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AAMCO Transmissions and Total Car Care

Phone: (704) 334-5319Fax: (704) 333-65222413 S. Tryon Street, CharlotteNC 28203-4963

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4 complaints closed with BBB in last 3 years | 0 closed in last 12 months
Complaint TypeTotal Closed Complaints
Guarantee / Warranty Issues1
Problems with Product / Service3
Advertising / Sales Issues0
Billing / Collection Issues0
Delivery Issues0
Total Closed Complaints 4

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Complaint Resolution Log (4)
11/11/2014Problems with Product / Service | Read Complaint Details
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Complaint
I had My 2003 Isuzu Axiom Toll to xxxxx. With Transmission Problems, They rebuild my transmission, I am not satisfied with the work.
Since I had my Transmission rebuild, I had to take my car back to them four times regarding the same problem. They tell me that it is the TPS that is why my Engine light is on, But yet my Check Transmission light is blinking of and on and won't go off. When I drive my car it back fires each time I come to a stop and I hear noises underneath my car like bell ringing. I am tire of the run around. And the problems still happening check engine light on, Check transmission light is on No good service car isn't driving right. Paying all this money, and no good service.

Desired Settlement
If I have to take my car to have it service again I don't want to be the one to pick up the bill. I am tired. I just want my car service the right way. And get the service I paid for.

Business Response
We performed a transmission rebuild service on this vehicle on 3/28/14. We informed Ms. XXXXX and her husband that there was an engine code stored in the engine control module pertaining to the "Throttle Positioning Sensor" P1220 - TPS 2 Circuit Fault. We recommended they have an engine repair facility investigate this code for them.

Since We delivered this vehicle back to Ms. XXXXX and her husband on 3/28/14, they've brought it back to this repair facility on 9/22/14, 9/30/14, and 10/31/14 with the following complaints:

9/22/14 - trans light is on - friday made a pop or pull like it's not catching properly.
9/30/14 - trans light is flashing/ not changing gears properly
10/31/14 - check engine & check trans light are on dash

In each case our diagnostic check resulted in the following findings:

9/22/14 - "No Transmission Problem" (NTP), with the following codes: p0401-- egr insufficient flow
p1220-- throttle position sensor 2 circuit fault
leaking engine oil

9/30/14 - No Transmission Problem (NTP), with the following codes: p0401-- egr insufficient flow, p1140-- tps 1 output abnormal and leaking engine oil

10/31/14 - No Transmission Problem (NTP), with the following codes: p0401-- egr insufficient flow, p1125-- electronic throttle control limit performance mode, p1295-- electronic throttle control power management mode, p1120-- tps 1 output abnormal, p1220-- tps 2 circuit fault

We informed Ms. XXXXX and her husband today after completing the diagnostic checks that they still had an issue with their Throttle Control System, which they'd previously told us they'd paid another shop to address.

Ms. XXXXX told us today that this shop was no longer answering their phone and that she intended to get us to address the engine related issues on her vehicle and intended to contact the BBB in order to force us to do so.

We informed Ms. XXXXX that it was certainly her right to contact whoever she felt compelled to contact, but the problems with her vehicle are unrelated to the work she and her husband paid us to perform on her vehicle and thus the AAMCO warranty would not cover these Throttle and engine related issues.

We stand ready to honor the AAMCO transmission warranty on Ms. XXXXX vehicle. Unfortunately, the issues she continues to have are not transmission related.

Please feel free to contact us should you require any additional information.


