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Mack at YourMechanic

Mack

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(113 Reviews)
Experience
22 years

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Shock Absorber

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$614.99
by George from Burleson, TX 76028

Very Knowledgeable and Professional .

Aaron at YourMechanic

Aaron

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(72 Reviews)
Experience
10 years

AMOUNT PAID

$343.72
by Jack from Burleson, TX 76028

Aaron went above and beyond to figure out the problem I had with the car. He came out multiple time without charge to make sure the car was fixed properly. He is very friendly and knowledgeable. He even save me more money by letting me know that I do not need to replace parts that other auto shop was suggesting. I will definitely use Aaron again for all of my vehicles.

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Burleson Lexus Service Rating

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5/5

Number of Reviews

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Answers to common Lexus questions

Burning smell from under the hood and I don't know what it is.
Answered by Jay
The smell of something burning could be many different problems from something stuck to the exhaust like a plastic bag to oil or coolant leaks on the engine. The smell comes into the passenger compartment through the air intake vents...
Key does not turn and steering wheel locked.
Answered by Evan
The first thing I would recommend is to try turning the wheel and the key at the same time. Sometimes it is possible for the steering lock to bind the ignition cylinder. Turning the wheel away from the lock can...
Passenger side seat belts getting stuck.
Answered by Jay
Hi, The seat belt system is designed to lock if pulled out too fast or if in a fast stop. Inside the mechanism for the belt there is a ratching mechanism that controls this locking and is not serviceable at...
Engine dies when I take my foot off gas pedal.
Answered by Robert
Hello. If the engine runs fine when you are holding the accelerator pedal down and dies when you release it then you may have a couple of possible issues. I would first check the vacuum hoses going to the engine....

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