A Plus Transmission Specialists

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  • 11503 E. Loop 1604 N.

    Universal City, TX 78148

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  • 210-659-0049

About A Plus Transmission Specialists

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Mon-Fri 8:00am - 6:00pm Sat 8:00am - 1:00 pm

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They did a great job on my truck, top service in a speedy fashion. Thank you

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They did a great job on my truck, top service in a speedy fashion. Thank you

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PLEASE DO NOT GO TO THIS PLACE\r\nI drove my car to this shop. I came down 1604 driving sixty five or seventy miles per hour. My car would not go into overdrive. I went here because it was close to my job. They took the car for a drive and back. I should have stopped them there. Next they drove the car in the shop and drop the pan drained the fluid and did a inspection so they say. They thin came back and said the transmission would need to be disassembled to determine the problem. That would be sevent hundred dollars. that would not include the repair. I thought this was to high and it appeared to be running fine with the exception of the overdrive. I said no let me look into this a little further. I drove the car out of the shop it shifted one time and tthat was it. The transmission would not shift at all and just kept slipping. I had to call Trple AAA to get the car home.\r\n\r\nI am going to the BBB

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PLEASE DO NOT GO TO THIS PLACE\r\nI drove my car to this shop. I came down 1604 driving sixty five or seventy miles per hour. My car would not go into overdrive. I went here because it was close to my job. They took the car for a drive and back. I should have stopped them there. Next they drove the car in the shop and drop the pan drained the fluid and did a inspection so they say. They thin came back and said the transmission would need to be disassembled to determine the problem. That would be sevent hundred dollars. that would not include the repair. I thought this was to high and it appeared to be running fine with the exception of the overdrive. I said no let me look into this a little further. I drove the car out of the shop it shifted one time and tthat was it. The transmission would not shift at all and just kept slipping. I had to call Trple AAA to get the car home.\r\n\r\nI am going to the BBB

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My mazda 626 started having tranny problems, and after some online research, found this was NOT surprising news.... I did some online research and made some phonecalls and other shops just stated how much it was going to cost without even looking at it. Aplus had good reviews online, so I called them. I was told they would have to do an inspection and test drive to see what it was and there was no way they could tell me anything with out that (100 correct) Upon inspection, it turned out that my car decided to be DIFFERENT than every other 626 and it had different problems than most! I was quoted a price and gave them the green light and it was ready two days later! They fixed the problem it had as well and updated the faulty issues associated with that model. one of the cool things about this shop is the ""test"" perios in which you put a couple hundred miles on it and bring it back for them to check again, and then you activate a FREE 12 month warranty! Not a bad idea! Referals generate good things for you as well, I just havent had the chance to send anyone there yet to cash in for myself yet! Thanks Aplus, my car is STILL rolling and shifting smooth as butter almost 8-10 months later! (I procrastinated posting this AND I wanted to give her a good testing in my car b4 I left a review) Face it people, transmissions are NOT cheap, no matter who does it, better to deal with someone who will at least INSPECT it to tell you a price (and then they will NOT charge you a penny more than the quote) than a place that just spits out numbers without seeing your car! THANKS A+

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My mazda 626 started having tranny problems, and after some online research, found this was NOT surprising news.... I did some online research and made some phonecalls and other shops just stated how much it was going to cost without even looking at it. Aplus had good reviews online, so I called them. I was told they would have to do an inspection and test drive to see what it was and there was no way they could tell me anything with out that (100 correct) Upon inspection, it turned out that my car decided to be DIFFERENT than every other 626 and it had different problems than most! I was quoted a price and gave them the green light and it was ready two days later! They fixed the problem it had as well and updated the faulty issues associated with that model. one of the cool things about this shop is the ""test"" perios in which you put a couple hundred miles on it and bring it back for them to check again, and then you activate a FREE 12 month warranty! Not a bad idea! Referals generate good things for you as well, I just havent had the chance to send anyone there yet to cash in for myself yet! Thanks Aplus, my car is STILL rolling and shifting smooth as butter almost 8-10 months later! (I procrastinated posting this AND I wanted to give her a good testing in my car b4 I left a review) Face it people, transmissions are NOT cheap, no matter who does it, better to deal with someone who will at least INSPECT it to tell you a price (and then they will NOT charge you a penny more than the quote) than a place that just spits out numbers without seeing your car! THANKS A+

