Your Mechanic and most Ace Auto Repair locations can repair a turn signal switch. YourMechanic.com features a virtual interface that prospective customers can use to find a local Your Mechanic technician, get a quote and set up an appointment.
Your Mechanic provides personalized auto repair service to approximately 300 U.S. cities, as of 2015. The company's standard services include diagnostics, such as inspections to determine the fitness of a turn signal light to ascertain its corresponding malfunction, turn signal bulb replacement and turn signal switch repair.
YourMechanic.com connects experienced mechanics in local areas with private citizens who require auto repair. The website also offers general price ranges on various services, brief profiles of several affiliated mechanics and a Get Quote link. Each customer receives a fixed, up-front price and a full, detailed report of services rendered.
Ace Auto Repair is a franchise, so the services that it offers may differ between locations. Locations that potentially repair turn signal switches may not necessarily say on a website. Rather, an Ace Auto Repair location may indicate that it performs electrical diagnoses instead.
Turn signal switch systems fall under the category of automotive lighting and electrical components, so the indication of an electrical diagnosis under the category of services offered possibly encompasses turn signal switch repair. Calling a location to confirm beforehand is advisable.