Vehicle servicepersons diagnose, service and repair a range of mechanical and related vehicle components.
Vehicle servicepersons may perform the following tasks:
Most of the work is done in workshops.
An automotive underbody serviceperson inspects vehicle systems and components and undertakes diagnostic procedures before the repair. This includes the servicing of vehicle braking systems, steering, suspension systems and exhaust systems.
A driveline serviceperson diagnoses, repairs and services clutch assemblies, manual transmissions, final drive assemblies, drive shafts, tail shafts, chains, tracks, gears and associated components for light and heavy vehicles, motorcycles and plant and outdoor power equipment.
A steering and suspension serviceperson diagnoses, repairs and services clutch steering system components and suspension systems for light and heavy vehicles, motorcycles and plant, marine and outdoor power equipment.