler Gauges
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Technical Assistance
Technical Assistance
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Motor Grader
Motor Grader
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Major Repairs
Major Repairs
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
Necessary Repairs
Necessary Repairs
0.7%
0.7%
42
42
A/C
A/C
0.7%
0.7%
43
43
AAV
AAV
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Oil Changes
Oil Changes
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Technical Publications
Technical Publications
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Assembly Line
Assembly Line
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Mtvr
Mtvr
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
Hvac
Hvac
0.6%
0.6%

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