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Richard at YourMechanic

Richard

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(598 Reviews)
Experience
13 years

SERVICE

Oil Change

AMOUNT PAID

$131.93
by Wick from Boulder City, NV 89005

Easy going, Excellent guy, Fast work, Excellent job- Not a drop of oil (as would have happened if I'd done this job) on the street! Thanks again, Richard.

AMOUNT PAID

$90.00
by Jesse from Boulder City, NV 89005

He never called me as I asked when he was doing the diagnosis and I would have liked to have some kind of indication or his opinion of what exactly was going on with the vehicle for the SAI trouble code that was listed. I would have thought he'd investigate a bit by listening to the car running to see if he could identify the exact cause of the problem.

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Boulder City Porsche Service Rating

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4.3/5

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Answers to common Porsche questions

Headlight assembly not working
Answered by Andrew
On a vehicle such as a Porsche, it is likely that there is a control module for each of the headlight assemblies. A control module is like a computer that controls a particular system. If all of the lights on the driver side...
Shifter linkage not working properly
Answered by Robert
Hello. If the shifter is stuck in 3rd and 4th gear then most of the time the linkage is the problem. With the engine off you should be able to move the shifter through all of the gears. If not...
Seat adjustment not working
Answered by Tyler
Depending on whether your seat is mechanical or electronic can change the possibilities of this issue. Another possibility is that something could be stuck in the seat track, preventing the seat to move forward. The electronic motor/switch could have failed,...
Ignition lock faulty
Answered by Jerel
The ignition lock assembly can experience a failure due to a faulty sensor, module, or even a worn-out key. I will advise that you have an experienced mechanic, like the ones at YourMechanic, to inspect the entire ignition lock assembly...

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