The Best Mobile Mitsubishi Mechanics in Pleasanton, CA

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2 Best Mobile Mitsubishi Mechanics in Pleasanton, CA

(119 Reviews)
14 years


by Enele from Antioch, CA 94509

Peter was very courteous, knowledgeable,informative and professional !Great work and definitely will use and recommend “Your mechanic” to friends and family !


(94 Reviews)
11 years


by Ivonne from Pleasanton, CA 94588

I am exceptionally pleased with Muneerah's work and professionalism. She arrived 10 min early. She came across as friendly and courteous. She got right down to work and was very thorough. I'll definitely be calling on her for any future needs I have with my car. And I will be recommending her to everyone I know. Thank you for having such a wonderful asset on your team.

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Pleasanton Mitsubishi Auto Repair

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7 AM - 9 PM

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Answers to common Mitsubishi questions

Vehicle overheating.
Answered by Jay
Hi there. This is a common problem. It is likely that a cooling system thermostat got stuck closed causing low flow through the cooling system and requires that it get replaced. It is also possible that there is a radiator...
I have to tap the gas pedal to get my car started.
Answered by Andrew
This could possibly be an issue with your Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor or MAP sensor. This sensor monitors the pressure inside the engines intake manifold. This pressure changes when the throttle is depressed. Perhaps the sensor is only reading a...
Car only starts when I pump the gas pedal.
Answered by Rocco
From this description it seems that there could be separate issues happening to your Mitsubishi Eclipse. The three most common reasons I see for a car unable to start without pushing the gas pedal include; the throttle body gasket may...
Engine shaking and knocking after spark plug replacement.
Answered by Andrew
This sounds to me like the cylinder head has been severely damaged. If the burn of the coil and spark plug started on the plug end this would mean that combustion chamber temperatures from inside the engine were allowed past...

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