Diagnostics and repair of cars: an auto mechanic should be able to determine the cause of the malfunction and perform the appropriate repair or replacement of parts and assemblies of the car.

Maintenance: carrying out regular maintenance of vehicles, including oil changes, filters, spark plugs, etc.

Troubleshooting: Solving problems that occur in the car, including problems with the engine, transmission, suspension, electrical system and other components.

Repair and replacement of parts: An auto mechanic must be able to repair and replace parts and assemblies of the car, such as brake pads, shock absorbers, exhaust system, clutch, etc.

Use of special equipment: An auto mechanic must be able to work with various specialized tools and equipment, including diagnostic scanners, hydraulic lifts and presses.

Compliance with safety standards: An auto mechanic must comply with all necessary safety measures when performing his duties to prevent possible injuries or accidents.

Recording and documenting work: Keeping records of completed work, diagnostics, replaced parts and other important data for later use and reporting.

Interaction with clients: An auto mechanic may be required to consult and communicate with customers, explain to them the causes of malfunctions and provide recommendations for repair or maintenance.

Knowledge update and professional development: Follow the latest technological and industrial trends, attend trainings and seminars to improve your skills and knowledge.

It is important to note that the specific duties of an auto mechanic may vary depending on the place of work, specialization and type of car