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lube technician

  • Open and closed shop
  • Lube services as requested
  • Filled propane tanks for customers
  • maintenance on vehicles 

lube technician

  • Applying lubricants to the moving parts of vehicle engines to prevent premature engine wear and ensure optimal engine performance.
  • Lubricating wheel bearings to prevent excessive tire wear.
  • Performing engine cleanings to prevent rust formation.
  • Replacing cabin, fuel, air, and oil filters as required.
  • Performing tire rotations to ensure even tire wear.
  • Testing tire pressure and adding air as needed.
  • Thoroughly inspecting customers’ vehicles for oil leaks.

lube technician

  • Repair, replace, or adjust defective fuel injectors, carburetor parts, and gasoline filters. 
  • Complete vehicle inspections, oil changes, tire rotations, and other basic vehicle maintenance needs.
  • Maintained shop cleanliness by ensuring shop equipment and floors are clean.
  • Making recommendations for additional servicing based on initial vehicle inspections.

lube technician

  • Performed over 30 oil changes a day on various car models.
  • Inspect vehicles for leaks, low fluid levels, tire pressure, and other repair needs.
  • Broke down complex mechanical information into simpler parts for individuals with little or no understanding of system operations.
  • Explained estimates and determined repair timelines to enhance customer satisfaction.
  • Retained accurate records of purchases, titles and sales.
  • Inspected vehicles and utilized market and industry expertise to execute strategic automotive purchases.
  • Communicated issues to leaders and helped develop solutions.

lube technician, station manager.

  • Perform all lubrication services (changing oil transmission fluids and filters) in a safe manner
  • Perform thorough check of customer’s car (i.e. check additional fluid levels, battery, lights, tire pressure) referring all needed repairs and preventive maintenance to the Service Advisor
  • Operates and maintains all lubrication equipment
  • Ensure that the customer’s car is kept clean
  • Make certain all equipment is in proper working order, especially the lifts
  • Oil changing and quick lube experience a plus but not required
  • General knowledge of vehicle mechanical operations