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James at YourMechanic


(233 Reviews)
10 years


by Susan from San Anselmo, CA 94960

James was fantastic! He called the day before my appointment to touch base and go over the history of the problem with my car. It had been misfiring and now would not start at all. I previously had my regular mechanic look at the car but he was unable to figure it out. James arrived on time the next morning and quickly discovered the problem - a loose connector to the coil pack. He snapped it into place and the car started right up. It has been running great with no misfiring ever since. James was very knowledgeable, professional, and honest. I will definitely refer James and YourMechanic to my friends and family!


by Susan from San Anselmo, CA 94960

James has worked on my car three times now and I am so impressed that I would never use any other mechanic!

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Answers to common Volkswagen questions

Why does my motor go from running to just dead?
Answered by Jay
There are no recalls or technical service bulletins (TSB) for the stalling while driving complaint, however there have been other owners who've had similar drivability issues. The fuel pump relay may have an intermittent open circuit, causing you to lose...
Tires that came from the factory are not good at all
Answered by Jay
The tires which came with your vehicle should not have had problems with sidewalls cracking or blowing out. I would recommend having the tires checked by the manufacturer for issues or defects which may be covered. To find replacement tires,...
Suspension up front makes a ton of noise, creaks
Answered by Jay
The front suspension has many moving parts which could cause the noise you describe. The most likely cause is the sway bar links binding. They can be inspected by turning the suspension steering and bouncing the car up and down,...
Sagging headliner coming off the ceiling, looks awful
Answered by Jay
The headliner is a piece of material with a foam backing which is glued to the roof of the interior. The glue used by Volkswagen to adhere the headliner does not hold up very well, causing the material and foam...

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