Diesel Mechanic

Up to $44,000


Diesel technicians repair and maintain diesel engines used to power machines, such as buses, ships, trucks, railroad trains, electric generators, and construction machinery, using handtools, precision measuring instruments, and machine tools. They diagnose trouble, disassemble engines, and examine parts for defects and excessive wear.

A diesel mechanic is a generic occupational title that also fits most of the iterations of diesel and maintenance technicians within it.

Employers Offering Diesel Mechanic Apprenticeships