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Henry at YourMechanic

Henry

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(164 Reviews)
Experience
34 years

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$84.99
by Wilbur from Marlton, NJ 08053

On time and very informative about what was going on. Extremely competent mechanic.

AMOUNT PAID

$90.00
by Thomas from Marlton, NJ 08053

Great

Casime at YourMechanic

Casime

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(56 Reviews)
Experience
12 years

AMOUNT PAID

$216.32
by Dyante from Clementon, NJ 08021

Timely, actually early, efficient and got the job done; In the rain no less. Very quick. Very helpful keeping me informed on what else needs to be done to keep my car going. Definitely looking to book again soon to finish getting my car all together.

by Lauren from Washington, DC 20011

This man is excellent, he is courteous, he explains things to you, he is courteous of your time. He is just super, I would recommend him to all of my family. He is very respectful. My car seems to be doing fine. Thank you Casimes.

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Marlton Hyundai Service Rating

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5/5

Number of Reviews

3

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Answers to common Hyundai questions

Blown engine, is the repair cost worth it?
Answered by Jay
My first question to you would be to ask you why the engine is being replaced. Did you already have the problem diagnosed and were told you need an new engine? I would need more information to properly diagnose your...
Have to replace my brakes really frequently
Answered by Jay
The rear brake pads should last you over 30,000 miles if everything is working normally. In your case the rear pads are not lasting more than 10,000 miles, this is an indication of a problem in your brake system. If...
Car is shutting off while driving
Answered by Jay
The first thing to do is to have the fuel cap replaced (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/symptoms-of-a-bad-or-failing-fuel-filler-cap). The cap may be overtightened, causing gas tank venting to be blocked. If this gets blocked then the fuel tank can go into a vacuum and cause...
Worried about a noise in the engine
Answered by Michael
Having an engine noise can be annoying and damaging over time. Did the noises start after having the oil and filter changed? I ask because there are some aftermarket oil filters which will cause pressure variations in the engine, creating...

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