Do Not Trust What They Tell You
SPRINGDALE, ARKANSAS -- I had a problem with my Lincoln, the transmission at times would shift erratically. the transmission would do this occasionally. I took it to Amoco because they were a national company and I assumed they were trustworthy and did good work, boy was I surprised. the guy drove my car into the shop, popped the hood, pulled the transmission dipstick, looked at it, and put it back. he then started the car worked the shift lever up and down, he turned the car off and shut the hood. he then went off to another part of the shop, after about 10 minutes he came back backed the car out and parked it.
Another man came into the waiting area and told me my transmission " was fried ", I asked him what had they found he said they put it on the computer analyzer and it needed to be replaced because it was fried. I asked what that cost and he said 2,000.00, he didn't look up anything in the computer or check any kind of resource he just said 2,000.00. I told him I didn't believe the transmission was bad and asked for some kind of printout or something from his analyzer which he didn't have, he had nothing to back up his claim. being that a analyzer was never hooked up to my car, a report from the analyzer didn't exist.
liars and cons are all these people are, I am going to make sure I inform everyone I know about this place. the thing is I went to another local owned transmission shop and was told a solenoid was bad, they replaced the solenoid and my car runs like brand new. this repair cost less than $100.00. so there you go