Aamco Reviews in Arizona, USA
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Aamco - failed repair, dishonest
Aamco in Gilbert, AZ on Val Vista Rd tried to fix my transmission on a passenger van. They told me what they thought the problem was, then redid the whole transmission (causing me to take a loan to pay for it) and even showed me what I thought were worn parts. The van still had the problem after a few weeks of driving, but as it was irregular (even before the repair) I didn't have much hope in getting any restitution. I am not sure that the "worn" parts were really from my vehicle. Talking to a real mechanic's shop later I heard that most Aamco and Lee Myles transmission shops have very bad reputations.
Do not let AAmco take your transmission apart
AAmco is a straight fraud from the jump. DO NOT LET THEM TAKE your transmission apart. Actually DO NOT go there in the first place. Their trick is to get you in there get some stuff taken apart and then you are committed. So at that point they can tell you whatever price they want to cause you are commited to spending a minimum of $750 to put the transmission back together. If you put it back together and go somewhere else you are already out the $750. So then logically you think that you might as well let them do it cause I am already out the $750 and taking it somewhere else will cost even more. They commit you to a minimum money, then they have you. Do not go to them in the first place.
AAMCO still has my car and it's been almost three weeks
What can I do short of calling the police to make AAMCO give me back my car. After 10 days at their shop they called me and said my car is done. I sent the Mesa mechanic to pick it up to make sure they had fixed the problem. Well they didn't it went right back into AAMCO after I paid over $4,000 dollars in repairs. It is now 9 days later and they say they are waiting for a part. What can I do? I am in Mesa AZ. The shop is at Southern and Ellsworth in Mesa.
The Aamco NIGHTMARE!
We took our car in because it wasn’t shifting correctly. At first we were assured it could be fixed, and were charged $1500. Two days later we were informed that the problem they “repaired” wasn’t the problem, and it would cost an additional $900 to “fix” it this time. We refused to pay this additional cost. When we asked them to put our car back as it was and refund our money they refused. Long story short, it took them 24 days to reset our computer (resetting a computer takes approx. 1 hour). Our car went to 3 different locations in AZ (9723 E Southern Ave., 5026 E Main, and 2341 S Val Vista). Every day we had to call and speak to managers. In the end, though we DID pay for many frivolous repairs, I will admit, it seemed to be shifting correctly. The HUGE crack in our windshield when we got it back though was not Aamco’s problem, since we couldn’t PROVE it wasn’t there when we brought the car in. What a nightmare!
I took my car into Aamco transmission with a check engine light on and my transmission would get stuck in 2nd gear (auto trans) Chrysler calls it limp mode for diagnostic and repair. I told them to check all harnesses (picktails) and sensors because this is a common...
AAMCO has just plain LIED and CHEATED us twice. We were foolish enough to give them the benefit of the doubt the second time. We took our car in the first time to get a tune up they sent us to another AAMCO claiming they couldn't do the tune up at that time but had...
I took my truck to an AAMCO on Cave Creek and Cactus for service, I was quoted a price for the service. I picked up my truck when service was done and tried to present a coupon that would save me 10% which is $73.70 and the owner (Steven Becht) said he can't accept...
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