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2 Best Mobile Mitsubishi Auto Repair Mechanics in Apopka, FL

(877 Reviews)
30 years


Timing Belt


by Edda from Lake Mary, FL 32746

A very serious professional person. He was very honest with us and explain what the car needed and how he was going to work on the car. He explain us how was the car after fixing it. We are very thankful of having Mr. James working with us.


by Geri from Winter Garden, FL 34787

After going through two previous mechanics, who incorrectly diagnosed the problem, James was a sight for sore eyes!!!! The previous guys said it was a headlight HCI problem. James quickly determined it was the ignition and will install the part tomorrow morning!!! Sharp!!! Kudos to James!!!!! Also, very nice and explained everything!!!!!

(232 Reviews)
27 years


Oil Change


by Connie from Apopka, FL 32703

Very helpful. Timely and efficient .

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Apopka Mitsubishi Auto Repair

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7 AM - 9 PM

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1 (855) 347-2779

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Our certified Mitsubishi mobile mechanics perform over 600 services, including diagnostics, brakes, belts, oil changes, 30k/60k/90k maintenances, and will come to you with all necessary parts and tools.
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Answers to common Mitsubishi questions

Vehicle overheating.
Answered by Jay
Hi there. This is a common problem. It is likely that a cooling system thermostat got stuck closed causing low flow through the cooling system and requires that it get replaced. It is also possible that there is a radiator...
I have to tap the gas pedal to get my car started.
Answered by Andrew
This could possibly be an issue with your Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor or MAP sensor. This sensor monitors the pressure inside the engines intake manifold. This pressure changes when the throttle is depressed. Perhaps the sensor is only reading a...
Car only starts when I pump the gas pedal.
Answered by Rocco
From this description it seems that there could be separate issues happening to your Mitsubishi Eclipse. The three most common reasons I see for a car unable to start without pushing the gas pedal include; the throttle body gasket may...
Engine shaking and knocking after spark plug replacement.
Answered by Andrew
This sounds to me like the cylinder head has been severely damaged. If the burn of the coil and spark plug started on the plug end this would mean that combustion chamber temperatures from inside the engine were allowed past...

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