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2 Best Mobile Suzuki Auto Repair Mechanics in Virginia Beach, VA

Nathaniel

Ratings
(172 Reviews)
Experience
9 years

SERVICE

Headlight Lens Assembly

AMOUNT PAID

$94.98
by Elaine from Virginia Beach, VA 23464

Extremely professional, Nathaniel Cobb came out, had a cancellation and we accepted an earlier appointment just really outstanding service, He change headlights Lens Assembly in both our vehicles we would difantly refer Nathaniel to friends and family , thank Nat for you outstanding service.

Ratings
(155 Reviews)
Experience
13 years

AMOUNT PAID

$70.00
by Matthew from Virginia Beach, VA 23455

Overall a good experience, turns out our brakes were not bad...I sure do wish the squeeking would stop though. It is a great mystery. Melvin was courteous, didn't try to upsell or sell me on something we didn't need. Will use him again.

SERVICE

Brake Pads

AMOUNT PAID

$138.20
by Matthew from Virginia Beach, VA 23455

Great service. Very pleased with his work and attention to detail.

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Virginia Beach Suzuki Service Rating

Average Rating

5/5

Number of Reviews

3

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Virginia Beach Suzuki Auto Repair

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7 AM - 9 PM

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1 (855) 347-2779

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Answers to common Suzuki questions

Car leaking antifreeze and overheating
Answered by Mia
If the vehicle isn't overheating you probably just have a coolant leak somewhere. If left unattended however, your vehicle could run out of coolant and subsequently overheat. Overheating can lead to extensive engine damage, so I recommend addressing this issue...
The belt came off the pulleys
Answered by Tyler
One of the first things that should be checked when dealing with a serpentine belt that has come off would be to check that all of the pulleys that are used for power steering, water pump, idler pulleys, alternator, crankshaft,...
New refrigerant only temporarily fixes air conditioning
Answered by Paul
Based upon your description, it appears you have a refrigerant leak. If you have inserted refrigerant that has 'UV Dye' included, detecting the leak is helpful with a 'UV light'. There are four major components linked together with hoses and...
After filling my car up with gas, it has a labored start
Answered by Eduardo
I would first retrieve the trouble codes, to see if that can shed some light on what the issue may be. If this problem occurred only after you filled up, then it may possibly be a problem with the type...

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