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Tien at YourMechanic

Tien

Ratings
(903 Reviews)
Experience
23 years

SERVICE

Oil Change

AMOUNT PAID

$139.43
by Eric from San Leandro, CA 94577

Excellent service and went out of his way to ensure things were all good.

AMOUNT PAID

$495.57
by Bryan from San Leandro, CA 94578

Great work as always.

Jason at YourMechanic

Jason

Ratings
(428 Reviews)
Experience
17 years

SERVICE

Engine Mount

AMOUNT PAID

$189.00
by Erica from San Leandro, CA 94578

Jason was amazing and was able to correctly diagnose my car problems (which multiple other mechanics could not do)! He is timely and professional, and took his time to fix all the car's problems.

Steve at YourMechanic

Steve

Ratings
(149 Reviews)
Experience
37 years

AMOUNT PAID

$244.85
by Steven from San Leandro, CA 94579

Steve was great. He interviewed me first, we discussed the problem. he had the parts and supplies for the job (didn't have to run to the parts store for fluids, etc). He got right on the job. He completed the job way sooner than the estimated time. All was well. Steve was friendly, professional and knowledgeable. I will definitely request him again.

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San Leandro Mazda Service Rating

Average Rating

5/5

Number of Reviews

4

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Answers to common Mazda questions

There’s a big lag with the throttle
Answered by Michael
Hello, being a drivability issue it will require some diagnosis with a technician. If you can demonstrate it to the technician it would aid in diagnosis. It sounds like you might have low fluid level based on how you say...
Random exploding sunroof is unsafe
Answered by Michael
Hello, A moonroof (commonly confused with sunroof) is a retractable glass pane rather than a retractable piece of metal (sunroof). Since the glass broke it would be difficult to determine if there was an impact that would have caused it...
I don’t know how often I should be replacing brakes
Answered by Michael
Hello, if the brakes were used to the point to where they started grinding before you took it in for repair, the backing plate might have made contact with the rotors, damaging the surface leading to replacement. Brake rotors also...
Windshield cracked while parked indoors
Answered by Michael
Hello. While having a cracked windshield is bothersome, the only time a manufacturer will cover a piece of glass is if it has a stress crack, with no signs of a stone chip or signs of impact. If you don’t...

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