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4 Best Mobile Oldsmobile Auto Repair Mechanics in Humble, TX

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(1071 Reviews)
Experience
39 years

AMOUNT PAID

$70.00
by marcus from Humble, TX 77338

Ben was excellent! He quickly diagnosed the problem with my car and fixed it at no additional cost. I will be using this service again.

AMOUNT PAID

$361.02
by Gabriele from Humble, TX 77339

Ben is a pro! thanks for the great job.

Ratings
(307 Reviews)
Experience
15 years

AMOUNT PAID

$155.04
by marcus from Humble, TX 77338

Good work

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(495 Reviews)
Experience
18 years

AMOUNT PAID

$69.99
by LANDIS from Houston, TX 77023

I have used Breck before. I had come come out again. He was honest and upfront. I highly recommend. He will be returning soon to complete my services.

AMOUNT PAID

$70.00
by LANDIS from Houston, TX 77023

The mobile mechanic came. I must say I am impressed! He found my house. He and I started talking. He said he owned two Ninety Eights previously. He was there to look at my Oldsmobile Ninety Eight. He had two Oldsmobile Ninety Eight Touring Sedans. The ones he owned were from the 1987-1990 era. He was describing the floor shifters and they had and how much he liked Ninety Eights, Touring Sedans, and the Oldsmobile Eighty Eight LSS too. He talked about how a family member owned one and how he was fixing his. He talked in detail about the Touring Sedan and the things he loved. He asked me how long had I owned my Ninety Eight. I told him 2003. He told me how he become a mechanic and went to school for it and more. He got into the Ninety Eight and it would not start. He got out and disconnected the battery and rubbed the negative and positive battery terminals together. He reconnected them and the Ninety Eight started! The instrumentation then told him exactly what it was. There is a sensor at the bottom of the oil pan. He said by doing what he did with the terminals, it cleared the computer and reset it. We went underneath the car and he showed me the sensor. He said which one did you replace? I told him. He said you were on the right path. You know what you are doing. You need to replace this sensor and not the one you did. You can get the sensor and replace it because it is clear you know what you are doing and on the right path. He said you also need to replace your valve cover gaskets. They are leaking. I told him I will request him to come back and do that. I am not doing that even thought I can.

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(256 Reviews)
Experience
19 years

AMOUNT PAID

$255.94
by Elbert from Spring, TX 77373

Very fast and great customer service. Daniel knows what he is doing. Will recommend him for any other repair. Thanks Daniel

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