06/05/2014Problems with Product / Service | Read Complaint Details
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Complaint
I took the car to receive transmission work, which took them a week. Upon returning the car he says take it to a GM dealer there is no power steering.
LEASING THE VEHICLE FROM OCT 2013. THIS IS MY 2ND TRANSMISSION ISSUE. UPON HANDLING THE 1ST ISSUE WITH TRANSMISSION ALL PARTS WERE WARRANTIED. BROUGHT CAR TO SHOP MAY 14 2014 WITH CAR STRUGGLING TO PICK UP SPEED. NO OTHER ISSUES. MAY 15TH THE ISSUE HAD BEEN DIAGNOSED AND SAID REPAIRS WOULD BE STARTED THAT DAY.RECEIVED CALL FROM SHOP ON MAY 19 2014 STATING TRANSMISSION WAS REBUILT AND WAITING TO BE REPLACED BACK IN CAR. I WAS TOLD CAR WOULD BE READY MAY 20 2014, CALLED AROUND CLOSING TIME ON THE DAY OF THE ESTIMATED RETURN. RECEIVED CALL ON 21 STATING CAR WAS COMPLETED, BUT AN ADDITIONAL POWER STEERING ISSUE HAD OCCURED AND THAT GM WOULD BETTER ASSIST ME BECAUSE OF PREVIOUS RECALL PARTS. xxxxx A CUSTOMER SERVICE REP INFORMED ME THAT HE SPOKE WITH ********** ABOUT THE ISSUE. WHEN I CALLED ********** THEY HAD NO RECORD OF HIS REPORT, ON THE SAME DAY MAY 21 2014 I ATTEMPT TO GET CAR TO GM BC ********** SAID TO TAKE THERE. THERE WAS SUCH A HASSLE DUE TO IT BEING CL8SE TO CLOSING TIME FOR THE TRANSMISSION SHOP AND THE GM REPAIR SHOP. WHEN PICKIN CAR UP FROM TRANSMISSION SHOP ON MAY 22 2014, xxxxx PROVIDED ME WITH A INVOICE SHOWING NO WORK OR PARTS BEING USED DURING THE REPAIR TIME OF A FULL WEEK, AND A RECALL SHEET FROM OFF OF xxxxx. TOLD xxxxx I FELT THEY MAY HAVE DAMAGED THE POWER STEERING AND HE DENIED. TOLD ME THEY ONLY DEAL WITH TRANSMISSIONS, BUT WAS ABLE TO EXPLAIN TO ME THAT IT WAS MY POWER STEERING MOTOR. MY BIGGEST ISSUE IS THAT NO ONE IS WILLING TO FIX THE REPAIRS FOR THE VEHICLE SEEING AS THERE IS NO RECALL ON MY PARTICULAR CAR.

Desired Settlement
AAMCO-xxxxx
WOULD LIKE THEM TO REPLACE OR PROVIDE FUND FOR REPLACEMENT OF THE POWER STEERING MOTOR. BEFORE TAKIN CAR THERE WAS NO ISSUE WITH DRIVING OR STEERING, TOW MAN DROVE CAR ON TO TOW TRUCK WITH NO PROBLEM OTHER THAN SPEED FROM TRANSMISSION. I IN NO WAY FEEL RESPONSIBLE BECAUSE THE SHOP IDENTIFIED THE PROBLEM AND MADE ME AWARE OF IT THE DAY OF PICK UP.

Business Response
This AAMCO Repair center performed repairs on Ms. ******'s vehicle on the behalf of ********* Car Sales. This work was performed under the ********* warranty between Ms. ****** and *********, which dictates how all repairs are handled.

In this case and as Ms. ****** states the following in her complaint:

I took the car to receive transmission work, which took them a week. Upon returning the car he says take it to a GM dealer there is no power steering.

