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Alex at YourMechanic

Alex

Ratings
(434 Reviews)
Experience
15 years

SERVICE

AC Compressor

AMOUNT PAID

$895.10
by Sue from Grand Prairie, TX 75052

Very Courteous and Thorough. Repairs completed in a timely manner.

Rusty at YourMechanic

Rusty

Ratings
(427 Reviews)
Experience
22 years

AMOUNT PAID

$84.99
by Cheryl from Grand Prairie, TX 75052

He's awesome and very knowledgable and informative Already booked him for service to my car

SERVICE

Knock Sensor

AMOUNT PAID

$168.48
by Arnise from Grand Prairie, TX 75052

Great work yet again. Thank you Rusty!

Carlos at YourMechanic

Carlos

Ratings
(357 Reviews)
Experience
15 years

AMOUNT PAID

$97.56
by Marla from Grand Prairie, TX 75050

Carlos did a very good job changing my oil and servicing my car. Plus it was very convenient because he came to my workplace and did it while I worked.

AMOUNT PAID

$70.00
by Arnise from Grand Prairie, TX 75052

Carlos was indeed a 5 star mechanic! He identified the problem with my car, he used his time efficiently and took the time out to explain the variables that were hindering my car in addition to recommendations for preventive care. I have NEVER met an honest mechanic, Carlos has truly revived my faith that not everyone is out for a quick buck. Kudos to the use of knowledge, expertise and professionalism of Carlos!

Mack at YourMechanic

Mack

Ratings
(113 Reviews)
Experience
21 years

AMOUNT PAID

$74.99
by Arnise from Grand Prairie, TX 75052

He was fast and precise with his diagnosis.

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Grand Prairie Kia Service Rating

Average Rating

5/5

Number of Reviews

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Answers to common Kia questions

Why is my passenger airbag light always on?
Answered by Tom
Hello! Thank you for writing in with this question. Kia released Technical Service Bulletin/Recall Action (TSB SC-076A) that specifically covers this issue. The TSB outlines an update to the OCS Electronic Control Module that is located in the seat cushion....
Keep needing new headlight bulbs, why is this happening?
Answered by Michael
Hello, replacing bulbs frequently can be bothersome. A couple of reasons come to mind. If you are using the cheapest bulbs possible, the cheap filaments may just be failing. Trying a good quality bulb may be a good start. You...
Air Conditioning is not doing very much at all
Answered by Michael
Hello! While not having A/C can be uncomfortable, the problem is repairable. If the system is out of refrigerant, there is a leak present. With any luck, the last technician that replaced your compressor added A/C dye to the system...
Exhaust fumes leaking into the car
Answered by Tom
This concern could be caused by a cracked exhaust manifold. Is the Check Engine light on? If so, a certified, local mechanic, like one with YourMechanic, could diagnose the problem (https://www.yourmechanic.com/book/?mktg_jid=321) with a scan tool. Due to the poisonous nature...

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