AAMCO Columbus, OH

3197 N High St, Columbus, OH 43202

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I cannot say enough good things about this shop and would give more than 5 stars if I could! Our transmission went out exactly one week before our Disney vacation that we were planning on using the van for. Called around and we’re told repeatedly that it will be 2-3 weeks because we had warranty on it and warranty companies drag their feet. Called Aamco and Seema was so friendly and helpful, said she works with our warranty company all the time and that she would do her absolute best to have it done by Friday for us to leave with it. She did exactly what she said and on top of that, kept in constant contact with updates and was so personable. Thank you for saving our vacation and getting the van done is such an amazingly speedy manner!

Christie Corbin

a year ago Google Reviews
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I had my transmission rebuilt my AAMCO and they did a great job. They communicated with me through the entire process and the work was completed in a timely manner. They also had me bring my van back to check for any leaks from my transmission. The price was reasonable and the service was excellent. Will definitely use them if I have any other problems.

Claudia Green

2 years ago Google Reviews
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While I didn't end up getting my transmission work done through their shop, Seema (sp?) at the N. High St. location was one of the most helpful transmission shop representatives with whom I spoke when getting competitive quotes via phone. They were willing and able to provide a price range of services based upon historical repairs their shop has performed. They also offer the option of the customer agreeing to R&R (Remove & Reinstall) costs to determine extent of needed repairs by dropping and opening transmission. Then customer can select Rebuild vs. "Re-man" (Remanufactured) after hearing more precise and informed repair estimate.

Shayne Caples

6 months ago Google Reviews