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Chris at YourMechanic

Chris

Ratings
(112 Reviews)
Experience
15 years

AMOUNT PAID

$119.07
by Jeff from New Port Richey, FL 34655

Chris arrived when he said he would, we were notified along the way. He completed the repairs (replacing broken outside door handle) in a timely manner and did a thorough inspection of our car. Overall we were pleased both with Chris and the overall experience with Your Mechanic. Cost of the repair was less than half of price quoted by dealer and our usual repair shop;

Michael at YourMechanic

Michael

Ratings
(77 Reviews)
Experience
22 years

SERVICE

Starter

AMOUNT PAID

$334.48
by Donna from New Port Richey, FL 34652

Michael came ahead of scheduled time and finished quickly. He installed the starter and cleaned up everything when he was finished. Would definitely recommend him to friends.

SERVICE

Fuel Pump

AMOUNT PAID

$419.10
by Dylan from New Port Richey, FL 34652

Great and easy communication and quick on the fix Felt like I can trust him (:!

Mathew at YourMechanic

Mathew

Ratings
(66 Reviews)
Experience
17 years

SERVICE

Alternator Belt

AMOUNT PAID

$175.83
by Austin from New Port Richey, FL 34653

Very informative and honest.

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New Port Richey Kia Service Rating

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5/5

Number of Reviews

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Answers to common Kia questions

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...
New car that is always lighting up ‘check engine’
Answered by Michael
Hello, thanks for writing in about this issue. No, your car is not a lemon! The Check Engine Light (CEL) is trigged by the engine control unit when it detects a fault with any engine sensor or a calculated engine...
Car stalls out if I fill the tank all the way
Answered by Tom
Does the Check Engine light illuminate when the car stalls? If so, a mechanic will be able to trace the issue with a scan tool. That said, this concern is likely related to the On-board Refueling Vapor Recovery (ORVR) valve...
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...

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