Carburetor Mechanic Salary in Alabama - State Average

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Average Salary for Carburetor Mechanic in Alabama - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Carburetor Mechanic in Alabama - State Average is $33,762.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Carburetor Mechanic in Alabama - State Average is $16.23.

The average bonus of a(n) Carburetor Mechanic in Alabama - State Average is $901.00.

Job Description:

Repairs and tunes motor vehicle carburetors. Disassembles carburetors and gasoline filter units, using hand tools. Examines parts for defects and tests needle valves with wire gauges and flow meter. Cleans parts in solvents to remove dirt and gum deposits. Repairs or replaces defective parts. Reassembles carburetor and gasoline filter, and installs them in vehicle. Starts engine and turns adjustment screw to regulate flow of air and gasoline through carburetor, using testing equipment. May operate drill press, lathe, and other power tools to retap jets, ream throttle bodies and chokes, and machine seating surfaces of carburetor housings. May install and repair mechanical devices that convert conventional systems to use of other fuels vehicle-fuel-systems converter. Less

Repairs and tunes motor vehicle carburetors. Disassembles carburetors and gasoline filter units, using hand tools. Examines parts for defects and tests needle valves with wire gauges and flow meter. Cleans parts in solvents to remove dirt and gum deposits. Repairs... More

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