LEASING THE VEHICLE FROM OCT 2013. THIS IS MY 2ND TRANSMISSION ISSUE. UPON HANDLING THE 1ST ISSUE WITH TRANSMISSION ALL PARTS WERE WARRANTIED. BROUGHT CAR TO SHOP MAY 14 2014 WITH CAR STRUGGLING TO PICK UP SPEED. NO OTHER ISSUES. MAY 15TH THE ISSUE HAD BEEN DIAGNOSED AND SAID REPAIRS WOULD BE STARTED THAT DAY.RECEIVED CALL FROM SHOP ON MAY 19 2014 STATING TRANSMISSION WAS REBUILT AND WAITING TO BE REPLACED BACK IN CAR. I WAS TOLD CAR WOULD BE READY MAY 20 2014, CALLED AROUND CLOSING TIME ON THE DAY OF THE ESTIMATED RETURN. RECEIVED CALL ON 21 STATING CAR WAS COMPLETED, BUT AN ADDITIONAL POWER STEERING ISSUE HAD OCCURED AND THAT GM WOULD BETTER ASSIST ME BECAUSE OF PREVIOUS RECALL PARTS. ***** A CUSTOMER SERVICE REP INFORMED ME THAT HE SPOKE WITH DRIVE TIME ABOUT THE ISSUE. WHEN I CALLED DRIVE TIME THEY HAD NO RECORD OF HIS REPORT, ON THE SAME DAY MAY 21 2014 I ATTEMPT TO GET CAR TO GM BC DRIVE TIME SAID TO TAKE THERE. THERE WAS SUCH A HASSLE DUE TO IT BEING CL8SE TO CLOSING TIME FOR THE TRANSMISSION SHOP AND THE GM REPAIR SHOP. WHEN PICKIN CAR UP FROM TRANSMISSION SHOP ON MAY 22 2014, ***** PROVIDED ME WITH AN INVOICE SHOWING NO WORK OR PARTS BEING USED DURING THE REPAIR TIME OF A FULL WEEK, AND A RECALL SHEET FROM OFF OF GOOGLE. TOLD ***** I FELT THEY MAY HAVE DAMAGED THE POWER STEERING AND HE DENIED. TOLD ME THEY ONLY DEAL WITH TRANSMISSIONS, BUT WAS ABLE TO EXPLAIN TO ME THAT IT WAS MY POWER STEERING MOTOR. MY BIGGEST ISSUE IS THAT NO ONE IS WILLING TO FIX THE REPAIRS FOR THE VEHICLE SEEING AS THERE IS NO RECALL ON MY PARTICULAR CAR.

Business Response:

We repaired her transmission under the ********* warranty inforce on her vehicle. Unfortunately, when it came time to conduct a final test drive on May 21st, we found that the power steering assist motor was not working properly. We contacted ********* to notify them of this new issue, and they asked us to inform Ms. ****** that she would need to take her vehicle to the GM dealership, and that it would likely be covered under a GM factory recall for this item.

Apparently, the dealer informed her that her vehicle was no longer covered by the GM factory recall and that GM would not repair the power steering assist motor for FREE. It was at this point that she contacted us and expressed her feelings regarding this situation and threatened to contact the BBB in an effort to force us to cover the cost associated with the repair of her power assist motor.

********* informed us the following day that they would cover the cost of the power steering assist motor and the dealer diagnostic cost of $100. All that she was ultimately responsible for was the $100 deductible per the ********* warranty on her vehicle.

In Ms. ******'s BBB complaint she requested the following:

WOULD LIKE THEM TO REPLACE OR PROVIDE FUND FOR REPLACEMENT OF THE POWER STEERING MOTOR. BEFORE TAKIN CAR THERE WAS NO ISSUE WITH DRIVING OR STEERING, TOW MAN DROVE CAR ON TO TOW TRUCK WITH NO PROBLEM OTHER THAN SPEED FROM TRANSMISSION. I IN NO WAY FEEL RESPONSIBLE BECAUSE THE SHOP IDENTIFIED THE PROBLEM AND MADE ME AWARE OF IT THE DAY OF PICK UP.

Business Response:

In view of the fact that what Ms. ****** took issue with in her complaint pertains to something that was covered by her warranty with ********* and which ********* since assumed responsibility for, I would respectfully request that this complaint be removed from our file since it did not ultimately pertain to this business.

Please let me know if you have any questions or require any additional information.

Thanks, **** ******

05/06/2014Guarantee / Warranty Issues | Read Complaint Details
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Complaint
Poor workmanship and less than poor warranty. Also, they quote one price and you leave with another.
We hired Aamco to repair our transmission last January. At the time, they quoted us $1800. After the work was started, they kept adding to the bill with extra work/change orders. The final bill was $3500. The work came with a 1 year warranty or 36,000 miles. Now, they tell us 12,000 miles.

Anyway, 1 year and 2 months later the transmission is trashed. They told us to bring it in and we work something out. We took it to them and they asked for $600 to look at the transmission thinking they would work with us on the transmission. Well, they quoted us $3100 to fix the transmission and offed $100 off.

