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Matt at YourMechanic

Matt

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(130 Reviews)
Experience
13 years

AMOUNT PAID

$80.00
by Jamaica from Spanaway, WA 98387

Matt was not only on time but early, friendly, and knowledgeable of my car and the possible issues of what could have caused my car to sputter during acceleration. He asked clear questions, listened carefully and discovered the problem. I am grateful. My car drives just fine again.

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AMOUNT PAID

$292.96
by Marisa from Spanaway, WA 98387

I greatly appreciate that he tried alternatives before replacing parts and also that he traveled so far to help!

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5/5

Number of Reviews

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Answers to common Nissan questions

Paint in a really bad state, can it be fixed?
Answered by Michael
The reason paint on new cars chips more easily today than it did in the past is because the paint is more environmentally friendly. Traditionally, the majority of car paints were lead-based, but today paints are water-based, which increases the...
Windshield cracked randomly, is it safe to drive?
Answered by Derek
The windshield issue in your car is common enough for many owners to make the same comment. While Nissan does not currently offer any bulletins or recalls about the issue, nor is there any known cause, it is recommended to...
Too many vibrations when i’m driving on the road
Answered by Michael
Since you've noticed there have been vibrations with the continuously variable transmission (CVT) since you got it serviced, were there any other services performed at that time such as new tire installation or wheel rotation/balancing? If the wheels were balanced,...
Lots of rust on a newish car, what happened?
Answered by Derek
Unfortunately, there is no stop to rust. It happens to all cars that are regularly exposed to the elements, but some parts of the country are worse than others. But don’t worry, Nissan is aware of the issue and has...

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