I brought my truck here for them to help me figure out why it was leaking transmission fluid. They said they’d look through my truck and charged me over $100. That’s fine. But all they found in their report was that my transmission was leaking, which I’d already told them. Their remedy was to simply replace every transmission cooling line for $2500. I made sure to get my truck out of there fast. Instead of finding where and why it was leaking, their solution was to just replace everything? I was able to bring it to another mechanic who found that it was leaking at a fitting going into the radiator. Replacing the fitting and a transmission flush cost me less than $300. I’m sure these guys do good work. They didn’t put much effort into finding my problem though. Theyre not looking to save you any money.
Hi Steven- we're sorry we didn't offer a 5 star experience and explain your issues better. All three of your transmission lines were leaking to various degrees due to age and use. Transmission cooler lines are typically only available as a complete set but due to the age of your vehicle only a partial set was available and the third leaking line was not and had to be made on site to fit properly. We don't usually do partial repairs or "band aids" as we can't offer our 3 year 36k mile warranty and customers aren't generally happy if we only fix part of their complaint they brought their vehicle in for or if the problem reappears and leads to more issues down the road.
- Honest-1 Auto Care New Brighton