AAMCO Transmissions - CLOSED

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  • 6435 S Cicero Ave

    Chicago, IL 60638

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  • 773-582-4770

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These guys are great! I'll make a commercial for them. They got me in before my apointment, nice, very well priced and over all a cool experiance. 5 stars all day long. Keep up the good work!!!

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These guys are great! I'll make a commercial for them. They got me in before my apointment, nice, very well priced and over all a cool experiance. 5 stars all day long. Keep up the good work!!!

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My transmission had been acting up and finally went out not too far from home while exiting an expressway. I managed to make it home and after much consideration, I called Aamoco.
They were polite and made me feel as if I had made the right decision and I did regarding my transmission. They did the work quickly and fairly priced and it came with a good warranty. I then noticed a television ad from Amaco regarding them branching out into the field of engines. Since my "check engine" light was on I took it in to them after making an appointment. I was then told I need to bring the car back for further evaluation which I did. They had my car for 6 hours. When I called to see what was up, I was told I had a bad coil pack. Upon further discussion it turned out the mechanic had an abandoned vehicle in the back that was the same year and model as my vehicle. He was removiing new parts from my car and replacing them with parts from this abandoned car to find the problem. They then said it would cost about $800 for a new coil pack and have it installed. Plus I owed $389 for the work that had already been done.I hit the roof. I called Auto Zone to see how much they were, and read my cars manual to see how difficult replacement would be to replace. For less than 1/4 the price they quoted I bought a new coil pack and my son and husband installed it in less than 45 minutes. This was also the first time either of them had done this. I also refused to pay for work done by switching out my new parts and putting in used parts from an abandoned vehicle and the fee was waived. The were polite while dealing with me while I was upset. I requested my new parts back and received them.

PROS: friendly staff and very knowledgeable about transmissions
CONS: in the dark regarding motor work

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My transmission had been acting up and finally went out not too far from home while exiting an expressway. I managed to make it home and after much consideration, I called Aamoco.
They were polite and made me feel as if I had made the right decision and I did regarding my transmission. They did the work quickly and fairly priced and it came with a good warranty. I then noticed a television ad from Amaco regarding them branching out into the field of engines. Since my "check engine" light was on I took it in to them after making an appointment. I was then told I need to bring the car back for further evaluation which I did. They had my car for 6 hours. When I called to see what was up, I was told I had a bad coil pack. Upon further discussion it turned out the mechanic had an abandoned vehicle in the back that was the same year and model as my vehicle. He was removiing new parts from my car and replacing them with parts from this abandoned car to find the problem. They then said it would cost about $800 for a new coil pack and have it installed. Plus I owed $389 for the work that had already been done.I hit the roof. I called Auto Zone to see how much they were, and read my cars manual to see how difficult replacement would be to replace. For less than 1/4 the price they quoted I bought a new coil pack and my son and husband installed it in less than 45 minutes. This was also the first time either of them had done this. I also refused to pay for work done by switching out my new parts and putting in used parts from an abandoned vehicle and the fee was waived. The were polite while dealing with me while I was upset. I requested my new parts back and received them.

PROS: friendly staff and very knowledgeable about transmissions
CONS: in the dark regarding motor work

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