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auto body technician

  • Managed shop
  • Dismantled vehicles
  • Maintained company vehicles
  • Prep Vehicles for paint
  • Load containers with auto parts for shipping
  • fixed customer cars
  • changed tires

auto body technician

  • Completed repairs on vehicles involved in collisions to restore vehicle to pre accident condition.
  • Replacement of doors, fenders, quarter panels, floor boards, cab corners, hoods and trunks.
  • Fabricated damage, corroded or discontinued parts. 
  • Repaired structures of uni-body and full frame vehicles and equipment.
  • Utilized MIG, TIG, Oxy Acetylene processes for welding, brazing, fabrication with metal and aluminum repairs.
  • Replacement of interior and exterior trim, door locks, window regulators, window and windshield replacements. 
  • Full restoration of automotive interior to include headliners as well as vehicle upholstery.

auto body technician

  • Metal restoration on various panels such as rockers, etc.
  • Painting and preparing vehicles for paint.
  • Dent repair.
  • Undercoating or applying anti-corrosion material to the underneath of vehicles.

auto body technician

  • Complete dis-assembly of vehicle in order to assist Service Advisor with preparing a 100% Repair Plan
  • Ensure all needed repairs identified to eliminate supplements and minimize repair time
  • Plan work procedure: follow work order for all operations listed
  • Remove upholstery, accessories, electrical and hydraulic window and seat operating equipment and trim to gain access to damaged area of vehicle if needed. Store parts on carts or cover to eliminate potential damage
  • Mend damaged body and fenders by hammering out or filling in dents and welding broken parts; insure all gaps and fits are to industry standards
  • Operate a variety of hand and power tools (e.g. welder, soldering equipment, cutting torch, blocks, hammers, wrenches, sander, spray guns, etc.)
  • Fill depressions with body filler

auto body technician

  • Remove damaged fenders, panels and grills; and bolts or welds replacement parts in position and reassemble after parts are painted; insure all gaps and fills are to industry standards
  •  File, grind, and sand repaired surfaces with 120-grit paper before turning vehicle over to the Paint Dept.
  •  Aim headlamps and repair or replace defective parts
  • Inspect and test drive repaired vehicles to check for compliance with safety and quality standards
  • Perform other related duties as assigned to ensure an efficient and effective repair