Duties & Responsibilities
- Testing to check whether systems and components
are secure and are working properly.
- Isolating the systems or components that might
have caused the problem.
- Driving the vehicle for testing purposes or
using various equipment, including hand-held and
onboard compression gauges or diagnostic computers.
- Maintaining efficiency and accuracy in
diagnosing as well as repairing vehicles.
- Repairing or replacing worn parts ahead of the
vehicle’s breakdown or damage.
- Following a checklist in ensuring that, they
examine each critical part of the vehicle.
- Watching or inspecting closely parts like hoses,
belts, plugs, fuel systems, brakes, and other
possible troublesome items.
- Using power tools like pneumatic wrenches in
order to remove bolts easily and quickly.
- Using machine tools, such as grinding machines
and lathes to rebuild brakes.
- Using common hand tools like screwdrivers,
wrenches, and pliers, to work on small-scale parts.
Skills & Specifications
- Ability to identify the problem quickly.
- Good knowledge of automobiles.
- Effective analytical and communication skills.
- Good reading, computer, and mathematics skills.
- Ability to learn new technology and repair and
service procedures and specifications.
- Should be able to operate electronic diagnostic
Education & Qualifications
- High school diploma or degree in automotive
service technology related field from an accredited
- Graduate of approved certified automotive
service technology program.
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