Class A Mechanical Tech

To ensure a vehicle operates at maximum efficiency. Must have knowledge of mechanics, computerized automotive systems, and the mechanical profiles and specifications of a variety of automobile makes, models and years. Needs an understanding of computerized repair and testing systems and have exceptional eye-hand coordination, physical stamina and skill with tools. Will apply knowledge and talent in several broad areas of responsibility, troubleshooting, repair, maintenance and customer service.

  • Repairs including removing and replacing old or broken parts (i.e. Piston and rods in the engine).
  • Rebuilding faulty assemblies
    • Steering systems
    • Repairing or replacing brakes
    • Repairing heating, cooling and electrical system
  • Repair or replace transmissions, shock absorbers, distributors, radiators, ignition systems and host of other circuits, parts or systems.
  • May repair or adjust a cars accessories
    • Windshield wipers
    • Radios
    • Mirrors
  • Routine maintenance.
    • Rotate tires
    • Change oil
    • Lubricate engine parts
    • Tune up
  • Other maintenance
    • Inspecting belts
    • Inspecting hoses
    • Inspecting mechanical systems
Styles Auto Care