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Khoa at YourMechanic

Khoa

Ratings
(401 Reviews)
Experience
20 years

SERVICE

Brake Pads

AMOUNT PAID

$169.45
by Gregory from Citrus Heights, CA 95610

Good machanic condindent and friendly

Steven at YourMechanic

Steven

Ratings
(97 Reviews)
Experience
16 years

SERVICE

Timing Belt

AMOUNT PAID

$882.24
by Thomas from Citrus Heights, CA 95610

Steve is professional, on time and honest mechanic. Gotta love the guy.

Nick at YourMechanic

Nick

Ratings
(25 Reviews)
Experience
10 years

SERVICE

Knock Sensor
Bypass Hose

AMOUNT PAID

$1108.64
by Gregory from Citrus Heights, CA 95610

Good Mechanic

Richard at YourMechanic

Richard

Ratings
(11 Reviews)
Experience
11 years

SERVICE

Brake Pads

AMOUNT PAID

$522.30
by Ashley from Citrus Heights, CA 95621

He was professional and did a great job! I highly recommend! I told my mom to contact your mechanic to have her car worked on as well.

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Citrus Heights Lexus Service Rating

Average Rating

5/5

Number of Reviews

4

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Answers to common Lexus questions

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...
Check Engine light code P0430
Answered by Jerel
Your vehicle has groups of sensors that take readings and report back to the engine computer to make adjustments, or report an error; in this case, we're dealing with oxygen and/or air/fuel-ratio sensors. The code P0430 indicates a failure in...
Power steering fluid leaking
Answered by Jerel
Hello there! This sounds like a malfunctioning power steering pump, which is common for your vehicle. If this is the case, the location of the leak makes sense because the power steering pump is located on the passenger front side...
Car idles high at startup
Answered by Jay
The idle air control valve on your car may be defective, causing the high idle. A couple of checks would need to be done to determine if this is the case. Your engine needs to be checked for any vacuum...

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