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3 Best Mobile Pontiac Auto Repair Mechanics in San Marcos, TX

(1282 Reviews)
33 years


by Aaron from San Marcos, TX 78666

This was a third appointment with Patrick ... an inspection for my wife's car. Very worthwhile! Patrick great, as usual.

(197 Reviews)
10 years


by Todd from Austin, TX 78748

Brett really knows his stuff. He is also friendly and good hearted. He saved me from doing an expensive repair. He gave me good advice about maintenance and upcoming needs. I am definitely going to use Brett again for my car and my wife's car. Thanks, Brett


by Mario from Austin, TX 78704

Really good

(163 Reviews)
8 years


by Todd from Austin, TX 78748

Fixed the CV axle on time good communication no trouble.


by James from Austin, TX 78705

Edgar did a good job on my car. Very friendly and professional.

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Answers to common Pontiac questions

Turn signal lights not working.
Answered by Mia
I believe there was a recall done on the turn signals for your vehicle. You may check with your local dealership and see if this applies to your vehicle. If not, these are cars are known for having faulty turn...
Connector that links shift lever to transmission disconnecting
Answered by Robert
Hello. If the shifter cable is popping off of the transmission selector sensor, then either the end of the cable is worn out or the selector is bad. Most of the time the cable end is where the problem is...
Passenger's side low beams not working.
Answered by Robert
Hi there. I have worked on a lot of G6's that have these problems. The headlamp issue is typically always the connection on the light. The terminals become loose or even melt and cause this. This connection needs to be...
Car dies if I let off gas pedal
Answered by Robert
This is a common problem that I run across frequently on this engine. The most common cause of this is a bad intake manifold gasket. When this occurs it create a large vacuum leak that makes it hard for the...

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