About AAMCO Transmissions & Total Car Care - 7751

Top Services

  • Air Conditioning Recharge
  • Alternator Replacement
  • Brake Pad and Rotor Replacement
  • Catalytic Converter Replacement
  • Radiator Replacement
  • Scheduled Maintenance Service
  • Serpentine Belt Replacement
  • Spark plug Replacement
  • Transmission Fluid Services
  • Transmission Repair

Top Vehicles Serviced

  • Acura
  • Audi
  • BMW
  • Honda
  • Hyundai
  • Jeep
  • Mazda
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • Nissan
  • Subaru
  • Toyota
  • Volkswagen


Warranties are honored Nationwide at all AAMCO centers

Rebuilt Transmission (most vehicles): NOTE: Cars, trucks & vans with a manufacturer's rated capacity of one ton and under receive a 36/50 (US) or 36/80 (Canada) warranty. EXCEPTIONS: vehicles with manual transmissions, vehicles over one ton, RV's, police/fire/emergency vehicles, vehicles used as/for rentals, taxis, limousine, snow plowing, commercial towing or "high rail" applications (modified for use on RR tracks). These exception type vehicles receive a 12/12 (US) or 12/20 (Canada) warranty. You can identify the carrying capacity by the VIN. On domestic vehicles, the vehicle is eligible for the 36/50 (US) or 36/80 (Canada) warranty if the 6th digit of the VIN is 3 or less.

  • 36/50 (included in published price)
  • 36/100 (add $50)
  • 12/12 (subtract $100)

Remanufactured Transmission:

  • 36/50 (included in published price)
  • 36/100 (add $50)

Minor/External Transmission Service (including component replacement):

  • 12/12 (included in published price)

Valve Body Service (includes replaced components & labor):

  • 12/12 (included in published price)

Clutch Assembly Service:

  • 12/12 (included in published price)

Total Car Care Services (not related to the transmission):

  • 12/12 (included in published price)

Services Offered

  • Air conditioning diagnosis
  • Air conditioning recharge
  • Alternator replacement
  • Axle shaft oil seal replacement
  • Battery replacement
  • Brake master cylinder
  • Brake pad replacement
  • Brake rotor Replacement
  • Brake shoe replacement
  • Brake system diagnosis
  • Catalytic Converter replacement
  • Check engine light diagnosis
  • Coolant system flush
  • Diagnose my vehicle
  • Drive belt replacement
  • Electrical system diagnosis
  • Engine mount replacement
  • Engine oil and filter change
  • Exhaust replacement
  • Fuel pump replacement
  • Fuel system repairs
  • HVAC blower motor
  • Hybrid battery replacement
  • Hybrid inverter assembly
  • Ignition system diagnosis
  • Minor/external transmission service
  • Muffler replacement
  • Oxygen sensor replacement
  • Radiator replacement
  • Serpentine / drive belt
  • Spark plug replacement
  • Starter replacement
  • Suspension ball joint
  • Timing belt replacement
  • Tire replacement
  • Tire rotation
  • Transmission diagnosis
  • Transmission repair
  • Valve body service
  • Wheel alignment

Vehicles Serviced

  • Acura
  • Audi
  • BMW
  • Buick
  • Cadillac
  • Chevrolet
  • Chrysler
  • Dodge
  • FIAT
  • Ford
  • GMC
  • Genesis
  • Honda
  • Hyundai
  • Infiniti
  • Isuzu
  • Jaguar
  • Jeep
  • Kia
  • Land Rover
  • Lexus
  • Lincoln
  • MINI
  • Mazda
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • Mercury
  • Mitsubishi
  • Nissan
  • Oldsmobile
  • Pontiac
  • Porsche
  • Ram
  • Saturn
  • Scion
  • Subaru
  • Suzuki
  • Toyota
  • Volkswagen
  • Volvo
  • smart

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"The service was good but slow, the appointment was so stretched, they told me two days to finish but took them a week. Then it appeared that they didn’t start working on my car till 4 days after I dropped it off. Which cost me $200 extra for a car rental"
"Somebody at this shop took my lifetime warranty K&N airfilter and replaced it with a gas guzzling engine suffocator , STICK TO TRANSMISSIONS of which yall are decent at."
"The guys were great and Tommy explained to me everything I needed to know about maintaining my car."
"The first time I went to this AAMCO, the cable that controls the release for gas tank and trunk had just snapped. I was extremely worried that I wouldn't be able to go to get gas. My tank was probably low at the time. I called around and this was the first shop that could get me in. It's a transmission shop but they said they knew what they were doing. It cost something like $100 for them to tell me that the cable that I knew had snapped had in fact snapped and that it would be a little less than $300 for them to fix it. They said I could get credit for the money spent on the diagnosis if they fixed it. I called around for other quotes. They were in the same ballpark. A little less than 300 dollars. One mechanic suggested that if I could just use the trunk remote unlock button on my key fob I could get to the trunk. In the trunk is a cable. If I pull that cable I can open the gas tank shield switch thingy and get gas. Perfect. I decide to forgo paying $300. It's a bit over a year later at this point. I decide to buy a bike. I buy a bike rack. I leave the bike rack in my trunk for a while and then I finally decide to put it on my car. In my excitement I lock the keys in the trunk. Oops. In their infinite wisdom the engineers at Honda had thought that anyone who bought a 2007 Civic EX coupe would likely be privy to valuables that they might need to hide from valets. They also decided that it was imperative that they make the trunk a safe area for those valuables. They did not think that the glove box might need to be locked, but I digress... There are two main ways to access the trunk of a 2007 Honda civic therefore: the cable (broken, remember?) and the release button on the remote (trunk). I call Tom at AAMCO back and tell him the story and ask for a current quote. I had a quote for $284 from another shop at this point but I remember Tom saying something about credit for the obvious diagnosis he charged me for and his quote from the year before had been in that range so whatever. Tom doesn't remember me. I remind him. He says he can have me in the next Monday (a week). I say that won't work because of my need for gas and he magically has time Wednesday, but he can't give me a quote before then because he has to pull my records out of storage or something. Wonderful. Wednesday I convince my roommate to follow me to drop off my car. At the shop Tom tells me the job will be $400 something, but, he'll give me a $50 credit for the "diagnosis" a year earlier. His price is $70 over my other quote. Part of this no doubt lies in parts cost. He tells me that the part he needs cost $60. I have seen it online for $30. I decide to leave the car anyway because I had a ride situation worked out and my time is already valuable enough not to waste on its' own. An hour later I get a call from Tom complaining that his tech can't get into the trunk. Again, this was the entire reason I dropped the car off in the first place. I suggest some remedies but Tom wasn't having any of it. He told me it would cost $200 extra on top of the insane amount he had already quoted. I told him if his shop wasn't up to it then I could take my business to the lower priced competitor. When I grabbed my keys he tried to sell me the cable he bought for "cost". I almost did take it to the other shop. Instead my friend and were able to pop the trunk with a broom handle and flashlight in less than an hour. Google won't allow lower than one star and maybe Tom and his crew are good with transmissions, so I guess they can have it, but I wouldn't recommend this shop for anything else. "
"Went in there to get a simple task done, guy at the front desk was trying to up sale me from the get go. I guess I was an inconvenience to whatever he was doing b/c he was rude from the start. If you are female I would take a guy. Don't get up sold. I just needed a ball joint packed with grease on my new control arm. Looked at me like I was a moron & said we can put the car up & run diagnostics. Just wanted more money. First & last time going there."


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