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Brandon at YourMechanic


(316 Reviews)
18 years


by Christopher from Chapel Hill, NC 27516

I am really pleased with this service. Brandon called me 2 days in advance to alert me that sometimes EGR replacements require addtional work to clean out the exhaust system. As it turned out, my car didn't need this extra step, but I appreciated knowing about the possibility in advance. On the day of service he also called in advance to alert me that he was running 2 hours late (I was his last scheduled appointment for the day. And while here, he took time to fully explain in laymen's terms (as I am very uneducated about cars) what he'd done and show me what he'd found that might cause a problem down the road. I would absolutely trust Brandon to service all of our cars using this extremely convenient service.




by Christine from Chapel Hill, NC 27514

Brandon is professional, knowledgeable, and went above and beyond to fix my car - after spending over an hour carefully going over the car to figure out what was wrong, he fit another appointment in the same evening to try to fix it. When replacing the less expensive possible problem parts did not fix the issue, he fit me in as soon as possible to come back and get my car up and running again. I would definitely recommend Brandon to others!

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Answers to common Acura questions

Actuator not opening trunk
Answered by Mia
Since the trunk lid solenoid is working, it sounds like the latch or actuator needs to be replaced. There are also two ways to open the trunk if the key fob or dash button don't work. Pull the "T" shaped...
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