ATM Transmission Center

  • 4.4 of 5 stars
4 reviews

44195 Airport View Dr, Hollywood, MD 20636, us

(301) 863-6860


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Specializes in Transmission work
They are always honest
They are competent
Their repair price is reasonable
They complete the work in a timely manner
They respond well when they screw something up
They take the time to explain the problems and necessary repairs
They treat male and female customers in the same manner
They are always honest
I would use this mechanic again
I would recommend this mechanic to others
They fix the problem the first time
The shop is located in a safe neighborhood
The hours of operation are convenient for customers
They are near public transportation (or provide loaners, shuttle bus, rides as needed)
Mar 07, 2000
ATM took the time to listen to everything I needed to say about the transmission trouble I was having. Turned out Ginny found two minor problems that cost 15% of what the other transmission shop had estimated, and I got my truck back in one day instead of one week. The other shop said it would have to tear down my transmission, but ATM fixed both problems without having to do that. I would recommend to anyone for the honest and timely service.
Jul 07, 2000
They rebuilt transmission in 94 Lumina van. It was an expensive job, but they did it in a timely manner. It worked perfectly the day I picked it up and over a year later, still no problems. It drove like a new car after the work. I was worried because of the level of disassembly involved. But they did an excellent job!! They also took the time to explain, in detail, what was going to be involved. They produced a schematic and showed me all the parts they replaced. The rebuild was expensive, but a bit cheaper than putting in a factory rebuilt unit.
Aug 14, 2004
My 93 Taurus had a transmission problem related to heat. I tried to get this across to the shop but it did not seem to sink in. The transmission was repaired at a cost of $2,000 but continued to have the problem. It only surfaced on hot days in the summer. After a fall and winter and spring of opeerating ok it started again as soon as the weather warmed over 80. The warrenty was running out and I was going to take it elasewhere to get it fixed. I was called by the shop owner inquiring about how things had been. I told her it was still there and she immediatly told me to bring it in even thought the watrrenty was over. They did fix it that time and it has been good for 35,000 miles. They should have listened to me. It was a electronic module as I had been telling them all along. I would go back.
Dec 16, 2008
These folks worked with the manufacturer who told them they were seeing similar issues with the transmission. They came and got me and took us back to their shop when the vehicle quit moving. They also worked on it multiple times for the same issue without additional charge. The vehicle was a Jeep Cherokee that used an electronic transmission. The electronic board was replaced however there was very little signs of wear in the transmission. When towing our pop-up camper after about 100 miles or about 2 hours white oil vapors would start blowing out the back of the vehicle. It appeared the vent pipe on the transmission would blow excessive vapors out of the transmission onto the exhaust pipe. This issue only occurred when towing the camper. They were never able to duplicate or determine why it was doing what it was doing. So I paid $2000 for a completely rebuilt transmission for the subsequent owner of the vehicle to enjoy. Before I sold the vehicle I removed all the towing equipment and the person said it was the best vehicle they had ever owned. So there you go!

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