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Diesel Mechanics are required to maintain and repair diesel engines. They usually work with engines of trucks or other vehicles which run on that fuel, such as farm tractors, bulldozers, boats, busses, cranes, etc. These workers have advanced knowledge about transmissions, brake systems, and electronic components unique to diesel vehicles. They may work for different transportation companies or having their own business.
Diesel Mechanics usually perform many of the following tasks:
• Checking lighting systems of a vehicle.
• Replacing engines.
• Performing regular servicing.
• Keeping records of all the jobs done.
• Finding failures.
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$17.00 - $24.00/Hour
$30,000 - $45,000/Year
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