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Transmission Service reviews in Twin Falls

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    Tony's 2T Auto
    I called Tony's 2T Auto on 12/12/12 and asked them for a quote of the work to be done. The original work to be done was replacing the  High Pressure Power Steering Line and fixing an oil leak on what I thought was on the lower oil pan. They told me that it would be about $250 to $300. I said that was going to be great. When they found the other leaks and had replaced the line behind the oil pan, I was sure that we were going to go over budget. They assured me that we were not going to go over budget. At that point they had replaced the power steering line and line running behind the oil pan. At this point they had found that the O-ring behind the oil cooler was bad and we were still under budget at $233. They had explained to me that we would still be in budget, but would need the car for a few more hours. At this point it was 12/13/12 at 5 o'clock. So since we had another car that was fine. When we came to pick up the car on my girlfriend's lunch hour the car was fixed and still in budget. After paying for the work we went out to the car and had found that they had not only washed the car, but had also vacuumed the inside of the vehicle and it was the best job I had seen. I was beyond impressed with the work they had performed. By going with Tony's 2T Auto I saved over $500 from our initial quote of $800 to get the car fixed.
    - Jacob F.
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    AAMCO Transmissions
    Auto mechanics are a lot like doctors, in that we have to take them at their word, but unlike physicians, mechanics are not held up to a professional standard in order to continue their services.  So the most important thing any mechanic can and should be selling, is trust, and understanding.  
    I drive a 1998 Dodge 2500 Diesel, and my transmission has had problems for years, and I've know for some time that it would need to be rebuilt, and that I would not be doing it.  So finally when my overdrive crapped out on me I took it to Aamco for an estimate.  After inspecting my truck, the mechanic who greeted me told me the final price should come in around 22 hundred to 24 hundred dollars.  It would take a few days to round up the cash, and I wanted to use the truck for an upcoming hunting trip, and the mechanic told me that all would be well as long as I didn't go over 45 MPH.  The day after my hunting trip I took the truck in, and two days latter Aamco called me back with a total of 2972 dollars,  that's more than 6 hundred dollars more than the original.  But this time I was talking to the owner, so I asked him why it was more than the 22 to 24 hundred originally quoted,  he explained that there was an internal pump (not part of the rebuild cost) that had to be replaced.  But Aamco had made no effort to call and explain, they just did the work, then expected me to pay it.  So I paid them just great full to have my truck back and my transmission working well.  And it does work well.
     After a couple of weeks I noticed that there were pools of transmission fluid under my truck, and that my four wheel drive wasn't working, and these were serious issues to me, being that on my hunting trip my four wheel drive was working fine, and in the more than 5 years I've owned my truck my transmission fluid had NEVER leaked.  I took my truck back into Aamco expressing mild concern in hopes that the problems could be worked out.  The owner explained that the leak was coming from my transmission lines not my transmission.  Understandingly I was confused, before Aamco my transmission didn't work right, but my 4WD did and my lines didn't leak.   After Aamco my transmission worked but my 4WD didn't and my lines leaked.  I wanted the owner to explain this amazing phenomenon to me but he became outright belligerent with me, and lets just say we parted on negative terms.  
    My truck is used, and I know it, there are more than 225,000 miles on it, and I know things need to be repaired on occasion, but the owner of Aamco in Twin falls wouldn't bend at all.  He wouldn't admit his business ever so much as laid a finger on my transmission lines or transfer case.  I understand that these things are separate from the transmission and I will gladly pay to have them fixed, just somewhere else.  My only dissatisfaction with Aamco Twin Falls comes from the lack of communication, and the unprofessional way communication was handled by the owner, that, and the discrepancy from original quote, to the final sum.  If I get any quote from any mechanic in the future, I'll get it in writing.
    - Harold C.
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    Tony's 2T Auto
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    - Lynne B.
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    AAMCO Transmissions
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    - Laura C.
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