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

(528 Reviews)
9 years


Brake Pads


by Selena from Kansas City, MO 64151

Andrew did my front brake pads in less time than was estimated and let me know when I should change my rear brake pads.

(140 Reviews)
9 years


by Selena from Kansas City, MO 64151

David did my follow-up inspection after a previous Yourmechanic installed my left and right control arms incorrectly. He is a very honest mechanic who can easily explain what’s going on with your car and follow-up services that are needed. I really wish I had’ve hired him to do my control arms in the first place as I don’t think I would be in this mess!


by Selena from Kansas City, MO 64151

David did a thorough job and helped me to understand when and what I need to have worked on my car next.

(31 Reviews)
30 years


by Eduardo from Kansas City, MO 64133

He's really knowledgeable and made sure we knew the next step. Offered to have our car fixed in his shop since it's not something we could've done in the driveway.

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Answers to common Subaru questions

Check engine light on a lot
Answered by Tom
Hello Jacqueline! Thank you for writing in with this question. This problem could be related to a bad gas cap o-ring, or something more involved like an evaporative emissions system leak, or canister purge solenoid problem. Since the Check Engine...
Timing belt failed, how do I keep it from happening twice?
Answered by Tom Rendahl
Hello! Thank you for writing in with this question. Timing belt replacement is generally recommended by Subaru at 105,000 miles, or 105 months. Other manufacturers recommend replacing them between 60,000-90,000 miles. It is very possible that there were contributing factors...
Driver seat broke and basically collapsed
Answered by Tom Rendahl
Greetings! Thank you for writing in about this problem. The welds on the seat brackets may have broken. This seems to be a common problem in this generation of Forester. A professional mechanic from YourMechanic can diagnose what failed (https://www.yourmechanic.com/book/?mktg_jid=391)...
Lots of noise on startup, car isn’t a morning person
Answered by Tom
Hello! Thank you for writing in with this question. Due to the design and characteristics of the “boxer” style engine, this cold-start noise is considered “normal” by Subaru corporate. It may be a good idea to have a professional at...

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