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Basic vehicle maintenance is a fundamental part of a mechanic’s work in modern industrialized countries while in others they are only consulted when a vehicle is already showing signs of malfunction. Preventative maintenance is also a fundamental part of a mechanic’s job, but this is not possible in the case of vehicles that are not regularly maintained by a mechanic. One misunderstood aspect of preventative maintenance is scheduled replacement of various parts, which occurs before failure to avoid far more expensive damage.
A strong commitment to all health and safety guidelines. Conduct repairs aiming for maximum reliability. Troubleshoot reported problems and resolve them in a timely. Perform thorough maintenance on machinery, equipment. Clean and apply lubricants to machinery components. Replenish fluids and components of engines and machinery. A strong commitment to all health and safety guidelines. Provide consultation on correct maintenance and preventative measures to machine or vehicle users. Excellent knowledge of machinery and hydraulic.
Auto mechanics use computerized diagnostic tools to run tests, power tools, and several more common tools to do their job. He or she may choose to specialize in various areas of auto mechanics. Examples include brake repairs, air-conditioning (which requires knowledge of government regulations), transmissions, or front-end mechanics. In general an auto mechanic changes, rotates or repairs tires, fixes worn brake pads or wheel bearings, changes oil, gives tune-ups and completes inspections. They normally work full-time and often times work weekends plus overtime. They are mostly employed by private businesses or are self-employed. The risk of injury or illness is higher than average in this occupation due to heavy lifting, cuts, burns and other causes.