Glen Burnie Auto Repair

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It's almost $100 to get your car inspected there now and if it fails they hit you with a minimum re-inspection fee of $45. I had always recommended them to my friends and even my boss went there bc I told him but now needless to say I'm never taking my business to them.

We're sorry that you feel this way Eduardo. We've charged $88 for many years and recently increased the fee to $93 to cover a newly-incurred cost, a Maryland electronic filing fee. For many years we have charged a reinspection in situations where we had to lift the vehicle to inspect another party's repair work and that may have been what happened in this case. We greatly appreciate your feedback and apologize if we didn't effectively communicate all pricing to you beforehand. Again, we're sorry about what happened and hope to use your feedback as a way to improve our communication with future customers.

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5

Professional, proficient, and honest.

5

Maryland Auto and Truck Repair installed a reman engine and new clutch package in my 2005 350Z. I am completely and thoroughly satisfied with the results. I would not hesitate to recommend this business to anyone looking for professional and quality auto repair!

5

My experience was optimal. I was freaking out about what I thought was wrong with my car. I spoke with Justin on the phone, he calmed my nerves and told me to bring the car over. Maryland Auto and Truck Repair, promptly called me back with the good news, "it wasn't what I thought it was" they explained the problem to me step by step and told me exactly what the cost would be. I'm glad I found them, I saved a lot of money, because I almost let another shop fix a problem that I didn't have.

5

They were able to accurately diagnose and repair the transfer case on my 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee when no one else could, including two Jeep dealers. They were also accomodating with my schedule.

5

So, I have a 99 Ford F-250 SuperDuty pickup with the 7.3 Liter diesel engine. Great truck, works like a bull! However, when there is something wrong with that engine, (which is rare) forget about going to your local repair shop. Blank stares, head scratching, sometimes some BS and finally the same diagnosis - you need a new turbo! WRONG! Forget too, about going to your Ford garage! Same general response as the local repair shop, BUT the estimate (if they will even give you one) will be for 4 times what the local guy wants, and they usually still want to blame the turbo! WRONG, WRONG! If you want a mechanic that can spare you this experience, try Mike at Maryland Auto and Truck Repair. Friendly guy, honest work, fair business practices, and the real kicker - they can diagnose and fix this great engine without first wanting to replace your turbo! Look, diesel repairs cost more than gas engine repairs. But, the repairs when done by a competent diesel mechanic usually do NOT require replacing your turbo! Want your 7.3L Oil Burner to run well again? Then spend a little time with Mike or Mark at Maryland Auto & Truck Center in Glen Burnie, MD! I am glad I did and I think you will be, too!

5

Great service, punctual on appointment and approximate time to complete the work. Nice waiting space could use a TV to pass the time. Staff was attentive and hospitable. We are waiting on a call or email regarding our Md tags. I would recommend you to our friends and neighbors.

5

They were able to accurately diagnose and repair the transfer case on my 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee when no one else could, including two Jeep dealers. They were also accomodating with my schedule.

Thank you very much for a great review. We are glad that you enjoyed your experience and hope that you'll keep us in mind next time as well!

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5

So, I took my 99 F250 7.3L SuperDuty to Mike & Mark with a really stubborn engine problem. (No power above 15 mph, top speed 35 mph.) Normally, this truck is a power freak. Problem started one day after having a new set of tires installed. Go figure...? Many have looked at this issue, none could resolve the problem. Almost to a shop, their solution was to replace the turbo - Ouch! Long story short, Mike & Mark got to the bottom of my problem. Issue was a bad Exhaust Back Pressure Sensor (EBPS) and a clogged EBPS tube. Turbo, by the way was fine! These guys had the tools and skills to do REAL diagnostic work on this engine. Not just part swappers, but real mechanics. Their diesel diagnostic services do not come cheap, but they are way cheaper than dealing with a part swapper (hey, we need to throw a new turbo in there, buddy - kaching) and millions cheaper than the Ford dealership garage! Next time you need help with your 7.3 PowerStroke, check these guys out! Professional in every way, and just plain nice to deal with, too! Bill

5

So, I took my 99 F250 7.3L SuperDuty to Mike & Mark with a really stubborn engine problem. (No power above 15 mph, top speed 35 mph.) Normally, this truck is a power freak. Problem started one day after having a new set of tires installed. Go figure...?

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