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Damian at YourMechanic

Damian

Ratings
(430 Reviews)
Experience
11 years

SERVICE

Battery

AMOUNT PAID

$208.44
by Rosie from Melbourne, FL 32901

Professional, knowledgeable, and polite young man arrived early, very efficient. He explained the recommended future services in detail.

SERVICE

ignition inspection

AMOUNT PAID

$69.99
by Jackie from Melbourne, FL 32935

He’s very nice ,very helpful , knows what he’s talking about ....

AL at YourMechanic

AL

Ratings
(217 Reviews)
Experience
12 years

AMOUNT PAID

$225.05
by Bill from Melbourne, FL 32904

Al is willing to listen to me both as a person and as a customer who has questons.He explains well and in a way that is easy to understand.

by Bill from Melbourne, FL 32904

Was at work

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Melbourne Kia Service Rating

Average Rating

5/5

Number of Reviews

5

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Answers to common Kia questions

Why is my passenger airbag light always on?
Answered by Tom
Hello! Thank you for writing in with this question. Kia released Technical Service Bulletin/Recall Action (TSB SC-076A) that specifically covers this issue. The TSB outlines an update to the OCS Electronic Control Module that is located in the seat cushion....
Keep needing new headlight bulbs, why is this happening?
Answered by Michael
Hello, replacing bulbs frequently can be bothersome. A couple of reasons come to mind. If you are using the cheapest bulbs possible, the cheap filaments may just be failing. Trying a good quality bulb may be a good start. You...
Air Conditioning is not doing very much at all
Answered by Michael
Hello! While not having A/C can be uncomfortable, the problem is repairable. If the system is out of refrigerant, there is a leak present. With any luck, the last technician that replaced your compressor added A/C dye to the system...
Exhaust fumes leaking into the car
Answered by Tom
This concern could be caused by a cracked exhaust manifold. Is the Check Engine light on? If so, a certified, local mechanic, like one with YourMechanic, could diagnose the problem (https://www.yourmechanic.com/book/?mktg_jid=321) with a scan tool. Due to the poisonous nature...

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