Use tools and equipment to maintain vehicles and to troubleshoot and repair issues. Use computers and electronic instruments to measure and test operating parts. Work in garages that may be noisy and dirty. Physical labor with some lifting and maneuvering. May work on customer cars, city buses and trucks, or for a dealership. Must be familiar with all parts and systems of different types of vehicles.
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