A Volvo Truck mechanic is working to repair and maintain vehicles in line with Volvo factory requirements. Volvo Automotive Mechanic receives orders for maintenance and repair and diagnoses any problems or failures in Volvo Vehicles. These duties may include testing parts and systems, identifying mechanical problems, carrying out maintenance of basic care and replacing worn parts. Working in areas of automotive technology requires mechanical ingenuity in servicing vehicles and troubleshooting issues. Routine maintenance testing and action determines for damaged components and systems are conducted by Volvo mechanics. They repair faulty components, retrofit engines, change brakes, adjust steering systems, replace worn-out components and change hydraulic fluids.
To add on, mechanics of Volvo trucks routinely use the lathes, soldering torches, pneumatic wrench, hydraulic jackets, screwdrivers, pinches, brackets, and precision gauges. Before and after repairs, they test-drive trucks too. Mechanics of the Volvo truck inspects and restores various vehicle types and identifies issues to incorporate the appropriate solutions. They are required to work, identify mechanical problems by testing and interpreting results, repair and replacement of mechanical or electrical parts and components, and have several functions. They are also responsible for consulted customers.
Volvo truck mechanic must have the physical strength required for the success of day-to-day jobs, for example, lifting and heavy machinery. Special hand-eye coordination should be given as well. The Volvo Automotive Factory Training program, a 16-week Volvo specific training program, covers Volvo specific maintenance and repair courses, is also available. They can also work on related car systems, such as power and brake systems, and perform general maintenance tasks, such as battery change or tire change.