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Kirk at YourMechanic

Kirk

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(54 Reviews)
Experience
31 years

SERVICE

Oxygen Sensor

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$175.24
by Partha from Cupertino, CA 95014

When I took my car to a local auto repair to change my oxygen sensor, they gave me a quote of $500+. I was searching for another option when I came across YourMechanic. I tried and it gave me a fixed quote of $150+, including the part. I booked an appointment with Kirk for today. Kirk serviced my car and changed the oxygen sensor. As the car is a bit old (2006), some of the parts were rusty and Kirk had to really struggle hard to change the sensor. But he did all of that with a smile on his face and constantly was interacting with my kid, who was super excited to see a car mechanic servicing his daddy's car. Kirk is very knowledgeable and eager to help. After changing the sensor he also diagnosed the car to show me if the problem got rectified or not. Excellent person and an wonderful site. I will recommend anyone to give it a try.

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5/5

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