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A B C TRANSMISSION PARTS WAREHOUSE INC
115 W Anderson Ave, Knoxville, TN  37917
865-524-1871
 
A PLUS AUTO CENTER
911 W Baxter Ave, Knoxville, TN  37921
865-673-6625
 
AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS
104 Stekoia Ln, Knoxville, TN  37912
865-947-7410
 
AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS
8844 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN  37923
865-694-8501
 
ACE TRANSMISSIONS
1404 N Central St, Knoxville, TN  37917
865-524-0011
 
ACTION TRANSMISSIONS - DOWNTOWN-METRO
1800 N Broadway St, Knoxville, TN  37917
865-521-0020
 
ALERT TRANSMISSION & BRAKE SERVICE INC
4333 N Broadway St, Knoxville, TN  37917
865-687-6946
 
ALLTRANS TRANSMISSION SERVICE
1800 N Broadway St, Knoxville, TN  37917
865-673-6200
 
ATKINS & SON TRANSMISSION
4001 E Magnolia Ave, Knoxville, TN  37914
865-524-3059
 
BRAKES-R-US
721 Old Sevierville Pike, Knoxville, TN  37902
865-577-4646
 
BUDGET TRANSMISSIONS
3000 Sutherland Ave, Knoxville, TN  37919
865-524-1406
 
BUDGET TRANSMISSIONS
302 S Northshore Dr, Knoxville, TN  37919
865-584-4391
 
DENTON'S GARAGE
7723 Clinton Hwy, Powell, TN  37849
865-938-2950
 
EDGEMOOR TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE
2801 Clinton Hwy, Powell, TN  37849
865-945-2616
 
JUST JEEPS
2335 Piney Grove Church R, Knoxville, TN  37909
865-691-3400
 
KEISLER AUTOMOTIVE
2216 W Governor John Sevier, Knoxville, TN  37920
865-609-8187
 
MARSHALL'S TRANSMISSIONS & SALES
1603 Washington Ave, Knoxville, TN  37917
865-523-0291
 
MR TRANSMISSION
10716 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN  37922
865-777-2828
 
PITTMAN AUTOMOTIVE CENTER INC
2612 Greenway Dr, Knoxville, TN  37918
865-688-3424
 
RODERICK'S TRANSMISSION
1207 E Magnolia Ave, Knoxville, TN  37917
865-637-8963
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Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics

Automotive service technicians and mechanics, often called service technicians or service techs, inspect, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks.   Show Details

Duties

Automotive service technicians and mechanics typically do the following:

  • Test parts and systems to ensure that they are working properly
  • Identify mechanical problems, often by using computerized diagnostic equipment
  • Follow checklists to ensure that all critical parts are examined
  • Test and lubricate the vehicle’s engine and other major components
  • Perform basic care and maintenance, including oil changes, tuneups, and tire rotations
  • Repair or replace worn parts, such as brake pads and wheel bearings
  • Disassemble and reassemble parts
  • Use testing equipment to ensure that repairs and maintenance are effective
  • Explain to clients their automotive problems and the repairs done on their vehicles

Service technicians work on traditional mechanical components, such as engines, transmissions, belts, and hoses. However, they must also be familiar with a growing number of electronic systems. Braking, transmission, and steering systems, for example, are controlled primarily by computers and electronic components.

Other integrated electronic systems, such as accident-avoidance sensors, are becoming common as well. In addition, a growing number of technicians are required to work on vehicles that run on alternative fuels, such as ethanol and electricity.

Service technicians use many different tools, including computerized diagnostic tools and power tools such as pneumatic wrenches, lathes, welding torches, and jacks and hoists. These tools usually are owned by their employers.

Service technicians also use many common handtools, such as pliers, wrenches, and screwdrivers, which generally are their own. In fact, experienced workers often have thousands of dollars invested in their personal tool collection.

Service technicians sometimes specialize in a particular type of repair that may be subject to specific regulations or procedures. For instance, those focused on air-conditioning system repairs must follow federal and state regulations governing the handling, recycling, and disposal of refrigerants.

In some shops, technicians may specialize. The following are types of service technicians:

Automotive air-conditioning repairers install and repair air conditioners and service parts, such as compressors, condensers, and controls. They are trained in government regulations related to their work.

Brake repairers adjust brakes, replace brake linings and pads, and make other repairs on brake systems. Some technicians specialize in both brake and front-end work. 

Front-end mechanics align and balance wheels and repair steering mechanisms and suspension systems. They frequently use special alignment equipment and wheel-balancing machines.

Transmission technicians and rebuilders work on gear trains, couplings, hydraulic pumps, and other parts of transmissions. Extensive knowledge of computer controls, the ability to diagnose electrical and hydraulic problems, and other specialized skills are needed to work on these complex components.

Tune-up technicians adjust ignition timing and valves and adjust or replace spark plugs and other parts to ensure efficient engine performance. They often use electronic testing equipment to isolate and adjust malfunctions in fuel, ignition, and emissions control systems.

For information about technicians who work on large trucks and buses, see the profile on diesel service technicians and mechanics.

For information about technicians who work on farm equipment, construction vehicles, and rail cars, see the profile on heavy vehicle and mobile equipment service technicians.

For information about technicians who repair and service motorcycles, motorboats, and small all-terrain vehicles, see the profile on small engine mechanics.

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