Become an AC Transit Mechanic
What our Mechanics Do
- Diagnose, examine, and investigate vehicles to determine causes of defective operation of engines, transmissions, differential units, generators, starters, pumps, air suspension systems, pneumatic systems, passenger lift assemblies, radiators, injectors, clutches, air conditioning systems, and other vehicle components.
- Determine proper course of action to facilitate vehicle repair, maintenance, adjustment, and component replacement.
- Maintain, adjust, and/or repair all bus systems, components, and parts including hydraulic and electrical systems, brakes, front ends, and air conditioning systems to ensure the operational fitness of coaches.
- Perform major overhauls, major tune-ups, and repair to brakes and steering systems.
- Perform preventative maintenance and repair of all brands of passenger lifts on coaches.
- Change windows and seats and performs minor body repair.
- Operate buses to diagnose component failure, make roadside repairs, or move disabled buses.
- Operate forklifts, overhead cranes, hydraulic lifts, hoists and jacks, brake lathes, and tugs used for pulling disabled buses.
- Document all work performed including record of repairs on driver’s defect cards; submit daily lift status reports to supervisor and dispatch; record all repairs logs; and prepare and submit weekly reports to supervisor.