*The technician maintain and repair vehicles. He diagnose problems, advice the owners about the options and then carry out the required work on a vehicle engine, brakes, cooling system, steering, gearing and suspension. Today's vehicles are very sophisticated and include a lot of computerized end electric systems.

*The work includes :-

-Servicing vehicles - Carrying out checks and maintenance according to the manufacture's choice.

-Diagnosing faults.

-Repairing and replacing faulty parts.

-Using SING TEST-EQUIPMENT TO CHECK THAT PARTS ARE WORKING CORRECTLY.

-IMPROVING SETTINGS TO MAXIMIZE THE VEHICLE’S PERFORMANCE.

-THE TECHNICIAN WORK WITH A VEHICLE’S ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT (ECU) AND USE COMPUTERS WITH SPECIALIST PROGRAMS TO LOCATE FAULTS IN THE VEHICLE. VEHICLE’S WITHOUT ECU NEEDS TO BE CHECKED METHODICALLY USING AMMETERS AND VOLTMETERS.

-TRAINED TO WORK ON ALL AREA’S OF THE VEHICLE’S MECHANICS AND ELECTRICS, FROM THE ENGINE AND EXHAUST SYSTEMS TO THE AIR-CONDITIONING AND SECURITY FEATURES.

-FINDING AND IDENTIFYING FAULTS FOR EXAMPLE IN THE BRAKES, GEARS OR FUEL PUMPS.

-ADVISING OWNERS ON THE REPAIRS NEEDED AND HOW CRITICAL THEY ARE.

-PROVIDE TIME AND COST ESTIMATES FOR JOBS.