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Angelo at YourMechanic

Angelo

Ratings
(76 Reviews)
Experience
31 years

SERVICE

Water Pump

AMOUNT PAID

$282.05
by Todd from Carrollton, TX 75006

Angelo was on time for the appointment, was very polite and very informative. He fixed my current issue and helped diagnose another problem I was having. I felt confident in his abilities and I feel he did a great job on my vehicle. I have already scheduled for him to fix an issue that another mechanic din't fix correctly. I would definitely call him for any future needs and I would recommend to others.

AMOUNT PAID

$70.00
by Todd from Carrollton, TX 75006

Very knowledgeable and professional. Diagnosed my problem, got the part, did the work and I was good to go. Great job!

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Carrollton Hummer Service Rating

Average Rating

5/5

Number of Reviews

2

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Answers to common Hummer questions

Four-wheel drive light.
Answered by Andrew
On an electronic four wheel drive system such as this one there are a few different things that may trigger a four wheel drive light. A faulty solenoid or motor on the transfer case, an inoperative front differential actuator, or...
Traction Control Fail light on
Answered by Rocco
While this code can be a illuminated for a number of reasons, you are correct that it has to do with servicing the stabilizer system. This light is actually a common one, and the repairs I have seen involve reprogramming...
Battery draining.
Answered by Mia
Either your battery is due for replacement (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/battery-replacement) or you have a parasitic draw somewhere. A draw can be found by placing an ammeter in series with the negative battery cable. If excessive current draw is found, the cause of...
Oil in coolant.
Answered by Mia
Oil in your coolant is a bad sign. This usually indicates a leaking head gasket or cracked head. A cooling system pressure test and block test will be able to determine this. I suggest having a qualified technician, such as...

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