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Honorio at YourMechanic


(828 Reviews)
18 years
by sonja from Menlo Park, CA 94025

Being a 1st timer with this business, I couldn't have asked for anything else but Mr. De Jesus's overall performance. On time, listened, remarked professionally, interacted, executed and fixed. Then the bill which everywhere else is a scarey mystery was exactly what I was quoted. See nothing could have been better!!! THANK YOU, I will be calling again. SW

Whitney at YourMechanic


(783 Reviews)
38 years


washer fluid reservoir


by James from Menlo Park, CA 94025

After removing the fluid reservoir, Whitney realized that the issue was not a leak but instead a separated hose. He not only fixed the separation (and zip-tied it to ensure a tighter fit) and did a 50-points inspection, he also: - helped repair cosmetic issues with the fender that could have led to performance/engine issues later on - filled the tires to ensure better gas mileage (something JiffyLube missed during my recent oil change) - de-grimed the headlights with a lens restorer And he did all this with me looking on, asking questions about how various parts of the car worked and why he was doing what he was doing. Whitney was cheerful, courteous, and patient.

John at YourMechanic


(362 Reviews)
35 years


by Steven from Menlo Park, CA 94025

Much better experience than I hoped for... diagnosed and fixed the problem much faster than anticipated and a quality mechanic, quality price. Will definitely book again!

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