Company refuses to honor it's warranty. Their mechanic improperly inst... read more Company refuses to honor it's warranty. Their mechanic improperly installed a transmission and they charged to fix his errors. I recently brought in a friend's Nissan Altima to have the transmission replaced and had it charged to my AAMCO Credit Card account. After picking the picking up the auto, the starter made a grinding noise when attempting to start the vehicle. Believing this to be a separate problem I took it to my regular mechanic. He stated that the problem was the screw in the transmission mounting was improperly installed and was causing damage to the starter. We had the car towed to their shop. The manager "Charlie" informed us that since another mechanic looked at the vehicle they would not honor the warranty. This is unacceptable because without having a third party inspect the vehicle how would they be found at fault. It is all around bad business to allow your employees to perform substandard work, and even worse practice not to fix the problem when it does occur.I currently have an open complaint with the better business bureau about the matter.
Rebuilt transmission installed, died five months later. Owner refused ... read more Rebuilt transmission installed, died five months later. Owner refused to honor the warranty. When transmission was installed, I was told coil #2 needed replacing as well as spark plugs. I later learned this repair was not made. A different mechanic pulled the factory installed, original coil #2 and demonstrated beyond doubt it was not a replacement part. Beware.
Trusted mechanic for my 1988.5 Ferrari 328 GTS. Frank has taken excell... read more Trusted mechanic for my 1988.5 Ferrari 328 GTS. Frank has taken excellent care of my car for the last three years and I would recommend his services to anyone.