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Richard at YourMechanic


(461 Reviews)
21 years


by Wilfred from Fayetteville, GA 30215

Great as always. He has become my mechanic. Always wonderful total experience.

Robert at YourMechanic


(237 Reviews)
37 years
by OLisa from Fayetteville, GA 30215

Firstly, prior to his arrival, he called to ask me about the problem I was experiencing. Then, once Mr. Robert arrived, my preconceived notions of his abilities were only confirmed. He was knowledgeable and insightful. He provided details and took the time to explain to my husband the issue, what caused it and what needed to be done. If this site allowed you to request a specific mechanic, he would definitely be my go-to.

Eric at YourMechanic


(72 Reviews)
14 years
by james from Fayetteville, GA 30215

on time - actually early - and completed the job in the estimated time window.

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Answers to common Land Rover questions

Transmission fault message when pushing gas pedal to floor, in addition to high-pitched sound.
Answered by Andrew
As for the high pitched noise you may have a serpentine belt or belt tensioner that needs replacement. As for the transmission issue, these vehicles have electronic transmissions. With that considered there could potentially be an electrical issue within the...
Car starts, but stalls while driving
Answered by Michael
Hello, with knowing the specifics of which gasket was replaced, you should have the the oil leak repaired to avoid severe engine damage, requiring a replacement. There are many causes for a car stalling, like vacuum leaks, faulty sensors, and...
Grinding when I turn.
Answered by Andrew
A number of things could cause this issue. Something near your brakes could be bent slightly causing the rotor to rub against it during hard turns. It is also possible that the wheel bearings have failed and the hard turn...
Car overheating after losing green fluid from radiator.
Answered by Evan
The green fluid on the side of the radiator could just be from the cap being left off. It also could be from a leak. I believe your car overheated because while driving with the cap off of the radiator...

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