Stay away from this place! I have a plymough Voyager that was having problems stalling out. I brought it to Auto Zone and they said that the cam sensor was failing and there was a misfire, which was due to the sensor.
I brought my van into Aamco on Monday of last week. They told me the sensor would be a quick fix and would only take 30 minutes to put on. Two hours later, I was told that Cam sensors weren't sold for my make of vehicle. They told me that I needed to buy a distributor for it. I sat there for a total of 4 hours on Monday and nothing was fixed.
I came back Tuesday to have the distributor put on. The van was still stalling out. After two hours of putting that on, the guy finally came out and told me that the crank sensor was failing. They assured me that the sensor would fix the problem. And yet again, the van was still stalling out. I paid them $370 that day to basically fix nothing.
When I left the shop, come to find out, the van was running worse then before. Not only was it stalling out when I started it, when I would come up to a light, the van would idle very high and try to race away. I brought the van home and called the shop. They told me that the computer could be failing or that it needed a flywheel.
So I brought it back up Thursday and dropped it off to have the flywheel replaced. I came back later that afternoon to pick it up, but nothing was done to it. The manager said that the bolts were too rusted to *** and they would need to keep it another day. He called me Friday afternoon and said there were some problems with the bolts and that they would need to keep it until Monday. Monday, Feb 14th, he called at 11 in the morning and said the flywheel was cracked in two different places. He assured me yet again that the van would be ready for pick up that afternoon.
An hour before closing, he called and said that the van was still running the same as it was before and that he would like to keep it until Tuesday to look at a few more things.
And here we are at Tuesday. He was finally nice enough to call at 4pm. Told me that the throttle was clogged, so they cleaned that out. Nothing happened. He calls back at 5pm and now wants me to buy an idle sensor. He said he couldn't promise that it would fix anything but thought it might help.
I told him no thanks and that I would be picking up the van today. He wanted me to spend another $120 on a part that may or may not fix the problem.
I have already spent $680 on parts that did nothing for my van, now it runs worse then before.
Please do not trust these people. They are only out to rip you off.
Monetary Loss: $680.