Yes, as a mechanic at a Dodge dealer I have replaced a few of them.Yes, as a mechanic at a Dodge dealer I have replaced a few of them.
You can go to your local auto mechanic to have your brakes replaced. You need the to give you a quote and their expertise will make for the best repairs.
Find another mechanic.
ask a mechanic
Brakes can be replaced at almost any maintenance center car shop or place with a certified mechanic. You can even do it yourself if desired, and you have the tools.
There are a number of companies you can contact to get your windshield replaced. You can either call a glass professional to come to your home or office, or you can get a mechanic to do the job at a garage.
Some new alternators will not charge unless the battery has a full charge already.
no it could keep your electric fans from coming on if your mechanic broke it you should have your mechanic replace it
its happened to me.....my mechanic says it was the ignition switch of my car....had it replaced for $300
have a qualified mechanic work on it.
It could be an alternator. Check with a mechanic if that is the issue.
I'm not much of a mechanic but, it may be too loose.
After having it checked by a competent, reliable mechanic. A rather endangered species these days.
I have a 99 Windstar and when my mechanic replaced the alternator the battery light would not go out he took back about 2 alternators, stating that the alternator was not good, because the battery light stayed on. Finally, he had the last one he put in tested and it was fine, but the battery light still came on. He called a Ford mechanic and they said you have to use a ford alternator, because the computer can not recognize other brands of alternators. Once he did the light went out. He said occasionally it will recognize an off brand, but when it doesn't the battery light stays on and it can cause problems with the computer, and I believe he said the cyliniod could burn out. He just bought a re-built alternator from the ford dealer for about $199.00
Plug them in! your mechanic has left a block/spade connector off.
White exhaust usually means that there is water in the combustion chamber and there is a crack somewhere. Pull out the dipstick and see if the oil is a milky white. If it is then you have either a cracked head or a cracked block. Heads cam be replaced somewhat affordable by a reputable mechanic, cracked block the engine is toast needs to be replaced.
This would be located right behind the ignition. If you need this replaced, it is best to go to a mechanic.
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No. They tell you this so that you'll use a dealership and get charged out the butt for it.
You have a major suspension issue. You need to have it looked at by a mechanic.
When a console light flashes on a Mitsubishi?æand the light continues to flash that may mean a sensor needs to be replaced. A certified mechanic can have it replaced.
My car went in for a service and the mechanic has lost my wheel nut to my peogot 206It is up to the mechanic to replace it. He is responsible, not you. Take the car back and insist that it be replaced.
Typically, a heater failure in any car is the result of a bad thermostat. This is usually easily replaced (check a Chilton's manual for your model vehicle before you pay to take it to a mechanic). If the thermostat has been replaced and the problem persists, it could be a blocked heater core, which will require the assistance of a mechanic.
Alternators have two parts, one is the armature that generates electricity and the other is a voltage regulator. In most cars the typical output for an alternator is 13.2 to 14.4 volts. If their is more or less than this being produced, the voltage regulator may be faulty or the bushes may be worn. another issue that some alternators have is the failure of the bearings inside the alternator leading to noisy running or the bearings inside the freewheeling pulley fitted to more and more modern alternators. these can often be replaced independently.
get a discount on what it really needs.