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Jerome at YourMechanic


(414 Reviews)
23 years


by Brian from Parkville, MD 21234

This guy worked on my car outdoors on a cold day in a drizzle of ice and snow. He said he wanted to finish my car that day because he didn't want to inconvenience other customers by shuffling his schedule around. He's a real trooper who believes that his work and his customers are important to him.


by Brian from Parkville, MD 21234

Prompt; Took the time to explain everything carefully; Really made me feel like my repair meant something to him and wasn't a "rush job". Very personable.

Berchel at YourMechanic


(101 Reviews)
17 years


by Brian from Parkville, MD 21234

Arrived 1/2 hour early, then thoughtfully waited outside so he wouldn't "bother anyone". I went out to meet him and he went straight to work. Major kudos for taking the time to clearly explain everything about the repair and what my next steps should be. Great guy!

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Answers to common Scion questions

Car broke down. Replaced belt and alternator, still doesn't start.
Answered by Rocco
It is always a concerning situation to have your car break down, it is even worse when that happens on the freeway! Luckily, getting your car inspected by a certified mechanic can bring some needed relief with such a situation....
Low idle in car
Answered by Robert
Hello. Your car can idle low from a number of reasons. If the check engine light is not on then it may be something simple. I would start by checking the air filter and replacing it if it is dirty....
Car not accelerating when first started
Answered by Ferdinand
Hi there. When you let your car sit for a long period of time the gasoline tends to lose its combustibility. Along with sediment settling in your tank this will cause your vehicle to not perform properly. Also a malfunction...
Wheel shaking
Answered by Andrew
Hi there. It sounds like your tire may be what's called "cupping". That's when cup like patterns are worn into the tire causing it to vibrate and shake the car. I would inspect the tire for cupping and if they...

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