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Justin at YourMechanic


(70 Reviews)
18 years


Oxygen Sensor


by Mr. from Schertz, TX 78154

Justin did a fine job. He worked quickly and. I was pleased. This is the 4th time I have used your service and cost and time have alwaus been saved. Thanx.

Charles at YourMechanic


(22 Reviews)
25 years


rear latch handle


by Brian from Schertz, TX 78154

Charles arrived on time and got right to work on replacing the broken lift gate handle on my 2006 Toyota Sequoia. It was cold that day and not an easy job to get the lift gate open, but he was successful in replacing the handle, getting everything back together and now it works great. I was very pleased with the professional level of service.

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Surge of acceleration when brake pressed
Answered by Christopher
There is currently no approved safety recalls or Technical Service Bulletins (TSB) for the 2012 RAV4 that address this issue. In the past, there have been 2 recalls, NHTSA Campaign #11V113000 and NHTSA Campaign #10V017000, but these have not been...
Lost power steering on the road, what happened?
Answered by Jay
If this was my car I would not drive it till it was fixed and would not recommend you do either. I checked into this problem and there are other owners with same or very similar complaints as you. There...
Hard shifting, worse with lower gears
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Front rotors are wearing way too fast
Answered by Tom
Brake performance and wear reduction are two very popular modification questions for most vehicles. There are many options available that can extend the life of the rotors and/or pads. Look for rotors that are drilled and/or slotted. These types of...

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