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Michael at YourMechanic

Michael

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(606 Reviews)
Experience
16 years

AMOUNT PAID

$84.00
by Ben from Kennesaw, GA 30144

A lot of help

Terry at YourMechanic

Terry

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(50 Reviews)
Experience
18 years

AMOUNT PAID

$389.52
by Tama from Kennesaw, GA 30144

Even though Terry was sent the wrong part twice. He was able to complete the job. He personally went to the dealership and ordered the correct part. Then had them overnight it so he could install it the next day. Way to go Terry thanks for a job well done!

Sergio at YourMechanic

Sergio

Ratings
(46 Reviews)
Experience
45 years

SERVICE

Timing Belt

AMOUNT PAID

$619.58
by Michael from Kennesaw, GA 30144

Excellent experience ! Sergio is very skilled and a pleasure to deal with!

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5/5

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Answers to common Acura questions

Actuator not opening trunk
Answered by Mia
Since the trunk lid solenoid is working, it sounds like the latch or actuator needs to be replaced. There are also two ways to open the trunk if the key fob or dash button don't work. Pull the "T" shaped...
Seat heater not working.
Answered by Evan
Having an inoperative heated seat is not out of the ordinary. Most times the heater grid in the seat goes bad. Generally this happens over time just due to the fact that getting in and out of the seat flexes...
Car overheats after replacing radiator
Answered by Rocco
While there could be a few different causes that could lead to a vehicle overheating after a repair, it sounds like your Acura TL may have had an issue where air was left in the cooling system after the radiator...
AC is not blowing cold air
Answered by James
Hi. Generally, a silvery look to the oil indicates metal particles in the oil system. If this occurred when the oil compressor failed and the system was not thoroughly flushed, then the metal particles can wear the pistons and walls...

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