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Minnesota Auto Repair
Auto Mechanics For Minnesota. Listed Alphabetically with
phone numbers, addresses, and maps!

ALPHABETIZED LISTING OF
AUTO REPAIR IN MN

Airlake Automotive Repair
21155 Hamburg Ave. Lakeville, MN 55044
Phone: (952) 469-4363
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Austin Auto Repair Center
1620 Commerce Dr. Mankato, MN 56003
Phone: (507) 625-2886
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Auto Repair by Scott
5141 Lakeland Ave N. Minneapolis, MN 55429
Phone: (763) 536-9430
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Auto Repair Specialties
5600 Queens Ave Ne. Elk River, MN 55330
Phone: (763) 428-9767
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Auto Repairs by Joe
811 North St. Anoka, MN 55303
Phone: (763) 323-8400
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Auto Works Diagnostic & Repair
8230 Hudson Rd Ste 200 Saint Paul, MN 55125
Phone: (651) 578-1500
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Automotive Repair Specialists Incorporated
1613 Lakeland Dr Se. Willmar, MN 56201
Phone: (320) 214-7077
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Baber Auto Repair
1690 Hamline Ave. N. Saint Paul, MN 55113
Phone: (651) 314-4252
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Certified Auto Repair
4700 Shoreline Drive Spring Park, MN 55384
Phone: (952) 471-0471
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Dan's Auto Repair
16095 Main Ave SE. Prior Lake, MN 55372
Phone: (952) 447-3668
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Johnson's Auto Repair
17 N 2nd Ave E. Duluth, MN 55802
Phone: (218) 722-0230
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Kevin's Auto Repair
6301 Welcome Ave N. Minneapolis, MN 55429
Phone: (763) 535-0237
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Mike's Auto Repair
452 1St Ave W. Shakopee, MN 55379
Phone: (952) 445-3407
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Shaco Automotive Repair, Inc
3303 197Th St E. Faribault, MN 55021
Phone: (612) 590-1205
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Shadetree Auto Repair
Us Highway 14 W. Tyler, MN 56178
Phone: (507) 247-3940
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Quality Truck & Auto Repair
1050 Syndicate St. Jordan, MN 55352
Phone: (952) 492-5085
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This page is a listing of Auto Mechanics
in the state of Minnesota.

If you are a mechanic or garage in MN that is not listed here please call 803-318-HELP to have your
garages details listed here.

5 TIPS ON CHOOSING THE RIGHT
AUTO MECHANIC

1. Choose a reputable and certified auto mechanic, a few pennies saved by using a lesser mechanic WILL cost you much more further down the road!

2. SHOP AROUND!!  Get a few ESTIMATES from different mechanics.  Just like a doctor, you NEED a second opinion.  Besides, not everyone is CORRECT in diagnosing problems so it's good to get 2 or 3 different opinions and while you are at it you will get 2 or 3 different prices to repair your vehicle..

3. Choose the auto mechanic you feel MOST comfortable with.  Go with your gut feeling.  If they are TOO BUSY to help you diagnose your problem and give you an estimate then surely they will be TOO BUSY to properly repair your car or be there to answer questions AFTER the repairs are made.

4. Remember the best REPAIR is a PREVENTATIVE REPAIR...This means there are things that you MUST do to your vehicle BEFORE it breaks...Everyone knows they should change their oil every 3,000 miles or 3 months whichever comes first.  BUT, there are OTHER things that need to be done that would keep you from having costly repairs later...Like, getting a radiator flush atleat once a year, fuel injector cleaning, fuel filter replacement, air filter replacement, and the list goes on and on....The best thing to do is try to do ONE MORE THING when you get your oil changed...For instance get your oil changed and have your air filter replaced if it is needed, if not then have your fuel filter replaced....you get the picture...


5.
It's a given that a garage or mechanics area is going to be dirty...greasy, grimy, oily, etc...BUT it should NOT BE MESSY....dirt, grime and oil go along with auto repair...BUT a MESSY work area says ALOT about that mechanic....Say for instance the garage area is CLUTTERED, MESSY and nothing appears to be where it should be....Do you think once your repairs are made this mechanic will clean up his mess??..NO...Do you think he will take EXTRA CARE not to BREAK ANYTHING else or get the interior of your vehicle GREASY while moving your car around to work on it?....NO....If the mechanic where you go to does not TAKE PRIDE in his work area....How would expect him/her to treat your TRANSPORTATION with pride and respect???

    

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