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Chris at YourMechanic

Chris

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(82 Reviews)
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9 years

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$254.17
by Elijah from South Plainfield, NJ 07080

We orginally chose Your Mechanic because of the convenience of someone coming to us, but after our experience with the mechanic Chris, it is now because of gained Convenience, Trust and Price. He was extremely helpful, pleasant and checked things before I even was going to ask him too. Definitely an all 5 stars for making today a better day! Thank you!

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Answers to common Toyota questions in in South Plainfield

engine has been overheating.
Answered by Kevin
If you suspect a head gasket leak, the only way to confirm that is an on-site diagnostic. If you want to rule the head(s) in or out as the site of a cooling system leak, the recommended service is an...
Upper radiator hose keeps building up a lot of pressure and popping off. Car loses coolant and over heats.
Answered by Jessica
Hello, thank you for writing in. The radiator hoses can pop off for several reasons. Typically it is because the hose or the plastic neck that connects it to the radiator/component has failed. You will want to inspect both sides...
Car stutters on initial startup when cold 2001 Toyota Camry
Answered by David
Hello - a "hard start when cold, or left overnight" is usually a fuel mixture problem during cold start. The coolant and air temperature sensors cause problems when they do not accurately measure coolant and air temperatures, report bad temperature...
overheating due to coolant loss with no leaking
Answered by Tim
Hi there. Completing a compression or pressure test might help diagnose the source of your problem, but I would suspect if you're not finding a leak, that the issue is a blown head gasket. Two ways of determining if this...

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