I will not let them touch the car. Ridiculous.

Desired Settlement
We want the transmission covered by the warranty. We know that is not going to happen.

Regardless, we want the $600 back that they charged us to believe they would work with us on the warranty.

Also, I recommend taking your car somewhere else.

Business Response
xxxxx,

Please find the following attached documents associated with the repair work performed on Mr. xxxxx 2003 Chevrolet xxxxx:

AAMCO Repair Order # xxxxx, dated 1/18/13
AAMCO Repair Order # xxxxx, dated 1/30/13
AAMCO Repair Order # xxxxx, dated 3/13/13
AAMCO Repair Order # xxxxx, dated 4/18/14
Credit Card Receipt, dated 4/24/14

Mr. xxxxx complaint to the BBB was the following:

Poor workmanship and less than poor warranty. Also, they quote one price and you leave with another.

We hired Aamco to repair our transmission last January. At the time, they quoted us $1800. After the work was started, they kept adding to the bill with extra work/change orders. The final bill was $3500. The work came with a 1 year warranty or 36,000 miles. Now, they tell us 12,000 miles.

Anyway, 1 year and 2 months later the transmission is trashed. They told us to bring it in and we work something out. We took it to them and they asked for $600 to look at the transmission thinking they would work with us on the transmission. Well, they quoted us $3100 to fix the transmission and offed $100 off.

I will not let them touch the car. Ridiculous.

xxxx, from Mr. xxxxx company, contacted this shop mid-last week regarding this truck and informed us that they'd experienced a transmission issue with it in the xxxxx, NC area. He indicated another transmission shop recommended replacing it with another one. My manager helped xxxxx make towing arrangements to return the truck to xxxxx, and we agreed to check it once it arrived to determine what repairs would be necessary.

Mr. xxxxx stopped by this center on Friday, April 18, 2014 and asked me to help him with his truck's transmission. I told him that we would check the truck to see what was necessary and go from there.

On Monday, April 21, 2014 we completed an External Diagnostic Service on the vehicle and determined that the transmission had an internal problem and would need to be removed, torn down and inspected to determine the extent of the damage and cost of the repairs. xxxxx provided us with "xxxxx" as a form of verbal authorization for the $600 labor charge to remove, inspect, and if the customer decided not to fix the vehicle, reassemble and reinstall the transmission in the vehicle.

Upon inspection of the transmission, we determined that it had been driven for far too long after something inside had failed and that the transmission damage was so significant and that it would not be cost effective to repair this transmission. We recommended to Mr. xxxxx the replacement of this transmission with either a remanufactured transmission or a used one that had been removed from another similar truck.

Mr. xxxxx told me that he felt it was my responsibility to assume a portion of the repair cost. I told him that we would provide him with a previous customer discount, which I misspoke and said was $100, when in fact this shop's policy under these circumstances is to offer a 10% previous customer discount, which we would be willing to offer to him.

Mr. xxxxx complaint alleges the original repair cost was $3,500, with a 12 month, 36,000 mile warranty. The original repair cost was $2,810.82 and the warranty was 12 month, 12,000 miles, as documented on the attached Repair Order # xxxxx, dated 1/30/13. With an original delivery date and mileage of 2/5/13 and 119,680, respectively, his vehicle was out of warranty based on time and mileage - his truck's current mileage is 138,096.

When Mr. xxxxx insisted that I assume some responsibility for the cost of these repairs I responded to him that in my opinion the damages were a result of this vehicle being driven further then it should have been after something inside the transmission failed. He told me that he had expected this repair to last longer.

