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Josh at YourMechanic


(23 Reviews)
16 years


Brake Pads


by Paula from Pitts, PA 15213

Josh was timely, professional and experienced, extremely happy with service

Joe at YourMechanic


(21 Reviews)
15 years
by William from Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Outstanding customer service. I just moved to Pittsburgh and did not know who to take my car to and asked several colleagues who did not have any strong recommendations for me. Thought I would try this app and am very happy I gave it a chance. I thought I needed my front struts replaced which was going to cost me several hundred dollars. Joe did a complete inspection and the car just needed some lubrication. Joe was completely honest and lubricated the rubber bushings, saving me several hundred dollars. He could have easily replaced the mount and struts without me knowing the difference but was completely honest with me. Thoroughly satisfied with his service. Will definitely continue to use him and highly recommend him.

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Answers to common Lincoln questions

Car making noise like something is loose.
Answered by Andrew
I would have a technician inspect the car for the noise (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/car-is-making-a-noise-inspection). If something is loose it could be dangerous to drive.
Car remote malfunctioning.
Answered by Michael
Hi there! Keyless entry systems are wonderful when they work properly, and very frustrating when they malfunction. If your Keypad were still functioning, we would look to your keyfob as a likely suspect. However, seeing as how the Keypad is...
Play in the steering while driving.
Answered by Andrew
If you feel play in your steering wheel this may be caused by a faulty intermediate shaft, loose tie rod ends/ball joints, or a faulty rack and pinion assembly. A good steering system inspection by a professional would be my...
Car clicks upon startup, won't start.
Answered by Andrew
You should have the battery load tested. It may not have enough power to turn the starter. If the battery is found to be good you should test the starter and make sure you're getting power to the coil when...

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