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Joshua at YourMechanic

Joshua

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(702 Reviews)
Experience
27 years

AMOUNT PAID

$80.00
by Dave from Clayton, CA 94517

Outstanding mechanic. Very knowledgeable. I have used him several times and he is always on time if not early, very respectful of my property, very clean. I have had him do different jobs on three different makes of cars including replacing timing belt and water pump, fixing power windows, replacing wheel bearings, replacing engine gaskets, replacing fuel pump, repairing fan blower in dash board. His diagnostic skills are outstanding. I can assure you, you will be very satisfied with his work. I usually don't write reviews but Joshua is really top notch, best I have ever found.

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Answers to common Isuzu questions

Engine overheating and heat not working. Might need gasket.
Answered by Andrew
When the engine is overheating and the heater does not blow hot the most likely cause is a low coolant level. If all those parts were replaced on your vehicle perhaps important parts were skipped over during the inspection. You...
Car misfiring.
Answered by Rocco
Having your code is a great asset in helping us narrow down the information on the issue your Isuzu Trooper is experiencing! When you notice random misfires in your vehicle, this means that the engine is detecting misfires in two...
Car engine turning over, but not starting.
Answered by Evan
There are many reasons why a car will crank but not start. Your engine will not start unless it has fuel, air, spark, and compression. If any one of the four components are missing you will have a crank, no...
Accelerator sticking during cold weather
Answered by Evan
A dirty throttle body (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/throttle-body-replacement) can cause your accelerator to stick. If enough dirt builds up the throttle blade inside can bind up on the dirt. I would ask for help from a mechanic to clean your throttle body and...

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