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Tam at YourMechanic

Tam

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(251 Reviews)
Experience
20 years

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$112.00
by Peter from San Bruno, CA 94066

Had a very positive experience with my prepurchase inspection with Tam. I located a vehicle in a different city. Tam went and check it out to give me a thumps or thumbs down on it. He supplied me with a list of things I would need to fix if I purchased the vehicle and was very prompt and professional replying to text. Tam very helpful. Thanks!

Adam at YourMechanic

Adam

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(48 Reviews)
Experience
15 years

SERVICE

Alternator

AMOUNT PAID

$316.49
by Craig from San Bruno, CA 94066

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5/5

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Answers to common GMC questions

Bad lighting coming from the low beams
Answered by Jay
Your Body Control Module (BCM) controls the headlights on your truck. According to GMC your headlights meet all safety standards; however they have a technical service bulletin (TSB) that may pertain to your situation. The TSB number PIT5374 dated February...
Stablity control warning light on constantly
Answered by Derek
I agree that technology breeds a love and hate relationship, my advice is to concentrate on the loving and leave the hate behind. The issue with your vehicle may be a somewhat straightforward repair. GMC is aware of a corrosion...
Check Engine light repeatedly lights up no matter what
Answered by Jay
There is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) campaign 14515b that is calling for the chassis control module. The module has a problem that it has corrosion internally causing random check engine lights and possible engine stall or fail to start....
If the air is too cold, motor knocks on startup
Answered by Derek
As strange as it may sound, the oil filter that was used during one of your oil changes may be the root cause. GMC Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) 10-06-01-003C has detailed technical information showing that some non ACDelco oil filters...

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