German and British Auto Repair Done Right the First Time
German and British Auto Repair Done Right the First Time

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Land Rover Repair & Maintenance
Auto Repair Services For Land Rover Vehicles in Rockville, MD

Auto Repair Services For Land Rover Vehicles in Rockville, MD

MB Automotive Services in Rockville, MD provides Land Rover repair & maintenance for vehicles in the Rockville and surrounding areas. When you own a Land Rover, you’re out for adventure, which means you may be brave enough to take it off-road. In the event that you do and damage the body, MB Automotive Services also provides bodywork in addition to Land Rover repair & maintenance.

Common Land Rover


Knowing the signs of issues common to Land Rovers can help you head them off before they become too costly. Some common issues and their signs include:


If your Land Rover engine has poor acceleration, idles poorly, or you hear unusual noises from the engine, you may have issues with the computer and sensors, ignition system, or fuel system. Noises can also mean bottom-end trouble, such as rod knocks and worn crank bearings. If the engine suffered a lack of oil, you may also hear valves tapping.


As with any British vehicle, the Land Rover’s electrical system is complex. You may notice issues with lights, electronics and even dashboard warning lights. Always have these electrical problems checked immediately.
Mechanic performing maintenance on a Land Rover vehicle at MB Automotive Services in Rockville, MD


Land Rover designed its suspension for a combination of on-road and off-road use. If ride quality declines, you have handling issues, or the suspension makes noise, see a Land Rover specialist at MB Automotive Services as soon as possible, especially if you have been off-roading.


Squealing brakes usually indicate low brake pads. If you hear grinding, the pads are next to non-existent, if they exist at all. If you ignore this problem, you could score the rotors so much that they cannot be machined. A soft brake pedal indicates a leak. The leak may be anywhere in the braking system, including a brake line, brake hose, caliper or the master cylinder.


Shifting issues, vibrations and slipping are all issues we have seen in Land Rover transmissions. If you notice any of these issues, we can diagnose and repair them so you can be back on the road.

Land Rover


Preventative maintenance is necessary to minimize unexpected breakdowns and to keep your Land Rover in excellent running condition. Your owner’s manual will tell you when you should do most things on the preventative maintenance list. If you no longer have an owner’s manual or the manufacturer did not list something, you can call the shop with your Land Rover’s year, model and VIN, and we can look up that information for you. Depending on the model, year, and engine, maintenance intervals vary.

Preventative maintenance and common intervals include:

If you frequently go off-roading, you need to balance the tires and check the alignment more frequently. It’s easy to knock the wheel out of alignment or scrape a weight off a wheel when driving on rough and narrow trails or rock climbing.