VM Mobile Mechanic Las Vegas Auto Mechanic in Las Vegas NV

VM Mobile Mechanic Las Vegas

5835 Doe Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(72-5) -333- or send email
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Our automotive service technicians and mechanics inspect, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks. Most automotive service technicians and mechanics work in well-ventilated and well-lit repair shops, as well as mobile, meaning we will come to your home or place of work to provide our services. rnrnWe offer:rnrnReplace spark plugs and wires/coil boots.rnrnSet ignition timing -if applicable.rnrnReplace engine air filter.rnrnReplace fuel filter - if applicable.rnrnClean the throttle body - if applicable.rnrnPerform a fuel system cleaning.rnrnWe also write up estimates for repairs and communicating with customers. Complete preventative maintenance on vehicles, including: tire rotations, oil changes, filter replacement. We Order parts, performing repairs and working with other mechanics to help diagnose problems and decide the best course of action.rnrnOur mechanics are highly skilled in all areas including:rnrnProblem solving.rnrnDetail-oriented. rnrnEfficiency.rnrnOrganized.rnrnAdministrative skills. rnrnComputers.rnrnLearning.rnrnCommunication.rnrnGreat Communication Skills. If anything can strain a relationship – both personal and professional – it's a lack of communication. ...rnrnA Problem Solver with Technical Aptitude. rnrnA Willingness to Keep Learning. rnrnStrong Work EthicrnrnWe also offer MOT like the tires, brakes and safety systems. It also involves replacing some key parts of the car's engine to keep it running well. These can include changing the engine oil, fuel and air filters and even spark plugs in some comprehensive packages. During a full service, a wide range of components under your car's bonnet will be looked at that aren't covered during an MOT. These include your car's battery and its wiring, test electrics, coolant levels, high-voltage cables, brake fluid levels, power steering fluids, drive belts and brake pipes.rnrnOur mechanics have top notch equipment including:rnrnHammer. The basic tool that makes you a certified do-it-yourselfer is a hammer.rnrnScrewdrivers. A good set of screwdrivers is mandatory to any basic tool kit.rnrnPry Bar.rnrnWrenches.rnrnPliers.rnrnRatchet and Socket Sets. rnrnAllen Wrenches.rnrnHeavy Duty Scissors.rnrnOur mechanics are all A mechanics, meaning we can give you top quality service in all areas. What is an A mechanic you ask? A - “A” mechanic - is truly “A” technician/mechanic. Someone who has the ability to diagnose, repair and complete a project without any assistance. An “A” mechanic will have years of experience and keeps up with the advanced training needed to do his/her job correctly.

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