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Auto mechanics provide a necessary service to
anyone who owns a car. From time to time, every car needs work, whether it
requires new brakes or a routine oil change. Mechanics inspect, maintain, and
repair cars that are brought in for work. In order to fix a car that is not
running properly, a mechanic first has to diagnose the problem, much like a doctor
would for a patient. He or she asks the car's owner about any “symptoms” the
car has shown. Using the information the owner gives to the mechanic, the
mechanic goes through the proper steps, usually using special tools and
diagnostic equipment, to figure out what needs to be repaired.
Routine service for a car works much
differently. Usually, the mechanic has a checklist of things to look for when
servicing automobiles. He or she goes down the list, inspecting the car and its
parts, ensuring that the car is in proper working order and fixing the things
technology is becoming more and more complex. These days, new cars are run
largely by computers (in fact, the first spaceship had fewer computers than a
car does today!). This means that automotive mechanics work with these computer
systems, not just nuts and bolts. In this increasingly computer-driven
industry, auto mechanics face the difficulty of learning and using these new
systems. In fact, mechanics who have the skills to repair these complex systems
are often called service technicians.