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What are your guys experiences with Aamco Transmissions? I had them replace a trans for me once before. Worst service ever. Alignment was way off. You had to force the car to go straight. I didnt bother to get this problem fixed because it went right to the dealership for a trade in. But my new(used) car grinds and I believe it needs new syncros. I'm going to try and replace it with different fluid to see if that helps. How much would they charge for a full manual rebuild? (I will bring them the trans already out of the car) What is the turn around time? Do these people actually do their jobs right? I thought about rebuilding it myself. I am mechanically inclined. But I have only disassembled and reassembled a TH400. I have never had experience with a manual. Since I would be brand new, what do you think it will cost for all the tools and rebuild kit? How long do you think it would take me? P_M_B: I know, I dont wanna go back, but I dont know of any other places. Im guessing the reason the alignment was off was because they had to take the knuckles off to get the drive shafts out (toyota solara). And never readjusted them properly.

Asked By: Cameron K - 4/8/2008
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I have experience with AAMCO. Unless they are under new management and have replaced every single one of their technicians, I would not use them... More
Answered By: wizard8100@sbcglobal.net - 4/8/2008
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I wouldn't trust them or any chain service shop. I would ask around and get a neighborhood mechanic that people have good things to say about.
Answered By: Deborah M - 4/8/2008
 
Depends on the trans. Is this a rockcrusher? or just some festiva tranny... More
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Answered By: Rich R - 4/8/2008
 
i always wonder why people will go back to a place they thought they had poor service in. you even said urself that it was the worst service ever. so no matter what anyone else thinks of them if ur not happy dont go back....even though them changing ur transmission had nothing at all to do with the cars alignment... More
Answered By: P_M_B - 4/8/2008
 
I've never heard anything good about Aamco, and alot of bad things about them. Of course people share bad experiences more often than they do good, and they are still in business. But from what I have read about them it seems their biggest customer base is first time customers who are looking for the cheapest deal... More
Answered By: fatedstar7 - 4/8/2008
 
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