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3 Best Mobile Lincoln Auto Repair Mechanics in Kansas City, MO

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by Travis from Kansas City, MO 64133

Andrew was quick and efficient! Very reliable & did a great job! Car is running great! Definitely recommend & would use again!

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by kha'liq from Kansas City, MO 64138

Thank you so much for assessing my car needs I appreciate your honesty and professionalism

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by John from Kansas City, MO 64129

Max came out to my work parking lot on a very hot day to change my oil and recharge my A/C. Although my A/C compressor was bad and couldn't be recharged, Max explained everything and steps we could take to get the compressor fixed. I would definitely recommend Max for future services!!!

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Answers to common Lincoln questions in Kansas City

My car has a lack of power - 2001 Lincoln LS
Answered by Jeff
This may be a sign of a dirty or faulty mass air flow sensor. The mass air flow sensor is a unit in the intake system that monitors air intake as it is mixed with fuel prior to being injected...
Hydraulic problem with engine lifters knocking.
Answered by Marvin
Hi there. If the lifters are indeed tapping, then they are probably sticking. Try putting one quart of transmission fluid in the engine and run the engine for 15 minutes at 3,000 rpm. This will thin out the original oil...
My car starts to overheat in stop and go traffic until I turn on the heater. It then goes back to normal.
Answered by Jay
You may have a leak you have not seen if you had to add coolant. You should also not have to turn on the heater to full blast to cool the engine. This tells me you either have a cooling...

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