Extensive experience with tools of trade
strong mechanical aptitude
Take care of all rental equipment.
Make repairs on all customer equipment.
Work in the field when needed.
Troubleshoot electrical hydraulics, engines.
Diagnose equipment problems, determine what repairs need to be done.
Determine what extent of repairs and order parts.
Repair or replace damaged or worn parts.
Operate and inspect heavy equipment and machines in order to diagnose repairs or defects. Operated: dozer, forklifts, excavator, backhoe, articulating trucks, Morrka, and other heavy equipment.
Test repaired equipment for proper performance.
Maintain records and repair orders.
Responsible for maintenance and repairs on heavy equipment.
Trouble shoot repairs (Service Adviser Program)
Test equipment after re[air or assembly to ensure proper performance and compliance with manufacturers specifications.
Ordered parts as needed for repairs.
Repaired warranted parts and took care of all warranty issues for repairs.
Cleaned, lubricated, and performed other routine maintenance work on equipment and vehicles.
Clean. lubricate, and perform other routine maintenance work on equipment and vehicles.
Hooked trucks and trailers together and changed tires.
Built components for water pumps, hydraulic pumps, fuel pumps, starters, steering clutches, oil pumps, cylinder heads, control valves, and built hydraulic cylinders.
Diagnosed malfunctions to determine required repairs.
Repaired and replaced damaged or worn parts.
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