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Noe at YourMechanic

Noe

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(603 Reviews)
Experience
36 years

AMOUNT PAID

$79.99
by Denise from Lacey, WA 98503

Pleasant

Michael at YourMechanic

Michael

Ratings
(79 Reviews)
Experience
21 years

AMOUNT PAID

$79.99
by Erin from Lacey, WA 98503

Michael was awesome. He let me watch and explained what was going on. Fixed a leak in the transmission line and the car ran perfectly instead of slipping in and out of gear. I was also low on ATF fluid because of the leak so we put that in. He also tightened up the belt which was making my stearing wheel squeak. And he also helped me change my wiper blades lol There were 7 transmission codes when he first plugged the computer in. When he was done, all the codes went away! There is one more part needed so we made a separate appointment for tomorrow. I thought I was going to lose my car, but as it turns out, my car is fine! It's amazing what a leak and lack of fluid does to the functioning of your transmission. So many people (non mechanics) thought my transmission was bad and I probably would need a new one. Nope! Just fix the leak and get the fluid in there  Yay! 

Shane at YourMechanic

Shane

Ratings
(39 Reviews)
Experience
36 years

SERVICE

Oil Change

AMOUNT PAID

$113.82
by Eric from Lacey, WA 98503

Shane seems to be very concerned about the whole experience of the service. He cheerfully fixed both my truck and my attitude toward the vehicle.

Matthew at YourMechanic

Matthew

Ratings
(5 Reviews)
Experience
20 years

AMOUNT PAID

$161.29
by JONATHAN from Lacey, WA 98503

Did a great job!

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4.8/5

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Answers to common Dodge questions

Heater stopped working, where’s the problem?
Answered by Derek
The best solution for this issue is to replace your Heater, Vent and A/C (HVAC) housing. A little explanation is needed here. Inside that housing are several doors that direct airflow, either through the heater core or evaporator, as well...
Clicking noise in the engine, been going on for a while
Answered by Derek
Your truck most likely has an internal engine issue that is just starting to present itself. Abnormal noises, whether from your refrigerator, engine or even your plumbing can be an indication that repairs are needed. In the case of your...
Truck stalls out when driving
Answered by Derek
Stalling issues can be not only dangerous but nerve racking, as they can be often hard to predict. There are many possible causes, and to help the technicians narrow down the cause, it is recommended to track the time, temperature...
Headlights go out randomly, will come back on after
Answered by Derek
As silly as it sounds, the issue is most likely caused by an intermittent failure in your Totally Integrated Power Module (TIPM). Of course it’s important to have the circuit and connections checked, but the TIPM is the most common...

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