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Omar

10 years of experience
279 reviews
Omar
10 years of experience
job well done nice guy new his job
Phenomenal person & excellent mechanic very professional honest hard working family man very hard to find. Thank you again Omar for your service.

Peter

41 years of experience
1251 reviews
Peter
41 years of experience
We are so thrilled to have found Peter as our new mechanic. He is very thorough and knowledgeable. He is also friendly, professional, and extremely honest. He explained to us exactly what services were needed on our vehicle to repair the air conditioner and provided us with an written estimate of the cost. He literally saved us thousands of dollars in repair costs. A local major competitor quoted us a repair cost of a minimum of $1,400 and said that the cost would go up to $2,400 if they discovered an additional part was required. Peter charged us only $202, plus performed the work at our home. The air conditioner in our 2004 Mazda Miata has honestly never worked so great--it always blew out warm air. We just assumed it was how that particular car was manufactured. We would highly recommend Peter to anyone who is in need of an experienced and honest mechanic.
He knows what he's doing. Very polite and explained everything. I would no doubt use him again. I highly recommend him.

Ben

39 years of experience
1132 reviews
Ben
39 years of experience
i am well satisfied with Mr Smith working on my car(s). He replaced the Jaguar fuel pump like an expert, and then he diagnosed the VW bug ac compressor and fixed it on the spot. I would recommend him to anyone with a car issue
Ben was a true professional

Matthew

10 years of experience
183 reviews
Matthew
10 years of experience
Matt was courteous and on time. Unfortunately he was not able to repair or alleviate my problem. I would use Matt again.
Matthew was very experienceed I feel He found the problem almost right away.

David

35 years of experience
39 reviews
David
35 years of experience
Competent, very nice

Tomas

11 years of experience
226 reviews
Tomas
11 years of experience
Problem was diagnosed quickly and explained fully.

Noe

34 years of experience
604 reviews
Noe
34 years of experience
Noe came after my work day, which was nice, as it didn't interrupt my day at all. I could still do chores around my house while getting my car taken care of. He was clear and helpful in describing to me what was wrong with my car and how to fix it.

Joel

19 years of experience
748 reviews
Joel
19 years of experience
Joel was on time. Diagnosed problem rather quickly and ordered parts for repair.

Michael

9 years of experience
98 reviews
Michael
9 years of experience
My appointment was originally supposed to be at the end of June (3 week wait), Michael reached out to me and was able to cut that time by 2 weeks. In addition, he was prompt with his arrival. He was done within an hour and some change. Great guy. Will be go-to Mechanic.

Jeff

31 years of experience
441 reviews
Jeff
31 years of experience
Jeff was excellent. He arrived precisely on time, had all the necessary tools with him, and was courteous and professional throughout our interaction. He was happy to explain what he was doing and why, and didn't mind my watching and asking questions. Most importantly, Jeff was honest. He was forthright in telling me what he could do (which is quite a lot) as well as what was beyond his scope of practice. This included suggesting I go to an outside facility for the work that was still needed (instead of trying to do it himself or refer internally). He never tried to up-sell me on any parts or services, and when he finished the job earlier than estimated, he even voluntarily adjusted the labor cost to reflect the decreased work time. Jeff is about as great as they come, a true asset to your organization. I would most definitely call on him again, and would have no qualms referring him to friends and family.

Air is not coming out of vents Inspection Service

A vehicle’s ventilation system is responsible for pushing air into the cabin of the car. In most cars, the vents can pipe in neutral air, heated air, or air-conditioned air. Controls on the center console allow the driver and their passengers to control the type and flow of air, along with its direction. If these vents stop working, your car will begin to feel stuffy due to the lack of circulation, and you’ll have to rely on the windows to control the temperature inside the car.

Common reasons for this to happen:

  • Blown fuse: Like many electrical units in your car, the ventilation system relies on a fuse for overcurrent protection. If the ventilation system’s fuse blows, then the circuit will stop working, and there will be no power for the vents.

  • Bad relay: A bad relay can also be responsible. A relay is a small current that controls a larger current. In this case, the relay takes a small electrical current and uses it to control the larger current that the ventilation system requires. When the relay stops working, the vents no longer receive the power they need to operate.

  • Nonfunctioning or damaged blower motor: A blower motor is the motor that sends the air through the vents in your car. It is very similar to the motor that you’ll find on a leaf blower or a home fan. Blower motors can die or be damaged, which will slow or stop the power of your ventilation system.

  • Blower resistor malfunction: The blower motor depends on resistors to control the speed at which air flows through your vehicle’s vents. A resistor essentially limits the output of the blower motor so that you only get as much air as you asked for.

  • Clogged air intake: It’s also possible for an air intake to get clogged. Your car has two kinds of air intakes: fresh (air from outside of the vehicle) and recirculated (air from inside the vehicle). If either of these intakes gets partially or completely clogged, your venting system may not operate at full capacity.

  • Broken hose: There are numerous hoses required to make a ventilation system work. Any leaks, clogs, or insecure attachments among these hoses can alter the ability of your vents to function properly.

What to expect:

A top-rated mobile mechanic will come to your home or office to inspect your ventilation system. Often they will check the fuse and relay first, and then attempt to run the fan to see what is and is not working, before exploring the system in more depth.

After the inspection, the mechanic will provide a detailed report that describes the source and cause of the issue, along with the scope and cost of the necessary repairs.

How important is this service?

You’re unlikely to do further damage to your vehicle by driving it when the vents aren’t working. The ventilation system is primarily for driver and passenger comfort, but it remains an important system within the vehicle, so issues with it warrant an inspection.

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