- Report: #884003
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Complaint Review: Mr. Transmission
Mr. Transmission1801 Manchester Expy Columbus, Georgia United States of America
Mr. Transmission Sham artist, deceptive diagnosis, and waste of time & money! Columbus Georgia
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After 8 weeks, they said it was completed but the car was in the exact same condition as when i brought it in. So I took it back and they spent the next 6 additional weeks "working" on it. After many contentious conversations, I finally get the car back. However, "fixed" seems to be a subjective term for Mike and Mr. Transmission.
The car vibrates during acceleration and leaks transmission fluid. I check the fluid level the next day and it was 2 full quarts overfilled! You would think they could properly fill a transmission but no. I have since had the leak diagnosed by a non-transmission shop and they showed me that they left the gasket off the differential cover. They just tried to use a silicone goop to seal it. Very "shade tree" if you ask me.
The experience was so bad that I won't even consider using their warranty. I know Mike also owns the Mr. Transmission in Auburn, Alabama so I would avoid that place too. I checked the local Better Business Bureau and they have a F rating with over 20 unresolved complaints. Avoid this sham repair shop and take your business elsewhere. You can't possible do worse.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/17/2012 07:37 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Mr-Transmission/Columbus-Georgia-31904/Mr-Transmission-Sham-artist-deceptive-diagnosis-and-waste-of-time-money-Columbus-Ge-884003. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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