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I wanted to know if I have my car diagnosed will that go towards the repair fee.
When you get an inspecton of any kind with YourMechanic, the inspection fee will always be applied to the follow up repair. If the follow up repair is not scheduled, the only thing that will be charged is the inspection fee. If the follow up repair is scheduled, the inspection fee will be applied as an adjustment and will be shown on the invoice as such.
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