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Joseph at YourMechanic


(540 Reviews)
33 years


Strut Assembly


by Tim from Garland, TX 75041

Joseph Lee...AKA Lee is great. Very thorough and a dedicated member of the YourMechanic team. Saved real money and got great service. I will definitely refer him to my friends and colleagues and I will be requesting his service in the future.


by Aleshia from Dallas, TX 75234

Absolutely AWESOME!! I had an issue with another mechanic who failed to complete the work I paid for. Joseph showed up and quickly diagnosed what the other mechanic failed to do. Plus, he completed the work in less than an hour! He had great customer service too. I would recommend Joseph and definitely will use him again!

Alex at YourMechanic


(434 Reviews)
16 years




by Meghin from Garland, TX 75044

Alex was very nice, and professional. He completed the work as quickly as he could, and kept me informed about what had gone wrong with my battery. The only negative that I have it that he was 3 hours late to my appointment. Other than that I would definitely use him again, and maybe try to book him at the beginning of his day instead. I have already recommended him to coworkers!


Air Spring Bag


by peter from Richardson, TX 75082

Overall a great experience. My original scheduled appointment had apparently been overbooked in Alex’s schedule through the your mechanic system. He had to reschedule me for the next day, but gave me a discount for the inconvenience. When Alex arrived, he was friendly& informative. I was having the rear suspension airbags replaced (I had purchased the parts myself, as I found the parts I wanted at a better price online). Alex was able to quickly replace the airbags, but ran into a little trouble when trying to inflate them. Apparently the compressor that controls them will shut itself off if it senses too much of a leak (to keep it from burning out the motor). The compressor needs to be reset. It took several attempts with different reset procedures, but Alex kept me up to date along the way, and eventually got it working. The total time for the service was about 2 1/2hrs, but at least half of that was troubleshooting the compressor. The physical replacement of the suspension airbags is pretty straight forward, and I had considered doing the job myself, but had I done that, I would have been lost on the compressor reset, and would have likely wasted lots of extra time & money to get that issue fixed. Even without that added trouble, the cost of the service was well worth it to save me the time & trouble underneath the vehicle in the cold weather we’ve had lately.

Jacob at YourMechanic


(329 Reviews)
12 years


by Kristina from Rockwall, TX 75032

Wonderful service and very knowledgeable. I would recommend him to anyone.

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Key does not turn and steering wheel locked.
Answered by Evan
The first thing I would recommend is to try turning the wheel and the key at the same time. Sometimes it is possible for the steering lock to bind the ignition cylinder. Turning the wheel away from the lock can...
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Power steering fluid leaking
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The idle air control valve on your car may be defective, causing the high idle. A couple of checks would need to be done to determine if this is the case. Your engine needs to be checked for any vacuum...

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