Tampa auto mechanic fixes keyless entry problem

Tampa auto mechanic fixes keyless entry problem

Tampa Bay auto mechanic

Gulf Auto Clinic

Gratitude engulfed Crystal Schwartz after she got her van’s keyless entry system failed. “A dealership service center wanted to replace the entire system, which would have cost more than $500,” she says. “Gulf Auto Clinic did a circuit test, found the problem and replaced the failed components for half the price the dealership was asking. Now all the doors work. Thanks, guys!”

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larry burns

Subject: keyless entree

the unlock botton don't work hardly.. can u fix it and how much would it cost. all the other buttons r fine. hmu when u got a chance.

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