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Gary at YourMechanic

Gary

Ratings
(225 Reviews)
Experience
27 years

SERVICE

50 Point Inspection

AMOUNT PAID

$75.00
by Bill from Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

This is the third time I have asked Gary out to help with one of my vehicles. He is not only a great mechanic but a genuinely good person. Honesty is something a little scarce these days. Most people just want someone they can trust to tell it like it is and know they aren't being fed a line of BS. Gary left the mainstream shops because of the unscrupulous things being done to unsuspecting clients. If you want the straight story ask for Gary. He won't let you down.

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Answers to common Plymouth questions

Reverse not working , though other gears still do.
Answered by Andrew
Assuming your vehicle has a manual transmission, it is possible that your shift cable bushings could be severely worn causing the reverse gear not to engage as this is a common problem on Dodge vehicles. If the shift cable bushings...
Car stalling every few days and needs jump. Brand new battery and EGR valve.
Answered by Michael
Hello, being that the power door locks are controlled by the body control module, a scanner needs to be connected to see if there are any codes present. Also, with a scanner connected, there might be inputs that can be...
I'm having starting problems with my vehicle.
Answered by Jay
Hi there. First off your engine needs three things in order to start. Your engine needs compression, fuel and ignition. The most common problem other owners with similar vehicles to you have is a fuel pump and filter in the...
Car needs new battery or alternator.
Answered by Andrew
A technician, such as one from YourMechanic can come out a test the battery and determine if the alternator (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/alternator-replacement) is running correctly. They can perform a load test on the battery (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/battery-is-dead-inspection) and test all your fuses and pull...

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