Prepare internal combustion engines for final assembly and testing.
What does an Internal Combustion Engine Assembler Helper do?
Prepares internal combustion engines for final assembly and testing, performing any of following duties: Pushes or pulls motor aside, using hook, or pushes engine on casters between assembly stations. Pulls masking tape from engine to permit further assembly and adjustment. Removes temporary holding screws to permit attachment of permanent assemblies, using handtools. Lubricates engine, using grease guns, grease fittings, brushes, and oilcans. Wipes oil and dirt from outside surface of engine, using rags. Clamps engine to carrying frame and raises it to overhead conveyor line, using power hoist.