Aamco Reviews in Baltimore, Maryland
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Aamco review in Baltimore, Maryland: Issues with service
Had transmission repaired car doing same thing
Aamco Car Repair
Reason of review
AAMCO 7596 Annapolis Rd Lanham, MD 20706 United States. This shop is a bad shop, no good job. Please don't waste your money going there please please I lost over $5000 to fix my vehicle it has taken more than a month they can't fix anything.
Reason of review
AAMCO---"booked up thru next year"
I recently called the Annapolis location on 906 West St., Annapolis, MD. 21401. I think I spoke with RODNEY. I asked for an appointment to get an oil change and a tire rotation. I was told HE was just swamped that day with oil changes so HE had no openings through the end of this week, so I asked about getting an appointment for next week ---sorry booked all of next week; what about next month---booked through the end of the MONTH , actually, booked through the end of the YEAR. I have a REALLY tough time believing that ANY shop with ANY company doing auto work is EVER booked up completely four and a half months ahead of time--especially for an oil change!!!!!!! You can be sure that I will NEVER be having your company (even if another is close by) to do my oil changes and any other work that I will need in the future. I would not go back to AAMCO even if there was something you could do because I'd be worried about some "unrequested" work being done on my vehicle (that would later cause my vehicle major problems) because I reported this. I KNOW I WON'T GO TO AAMCO---even though your slogan says otherwise!!!!!!
AAMCO Transmissions and Keith Kim and I have failed to reach an amicable solution to this complaint. Names of attorney(s) TBD AAMCO Transmissions 818 Rockville Pike Rockville, MD 20852 Â In re: Â Keith Kim District Court of Maryland 191 East Jefferson St. Rockville,...
$3,200 @ AAMCO & a yr later another $3,200
A year and 2 months ago I had my transmission rebuilt for a 2000 Acura TL by an AAMCO dealer ("the experts"). Now my car is at another AAMCO dealer (thinking they would warranty their work) close to where it broke down & I have been informed that the transmission is shot due to the fluid level being 4 quarts low & my warranty has expired so nothing is covered. It was explained to me that I could have purchased a longer warranty, but failed to do so. I was also informed that this "$3,200" rebuild will come with a 3 year warranty. What? why couldn't the last one come with that warranty? The only reason I stopped the car was to get a soda & noticed an odor & then smoke coming from my drivers side tire. A warning light never came on (in a car full of warning lights). I am now on day 4 waiting to hear what this rebuild will actually cost me. Bottom line....DO NOT GO TO AAMCO - they obviously do not know what hey are doing if a $3,200 rebuilt transmission just lasts a bit over a yr.
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