Kevin Laurie Noblesville Indiana

Complaint: Kevin Laurie was introduced to me on Facebook as a mobile mechanic. My SUV needed a new throttle position sensor. He installed it and started the vehicle. Showed us it was running (for about 3 minutes) and then left. Since that time, it’s almost impossible to start or doesn’t start and the throttle does not idle up or down. If you are lucky enough to get it started and put the vehicle on the road you can’t drive it anywhere because it only goes at coasting speed. The gas pedal does absolutely nothing. It has not been driveable since he left. It drove okay before we replaced the battery, the throttle position sensor and the valve cover gasket. Now it’s just a large paper weight sitting in our driveway and not driveable. I have to have it towed to a reputable service mechanic. Kevin Laurie told me for the last month he would come back. When I contact him he says, Oh sorry I’ve been busy. Really? I need this vehicle to drive this winter. I don’t have a vehicle I can drive in the snow and this was it… but he has not fixed it and has the money for fixing it. Please don’t use this low class crook. He is a young married man with a wife and child. You would think he would want to be building a future instead of messing up other people’s lives.

Tags: Mechanics

Address: Christian Avenue (also in Elwood, IN) Noblesville, Indiana USA

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