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Charles at YourMechanic


(342 Reviews)
36 years




by Adam from Round Rock, TX 78681

Charles was right on time. Super professional, and did everything in a timely manner. He recommended other things that needed to be done, but wasn’t pushy just wanted me to be aware of the issues.. Great service. Will use him again in the future..

David at YourMechanic


(103 Reviews)
16 years


by Rafal from Round Rock, TX 78664

YourMechanic is just that, your personal mechanic, so if you want to have your car repaired on your time, this service is great. My web appointment was easily done, the service kept in contact before the repair and after, the price was much lower than a repair shop and the repair was performed to my satisfaction. What more could you ask for?

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Answers to common Subaru questions

Lots of noise on startup, car isn’t a morning person
Answered by Tom
Hello! Thank you for writing in with this question. Due to the design and characteristics of the “boxer” style engine, this cold-start noise is considered “normal” by Subaru corporate. It may be a good idea to have a professional at...
If I take my foot up off the as it might shoot forward
Answered by Tom
Hello! Thank you for writing in with this question and concern. A surge like this could be caused by any number of electrical sensors (intake temperature sensor, throttle position sensor, etc.). It could also be caused by a mechanical malfunction...
Head gaskets failed how likely is it to happen again?
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Hello! Thank you for writing in with this question. The design of the “boxer” engine makes for a high probability of head gasket problems. Coolant and oil drainage isn’t like typical “V” or inline style engines, so coolant and oil...
Driver seat broke and basically collapsed
Answered by Tom Rendahl
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