Lee Myles on Bell Rd., Phoenix,Az. Supposedly rebuilt our
transmission. 8 months later,2 months after the warrenty ran out, the tranny went out again.
The price we paid was $1200.00 for this plus two towing charges. They wanted another $1200.00 to rebuild it again! We had no choice because of our financial situation and the arrangments they made in house for us.
They supposedly rebuilt it again, this time with a tranny cooler added at no charge and also charged us another $250.00(included in the original price) for new motor mounts which needed replacing even though they replaced them on the first go round.
By the way, we had replaced both transaxles four days before we took it to them the first time and had to replace them again when we got it back. When we got it back the second time, it was making a noise and the linkage was out of adjustment as it was the first time.They told my son to bring it in on the upcoming Wed. for service. The Tues. night before it locked
up on him at forty miles an hour and totally destroyed the tranny, case and all. It ended up, they refused to fix it saying it was because the car was lowered.
We had to buy another tranny and tow it elsewhere to be fixed. The mechanic there told us the tranny fluid lines were hooked up wrong amongst other things. Well, Lee Myles still wants their money even though it cost me a fortune to fix their mistakes. I sent the BBB a letter via internet about this but have never heard back from them.
There is more to the story but this
is the main part. P.S. They have a whole ONE certified mechanic
working there, the rest are hands on mechanics. I wonder who watches them and teaches them when the certified mechanic is busy or off!!!