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In days gone by, vehicle owners could take care of any maintenance items on their own vehicles. However, with the advancement of technology in the automotive industry, it is not possible for the average person to change the oil in their car, let alone replace the brakes, transmission, or other components.

So just what does an automotive service technician do for your vehicle that you can’t do for yourself? There are obvious maintenance items that should be done on a regular basis, such as oil changes, tire rotations, wheel alignment, etc. But what are some of the other things an automotive service technician can do for your vehicle that you may not even be aware of?

Certified automotive repair technicians . . .

  • Use specialized diagnostic equipment to pinpoint problems. This will ensure that the right repairs are performed correctly.
  • Know the service intervals for maintenance items, ensuring that all the operating systems are thoroughly inspected and maintained.
  • Are skilled in performing preventative vehicle maintenance, including oil changes, tune-ups, transmission flushes, tire rotations, and much more.
  • Ability to repair or replace worn-out parts, such as brake pads, rotors, wheel bearings, etc.
  • Are trained to disassemble, clean, and reassemble major vehicle parts, such as transmissions and engines.
  • Have the ability to explain to customers in easy-to-understand terms their vehicle problems and the appropriate repair needed.
  • Are trained to work with electronic systems (such as accident-avoidance sensors) controlled primarily by computers.
  • Are knowledgeable about alternative fuels, such as ethanol and electricity.

Need to know more about what does an automotive service technician do? Let them take care of your whole vehicle so that you are driving as safely as possible!

Looking for quality automotive repair? Contact our ASE Certified tire repair technicians at Big Lake Automotive today for more information about our automotive repair services and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves the residents of Big Lake, MN, and surrounding areas.

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What does an automotive service technician do that you can’t do for yourself? Let the automotive repair professionals at Big Lake Automotive take care of your car.
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Feb
2020

In days gone by, vehicle owners could take care of any maintenance items on their own vehicles. However, with the advancement of technology in the automotive industry, it is not possible for the average person to change the oil in their car, let alone replace the brakes, transmission, or other components.

So just what does an automotive service technician do for your vehicle that you can’t do for yourself? There are obvious maintenance items that should be done on a regular basis, such as oil changes, tire rotations, wheel alignment, etc. But what are some of the other things an automotive service technician can do for your vehicle that you may not even be aware of?

Certified automotive repair technicians . . .

  • Use specialized diagnostic equipment to pinpoint problems. This will ensure that the right repairs are performed correctly.
  • Know the service intervals for maintenance items, ensuring that all the operating systems are thoroughly inspected and maintained.
  • Are skilled in performing preventative vehicle maintenance, including oil changes, tune-ups, transmission flushes, tire rotations, and much more.
  • Ability to repair or replace worn-out parts, such as brake pads, rotors, wheel bearings, etc.
  • Are trained to disassemble, clean, and reassemble major vehicle parts, such as transmissions and engines.
  • Have the ability to explain to customers in easy-to-understand terms their vehicle problems and the appropriate repair needed.
  • Are trained to work with electronic systems (such as accident-avoidance sensors) controlled primarily by computers.
  • Are knowledgeable about alternative fuels, such as ethanol and electricity.

Need to know more about what does an automotive service technician do? Let them take care of your whole vehicle so that you are driving as safely as possible!

Looking for quality automotive repair? Contact our ASE Certified tire repair technicians at Big Lake Automotive today for more information about our automotive repair services and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves the residents of Big Lake, MN, and surrounding areas.

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