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auto mechanic

  • Follow supervisors’ instructions as to which parts to restore or replace and how much time the job should take.
  • Review damage reports, prepare or review repair cost estimates, and plan work to be performed.
  • Position dolly blocks against surfaces of dented areas and beat opposite surfaces to remove dents, using hammers.
  • Adjust or align headlights, wheels, and brake systems.
  • Read specifications or confer with customers to determine the desired custom modifications for altering the appearance of vehicles.
  • Clean work areas, using air hoses, to remove damaged material and discarded fiberglass strips used in repair procedures.
  • Apply heat to plastic panels, using hot-air welding guns or immersion in hot water, and press the softened panels back into shape by hand.
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auto mechanic

  •  Testing out motor vehicles so as to see if they are roadworthy and find any faults.
  •  Explaining in simple terms to car owners what’s wrong with their vehicles, how much it will cost to repair and how long it will take to fix any faults.
  •  Asking vehicle owners questions about the problems they are experiencing.
  • Going through a checklist to ensure that all key mechanical work has been done.
  • Completing all administrative documentation relating to any work carried out.
  • Sourcing the cheapest suppliers of quality vehicle parts for a particular vehicle.
  •  Test driving cars after they have been repaired to ensure they are safe to drive.
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auto mechanic

  • Virginia State Safety Inspector Certificate.
  • General maintenance- oil changes, water pumps, Brakes, Timing Belts, Tire Changes, Exhaust, Mig Welding, Wheel Bearings, ball joints, and 4 wheel alignments. among other automotive work. 
  •  Doing everything possible to maximise a vehicle’s availability for its owner.
  •  Accurately estimating the time, cost and materials needed for any repair work.
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auto mechanic

  • Use diagnostic equipment to evaluate mechanical problems in vehicles.
  • Perform minor mechanical repairs.
  • Help lead mechanic complete major repairs. 
  • Do welding and minor body work.
  • Service vehicles according to established preventive maintenance schedule. Rotate and balance tires; change oil and filters; lubricate vehicle parts; inspect and replace hoses, belts, mirrors, lamps; and maintain all fluid levels.
  • Maintain accurate, updated records of preventive maintenance. 
  • Inspect vehicles and evaluate condition of systems, equipment, accessories, and lights; service as needed. 
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auto mechanic

  • Test components in automobiles to ensure proper operation.
  • Install, adjust, or repair automatic lift mechanisms used to raise and lower automobile windows.
  • Repair or replace clutch systems.
  • Repair or replace automobile coil or leaf springs