I first purchased a used transmission for my 1999 Dodge Durango from Midwest Recycling on November 24, 2012 for $415. I paid cash for this transmission. I had the transmission delivered from Midwest Recycling and put into my vehicle here in Wisconsin. I paid $400.00 at that time to install the transmission that I purchased from Midwest Recycling. Midwest Recycling gave a 60 day warranty on the transmission from the date that the transmission was delivered which was November 24, 2012.
That transmission turned out to be junk. I called Midwest Recycling and they found me another transmission, because they said (and my receipt also states) that they only do exchanges. They do not return money. This second transmission Midwest Recycling would not deliver. I therefore had a friend drive all the way out to Illinois to pick up this second transmission. That was on January 19, 2013. The 60 day warranty for this second transmission began on that date as well, January 19, 2013. the install for this second transmission cost me another $315. This second transmission also turned out to be junk. I had to get my vehicle towed to the place where I had the transmission put in. I do not have the exact date, but it was sometime in early February, 2013. As of this date, April 19, 2013, I am still waiting for a third transmission (in exchange for the second bad transmission) from Midwest Recycling.
I and a friend have called practically every day and spoken with Dwayne (or a tow truck driver that works for Midwest Recycling), the owner of Midwest Recycling, and have gotten the complete run around. Dwayne is in yet, Dwayne will be in later, Dwyane is at the auction. Sometimes when we have called, the phone rings and rings and rings and then you get a busy single. My warranty on the second transmission has now expired. Dwayne keeps saying he will take care of me, but to date, has done nothing but give me excuses.