Auto Mechanic

Auto Mechanic and Technicians are in charge of recognizing and repairing issues with autos and trucks and doing repairs and preventive support to guarantee the client’s vehicle is in great condition and running easily and securely.

An auto mechanic will usually follow these steps in inspecting and repairing a vehicle:

  • Diagnose problems, often by using computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Strategic planning, using charts, technical manuals, and experience.
  • Examine the parts and systems to make certain that they work in suitable manner.
  • Replacement and repairing the worn parts, such as brake pads, wheel bearings and sensors.
  • Perform basic preventive and corrective maintenance, including changing oil, checking fluid levels, and rotating tires.
  • Appliances used by service technicians are computerized diagnostic tools and power tools such as pneumatic wrenches, lathes, welding torches, and jacks and hoists.
  • Electronic Integrated Systems maintenance duties such as accident-avoidance sensors, have become ordinary too.
  • Basic hand tools include a set of combination wrenches, pliers, oil filter wrench and sockets and ratchets.
  • Diagnose problems, often by using computerized diagnostic equipment.
  • Manage exact estimate of the time required to repair vehicle and the expense of substitution.
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