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Casey at YourMechanic

Casey

Ratings
(151 Reviews)
Experience
22 years

SERVICE

Inspection / Diagnostics
thermostat gasket

AMOUNT PAID

$84.00
by cheryl from Redmond, WA 98052

Casey was a life saver ...he was polite , professioal and very informative... i was quoted by several garage mechanics between 300$- 500$ plus a 140$ and up tow charge... Casey inspected my car and was very honest about my repairs...after the initial inspection charge of 70 $ which was applied to my repair Casey had me back on the road for a mere 84$ total... Yourmechanic.com is now my mechanic for future repairs....Thank You Casey my new mechanic

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Answers to common Plymouth questions

I'm having starting problems with my vehicle.
Answered by Jay
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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...

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