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Jarene F.


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Richard and Jack at Certified Automotive were very knowledgeable, kind and prompt in answering my many questions about getting my car towed, repairing the coils, wiring, spark plugs, replacing the radiator, thermostat and more. The car is good to go!


Fast and fair

I had my Honda repaired when the radiator was leaking they changed it in one day at a very fair price. Richard was awesome.


Reliable and fair auto repair shop in Salt Lake City

Certified Automotive is a reliable and fair automotive repair shop in Salt Lake City.

Steve M.


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certifed did a great job on my jeep. was not a easy job had to put a new fuse box in and spend some time making sher al was right.randy called 6 weeks later to make shere al was going good. great work they have done for me. many times. best in the state.



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I have nothing but praise for Certified Automotive and their work!

These people were friendly and efficient and really take pride in what they do!! The work that is completed is quality. I would recomend anyone and everyone in the area to visit Certified Automotive for all of their auto needs. I will definitely use them again. I also really appreciated the ride to work when dropping off my car. Thank you guys so much for your fast and effective work! I will definitely be returning.



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Certified charged me $871 to d...

Certified charged me $871 to diagnose and change a mass air flow sensor. I looked up the part on autozone, and it costs $139.00. They charged me $340 for it. Basically, I would watch out if you take your car to this establishment.

claimed iconBusiness Response08/23/2012

Unfortunately this gentleman did not care to post an accurate and complete comment. He is certainly entitled to his opinion, but here are the facts. This 2006 Mustang came in to diagnose and repair a check engine light on problem. In our shop, we do not guess and throw parts at problems-with no guaranteed outcome. We explained to the customer how most computer problems will take one to two hours of diagnosis to determine the exact problem and defective component(s). He was told up front that the cost for this would be from $95 to $190. The diagnosis, (including reading computer codes, lab scope testing of individual circuits and components, research of Ford factory service bulletins, inspection of under-hood wiring and connectors etc. came to $141. Ford factory service bulletins said to make sure the vehicle had the latest compute updates (program), before continuing the diagnosis. It did not, so we had to purchase the update from Ford Motor company and reprogram the computer before continuing our diagnosis. This came to $161.78. After which we completed our diagnosis by determining the Mass Air Flow sensor was bad. This person compares a cheap aftermarket part, with the Ford factory original (which meets Ford specifications while the one he is comparing to does not). The Ford Mass Air Flow sensor was $336.66. What he also doesn't say is he also purchased an air filter ($28.10) no labor to install.The total for all of this including tax and shop supplies came to $871.76. What he also fails to say is that with our diagnosis and repair the problem code is guaranteed to be solved. Something which most other shops don't do. Simply reading engine codes does not accurately tell you which component(s) or wiring section is at fault. Even Auto-zone admits that. This customer was informed and updated about all costs throughout the diagnosis and repair and authorized everything.

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All Types of Repair & Maintenance on American & Japanese Cars & Light Trucks

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Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Sat - SunClosed
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Phone: 801-484-9130

Phone: 801-746-5729

Phone: 801-828-2725

Phone: 801-917-6160

  • Air Conditioning & Heating
  • Major Engine Repair or Replacement
  • Tires, Wheels & Alignments
  • Steering & Suspension Systems
  • Inspection & Diagnostic Services
  • Engine Service
  • Brake Service
  • Battery Services
  • Scheduled Maintenance & Tune Ups
Payment method
diners club, amex, discover, master card, visa, all major credit cards
South Salt Lake City
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Automotive Tune Up Service, Auto Engine Rebuilding, Auto Oil & Lube, Auto Repair & Service, Auto Springs & Suspension, Auto Transmission, Automobile Air Conditioning Equipment-Service & Repair, Automobile Diagnostic Service, Automobile Electric Service, Automobile Inspection Stations & Services, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Brake Repair, Emissions Inspection Stations, Fuel Injection Repair, Mufflers & Exhaust Systems, Radiators Automotive Sales & Service, Shock Absorbers & Struts, Tire Dealers, Tire Recap, Retread & Repair, Wheel Alignment-Frame & Axle Servicing-Automotive
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Warranties: Yes

Parking: Lot

Wi-Fi: Free

Specialties: Cars, Fleet Vehicles, Four Wheel Drives, 4wd, Automobiles, 4 Wheel Drives, Autos, 4x4s

Services: Air Conditioning & Heating, Major Engine Repair or Replacement, Tires, Wheels & Alignments, Steering & Suspension Systems, Inspection & Diagnostic Services, Engine Service, Brake Service, Battery Services, Scheduled Maintenance & Tune Ups

Appointment Needed: No

Brands Serviced: Volkswagen, FIAT, Lexus, MINI, Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce, Jaguar, Infiniti, Hyundai, Audi, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Buick, Lincoln, Kia, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Scion, Alfa Romeo, SRT, Freightliner, GMC, Ford, Maserati, BMW, Acura, Lotus, Tesla, Bentley, Ram, McLaren, Nissan, Dodge, Jeep, Aston Martin, Porsche, Chevrolet, Ferrari, Chrysler, Volvo, Honda, smart, Cadillac, Land Rover

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