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Rusty at YourMechanic

Rusty

Ratings
(514 Reviews)
Experience
23 years

AMOUNT PAID

$140.00
by Mel from Bedford, TX 76021

Everything was great.

Keith at YourMechanic

Keith

Ratings
(228 Reviews)
Experience
26 years

AMOUNT PAID

$74.99
by Justin from Bedford, TX 76022

Phenomenal to work with. Very clear and transparent work and pricing. Honest and on time.

AMOUNT PAID

$275.97
by Debra from Bedford, TX 76022

My job was completed in great time. I will ask for him in the future.

Anthony at YourMechanic

Anthony

Ratings
(103 Reviews)
Experience
11 years

SERVICE

Brake Pads

AMOUNT PAID

$1030.02
by Joseph from Bedford, TX 76022

Anthony was very thorough and professional. He took the time to explain to me some issues with my service. I will request him for my next service issue.

AMOUNT PAID

$126.00
by Daniel from Bedford, TX 76021

Anthony came on time and got the job done in no time. Did a great job and went above and beyond to fix my car. Definitely recommend.

Toby at YourMechanic

Toby

Ratings
(100 Reviews)
Experience
10 years

SERVICE

Oil Change

AMOUNT PAID

$90.64
by Joseph from Bedford, TX 76022

Toby was great. First he arrived about 30 minutes early which I appreciated. While he was unable to replace my fuel pump due to some pre-existing shoddy repairs that were done by a previous mechanic, he was extremely helpful in pointing out the problems he found. I will be calling for Toby in the future when I need other repairs and services.

Cody at YourMechanic

Cody

Ratings
(99 Reviews)
Experience
8 years
by Rosa from Bedford, TX 76021

Great worker fast and very nice.

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Bedford Dodge Service Rating

Average Rating

5/5

Number of Reviews

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Answers to common Dodge questions

Heater stopped working, where’s the problem?
Answered by Derek
The best solution for this issue is to replace your Heater, Vent and A/C (HVAC) housing. A little explanation is needed here. Inside that housing are several doors that direct airflow, either through the heater core or evaporator, as well...
Clicking noise in the engine, been going on for a while
Answered by Derek
Your truck most likely has an internal engine issue that is just starting to present itself. Abnormal noises, whether from your refrigerator, engine or even your plumbing can be an indication that repairs are needed. In the case of your...
Truck stalls out when driving
Answered by Derek
Stalling issues can be not only dangerous but nerve racking, as they can be often hard to predict. There are many possible causes, and to help the technicians narrow down the cause, it is recommended to track the time, temperature...
Headlights go out randomly, will come back on after
Answered by Derek
As silly as it sounds, the issue is most likely caused by an intermittent failure in your Totally Integrated Power Module (TIPM). Of course it’s important to have the circuit and connections checked, but the TIPM is the most common...

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