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Jesus at YourMechanic


(68 Reviews)
14 years


by Christopher from Long Beach, CA 90810

I was a bit skeptical about the quality of service i could recieve from a online mobile mechanic service. I needed to change the driver side cv axle on my 2004 Volvo S60 It did not help that there was a uncontrollable mishap with the parts i initially thought i was going to need and had to reschedule my appointment. But my mechanic Jesus was willing to come out on a holiday(not saying i expected it or that i believe every mechanic working with the company would do so) and i greatly appreciated that. He arrived on time and once he started on my car he let me know exactly what was wrong with my suspension. He showed a great interest in just making sure that i would have a good idea as to why my car was behaving the way it has been. I would have to say that if a friend needed a mechanic such as i did i would recommended yourmechanic.com to them.

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Heater hose leak
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I recommend that you have a mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, check your vehicle out for you. The mechanic can pressure test the cooling system, and replace any leaking hoses (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/coolant-is-leaking-inspection).
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Even though you can get the car to start and run by sticking the wires into the connector, it will not keep out moisture and it could corrode even more. I would recommend having a mechanic inspect the sensor and...

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