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On monday our 2002 chrysler 300 was running excellent but the check engine light was on. I left it with this shop. I was called later Monday afternoon saying diagnostics showed two codes and would require a tear down at $289.00 I said O.K (the first wrong decision). The Manager Beryl Burke asked me for my birth date. I thought this strange but gave it. On Tuesday I was called and told the transmission would need a total rebuild at $2662.00. Remember this car was shifting excellent when we drove in and running perfect, just the check engine light on. I said no, as the car was not worth a lot more than that and I would salvage it at $750.00. They called me back and offered to do the same work with a 6 month 6000 mile warranty at $1975.00. I said yes (the second wrong decision). They then asked me for my Mother's Maiden Name. In a hurry I gave it to them and hung up. Then it hit me, they are phishing my ID information. I called back immediately and said why are you phishing my personal information as I am not asking for credit. They aid for security but this is BS. They are phishing customers ID information. On Friday I was called my car was ready. I paid the $1975.00. My wife goes to the car and the battery is flat out a dead. A new battery from Sam's Club only a little over a year old and we have never had a problem. The mechanic said batteries seem to go dead in their shop. They had to start the car with a batter charger. Also the car would no longer idle and vibrated at 4000 RPM in neutral. I was afraid we would not get home. Again, the car was running excellent when we took it in. But you know what? I was so infuriated wth this place I did not even go back. I have no doubt any further attempt would have been in vain. I went straight to the dealership about 5 miles away, traded the car for basically the tranmission repair and bought a new car. I would never set foot in this establisment again. I also reported the attempted phishing for personal ID information to the Credit Bureau, BBB and FTC. Hopefully they will stop them from trying to steal a senior citizens ID information in the future.

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On monday our 2002 chrysler 300 was running excellent but the check engine light was on. I left it with this shop. I was called later Monday afternoon saying diagnostics showed two codes and would require a tear down at $289.00 I said O.K (the first wrong decision). The Manager Beryl Burke asked me for my birth date. I thought this strange but gave it. On Tuesday I was called and told the transmission would need a total rebuild at $2662.00. Remember this car was shifting excellent when we drove in and running perfect, just the check engine light on. I said no, as the car was not worth a lot more than that and I would salvage it at $750.00. They called me back and offered to do the same work with a 6 month 6000 mile warranty at $1975.00. I said yes (the second wrong decision). They then asked me for my Mother's Maiden Name. In a hurry I gave it to them and hung up. Then it hit me, they are phishing my ID information. I called back immediately and said why are you phishing my personal information as I am not asking for credit. They aid for security but this is BS. They are phishing customers ID information. On Friday I was called my car was ready. I paid the $1975.00. My wife goes to the car and the battery is flat out a dead. A new battery from Sam's Club only a little over a year old and we have never had a problem. The mechanic said batteries seem to go dead in their shop. They had to start the car with a batter charger. Also the car would no longer idle and vibrated at 4000 RPM in neutral. I was afraid we would not get home. Again, the car was running excellent when we took it in. But you know what? I was so infuriated wth this place I did not even go back. I have no doubt any further attempt would have been in vain. I went straight to the dealership about 5 miles away, traded the car for basically the tranmission repair and bought a new car. I would never set foot in this establisment again. I also reported the attempted phishing for personal ID information to the Credit Bureau, BBB and FTC. Hopefully they will stop them from trying to steal a senior citizens ID information in the future.

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The manager Ken Smith was so helpful. He even towed me in from the dealer and settled my bill there without any extra charge to me. He also worked with me in settling my bill with him. His workers were fast and efficient, and they rebuilt my transmission replacing only the necessary parts with new ones. I would recommend this shop to anyone needing reliable transmission repairs or service. Kudos to these people. They are truly A+!!

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★★★★★

The manager Ken Smith was so helpful. He even towed me in from the dealer and settled my bill there without any extra charge to me. He also worked with me in settling my bill with him. His workers were fast and efficient, and they rebuilt my transmission replacing only the necessary parts with new ones. I would recommend this shop to anyone needing reliable transmission repairs or service. Kudos to these people. They are truly A+!!

Pros: Fast, Friendly, Efficient, and Economical

Cons: No notable drawbacks

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Fast Efficient and Fair. I highly recomend. thanks guys!

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★★★★★

Fast Efficient and Fair. I highly recomend. thanks guys!

 

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