I reviewed all of the paperwork associated with his truck and several issues became evident to me that were previously pointed out to Mr. xxxxx and or his employees regarding the mechanical condition of his vehicle when they picked up his truck after each visit to this shop as listed below:

Repair Order #xxxxx, dated 1/18/13 (two weeks prior to original repair)
Complaint: at times it makes a grinding noise/ check engine light comes on & off
Mileage: 119,249

P0101-- Mass airflow circuit out of range
P0300-- Engine misfire detected

Repair Order #xxxxx, dated 1/30/13 (original repair)
Complaint: at times it makes a grinding noise/ check engine light comes on & off/ not shifting properly
Mileage: 119,680

P0300-- random/ multiple cylinder misfire detected
gas & volt gauge do not work properly
speedometer does not work

Repair Order xxxxx, dated 3/13/13
Complaint: After driving for a long time, started jerking in stop 7 Start traffic/leaking fluid
Mileage: 121,461

P0101-- mass airflow circuit out of range
P0300-- engine misfire detected
Has exhaust leak
gauges on dash don't work
engine is misfiring

Repair Order #xxxxx, dated 4/18/14
Complaint: stopped shifting
Mileage: 138,096

P0101-- mass airflow circuit out of range
P0134-- low 02 sensor activity b1 s1
P0154-- low 02 sensor activity b2 s1
P0300-- engine misfire detected
P0706-- trans range sensor circuit out of range
P0741-- tcc performance or stuck off
P0894-- trans component slipping
Has an exhaust leak

What became evident to me after reviewing all of this information was the fact that Mr. xxxxx company continually failed to perform any of the necessary repairs on this vehicle, despite our documenting and pointing out the above information to them each time they visited this center. I understand that this vehicle was a critical part of their company daily business, yet, their failure to properly maintain it and to continue to drive it after something failed was more than likely the reason it failed as it did now, not poor workmanship, nor a poor warranty as Mr. xxxxx alleges.

I misspoke with Mr. xxxxx regarding the amount of discount we offer previous customers under these circumstances and should have said 10%. Plus, we only charged Mr. xxxxx company $300, instead of the $600 labor charge that they authorized.

Please let me know if you have any questions or require any additional information.

Thanks, xxxxx

03/06/2014Problems with Product / Service | Read Complaint Details
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Complaint
June 8/2011 repair for a leaking transmission work was done to stop the leak and other parts was repaired,the leak never stop, I complaint they said it will soon stop leaking, The leak is much worst now than what it was when I first went to them. 15000 miles has been added to this car after repairs. Will not go all the way in drive sometime
Product_Or_Service: Ford
Order_Number: ******
Account_Number: ******

Desired Settlement
Fix the torque converter

Business Response
Please see the attached documentation pertaining to the repairs performed on Mr. xxxxx 2001 Mustang back in 2011, and our offer to extend to Mr. xxxxx a 10% previous discount on any repair work that may now be needed.

Final Consumer Response
(The consumer indicated he/she DID NOT accept the response from the business.)
I ask them to fix the leak only, they call me to report other work needed I told them to fix what was needed. My bill was 1458.01. the leak never stopped the problem with the transmission not going all the way in drive started a little later I believe them and trusted them to fix my car and when I was told it would stop leaking so when the leak was small I believe it was oil until recently as it got worst. I will not pay them 525.00 dollars and the other part is final cost which may very well be much more, I will not pay them twice for the same work.

Final Business Response
During Mr xxxxx visit to our repair center we performed an AAMCO Multipoint Point Inspection on his vehicle and determined that his transmission was leaking from the front area, as was documented on Repair Order xxxxx, dated 2/27/14. We informed Mr. xxxxx of this and that it would be necessary for us to remove and inspect the front area of his transmission to determine what would be needed to remedy his problem. The warranty on the original work expired in 2011, so we offered to extend to Mr. xxxxx a 10% previous customer discount, which we are still willing to honor. He declined our offer and took his vehicle with him.

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BBB file opened: 01/01/1972Business started: 01/01/1967New Owner Date: 09/01/2002
Type of Entity

Corporation

Incorporated: August 2002, NC

Contact Information
Principal: Mr. Michael Cotton (President/Owner)Customer Contact: Mr. Billy Guice (Manager)
Number of Employees

4

Business Category

Auto Repair & Service, Transmissions - Automobile

Alternate Business Names
MCT Enterprises Inc.

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2413 S. Tryon Street

Charlotte, NC 28203-4963

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    Charlotte, NC 28203-4963(704) 334-5319
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