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Jose at YourMechanic

Jose

Ratings
(433 Reviews)
Experience
16 years

SERVICE

Wheel Stud

AMOUNT PAID

$93.40
by Katie from Beaverton, OR 97006

Jose was amazing. He went above and beyond and this was my first time trying the service. So convenient! I've gotten screwed over by Beaverton Toyota and Jose will be my new go-to. Thanks!

SERVICE

Brake Pads

AMOUNT PAID

$121.13
by Randall from Beaverton, OR 97006

Very nice and friendly. He gave us some background info that will help us make decisions in the future about our breaks.

AL at YourMechanic

AL

Ratings
(211 Reviews)
Experience
11 years

SERVICE

Water Pump

AMOUNT PAID

$243.74
by Steven from Beaverton, OR 97008

AL showed up and he delivered! He did such a great job even with all three of my kids running around. I would recommend him to anyone

Gerron at YourMechanic

Gerron

Ratings
(185 Reviews)
Experience
33 years

AMOUNT PAID

$206.23
by Anish from Beaverton, OR 97006

Great guy!

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Beaverton Scion Service Rating

Average Rating

5/5

Number of Reviews

4

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Answers to common Scion questions

Car broke down. Replaced belt and alternator, still doesn't start.
Answered by Rocco
It is always a concerning situation to have your car break down, it is even worse when that happens on the freeway! Luckily, getting your car inspected by a certified mechanic can bring some needed relief with such a situation....
Low idle in car
Answered by Robert
Hello. Your car can idle low from a number of reasons. If the check engine light is not on then it may be something simple. I would start by checking the air filter and replacing it if it is dirty....
Car not accelerating when first started
Answered by Ferdinand
Hi there. When you let your car sit for a long period of time the gasoline tends to lose its combustibility. Along with sediment settling in your tank this will cause your vehicle to not perform properly. Also a malfunction...
Wheel shaking
Answered by Andrew
Hi there. It sounds like your tire may be what's called "cupping". That's when cup like patterns are worn into the tire causing it to vibrate and shake the car. I would inspect the tire for cupping and if they...

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