– Driving to the job site.
– Inspecting trucks, cranes, bulldozers, and other heavy equipment for proper performance.
– Diagnosing faults using computerized testing equipment.
– Adjusting equipment and replacing faulty parts.
– Repairing damaged equipment parts.
– Cleaning, lubricating, and conducting routine services on heavy-duty vehicles.
– Cleaning and servicing of machine attachments like winches, blades, and side booms.
– Performing major repair work when necessary.
– Consulting with other mechanics on smaller jobs.
– Reporting damaged or faulty equipment to management.