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49-3011.00 Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians
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Alternate Occupation Titles
- Engine Installer
- Aircraft Engine Mechanic
- Aircraft Engine Specialist
- Aircraft Engine Specialists
- Aircraft Engine Technician
- Dinkey Engine Mechanic
- Jet Engine Mechanic
- Rocket Engine Component Mechanic
- Rocket Engine Mechanic
- Turbine Engine Mechanic (Turb Eng Mechanic)
- Diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul aircraft engines and assemblies, such as hydraulic and pneumatic systems. Includes helicopter and aircraft engine specialists.
- Clean engines, sediment bulk and screens, and carburetors, adjusting carburetor float levels.
- Determine repair limits for engine hot section parts.
- Disassemble engines and inspect parts, such as turbine blades and cylinders, for corrosion, wear, warping, cracks, and leaks, using precision measuring instruments, x-rays, and magnetic inspection equipment.
- Examine engines through specially designed openings while working from ladders or scaffolds, or use hoists or lifts to remove the entire engine from an aircraft.
- Listen to operating engines to detect and diagnose malfunctions such as sticking or burned valves.
- Modify aircraft structures, space vehicles, systems, or components, following drawings, schematics, charts, engineering orders, and technical publications.
- Reassemble engines following repair or inspection and reinstall engines in aircraft.
- Remove or install aircraft engines, using hoists or forklift trucks.
- Test operation of engines and other systems, using test equipment such as ignition analyzers, compression checkers, distributor timers, and ammeters.