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Andrew at YourMechanic


(169 Reviews)
23 years


by William from Plano, TX 75025

Andrew was awesome!!! Very friendly and easy to talk to. He explained everything he was going to do, and each time I came out, he told me where he was, what he had completed, and what was left. Very knowledgeable. EXCELLENT MECHANIC!! I will definitely recommend Andrew to any and everyone. Thank you Andrew for a job well done. Very professional. Exceeded all aspects of I expected.

Travis at YourMechanic


(165 Reviews)
15 years


by Andrew from Plano, TX 75075

Thanks for repairing my car while I was at work! Travis took care of the problem and gave helpful suggestions for prioritizing future issues.


by Andrew from Plano, TX 75075

Travis did a great job and my car is running smooth now. He offered helpful explanations for what he did and the difference it should make.

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Answers to common Pontiac questions

Oil leaking from my car.
Answered by Evan
I would suggest you get some help from a mechanic to inspect your motor oil (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/oil-level-is-low-inspection).
Possible fuel injector problem that I need fixed.
Answered by Andrew
Clogged fuel injectors are a possible cause of this condition along with a clogged fuel filter and weak or inoperative fuel pump. My first suggestion would be to have a professional do an inspection (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/car-starts-and-then-dies-inspection). If fuel pressure is low...
I have an engine code P0336.
Answered by Rocco
Having the engine code for your Pontiac is a great place to start with diagnosing your vehicle! Now the OBD code P0336 is a crankshaft position sensor range/performance code. If you have this code reading, than you are likely experiencing...
Pulleys not aligned correctly.
Answered by Jay
Hi, The lower pulley is what is called a crankshaft damper pulley. The pulley is made in two parts. The inner part is mounted solid to the center hub and the outer pulley is mounted with rubber to isolate the...

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