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Carlos at YourMechanic

Carlos

Ratings
(357 Reviews)
Experience
14 years

SERVICE

Tail Light Lens

AMOUNT PAID

$80.00
by Beverly from Fort Worth, TX 76107

The appointment was fine. Carlos was very personable and did a good job. He was very helpful and explained everything very well. I would be glad to select him again for any future services I need.

Anthony at YourMechanic

Anthony

Ratings
(103 Reviews)
Experience
9 years

AMOUNT PAID

$150.87
by Beverly from Fort Worth, TX 76107

Anthony arrived very promptly was very friendly and professional. Job took no more time than was allowed. I would recommened his service to anyone. I was very satisfied.

Toby at YourMechanic

Toby

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(100 Reviews)
Experience
8 years
by Beverly from Fort Worth, TX 76107

Toby was very professional he answered all of my questions and took pride in his work. I am so glad I called Your Mechanic and will be using this service my future needs.

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Fort Worth Oldsmobile Service Rating

Average Rating

5/5

Number of Reviews

3

Answers to common Oldsmobile questions

Q: Gas line leak
Answered by Jamahl
Hello. You would know if you have a leak in your gas line because you would see gas leaking on the ground or a heavy has smell in the cabin of the vehicle. You would also notice your gas burning...
Q: Car gears won't move
Answered by Mia
Hi. Looking at my repair database, I don't see that your van was offered with a manual transmission. Therefore, I am going to assume your vehicle is equipped with the 4T65E automatic transmission. It sounds like your problem may be...
Q: Car making a loud knocking noise
Answered by James
Hello. Unfortunately, without hearing the noise myself it is hard to make an accurate recommendation. The first thing that needs to be determined is the type of noise that is present and the possible sources. Rattling or knocking noises while...
Q: Tire damaged hitting curb.
Answered by Robert
After any sort of impact with the suspension you can have a series of parts that need to be replaced. When a mechanic comes across a situation like this the first thing that would be done is a visual inspection....

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