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By: Carina S.
Independent Transmissions Of Michigan Inc
My trans was slipping and I took it in, he said it might last awhile so I took it home. A week later it wouldn't drive so they towed it in... And they paid for the tow since the trans needed to be rebuilt. They did this at a fair price and great turn around time! My husband (who is the primary driver) noticed it wasn't driving right. I took it back and they said all cars need an alignment after but they don't do that. They could refer me to a place to get one for $90. I told them I was upset no one told me that when I asked for the cost and cost breakdown! Oh, and I had a wheel bearing going bad (also something I asked them to check out a couple weeks ago when the fixed the transmission that they said was fine). That would cost $340. I called my regular repair shop who could have the alignment and wheel bearing done in two hours for $250. Independent said they are usually more expensive than other places for this type of repair because it's not what they usually do. However, $180 difference between those repairs is price gouging. Finally, when I got to my repair shop they inspected my car and said the wheel bearing was the least of my problems, the ball joints were bad, so bad that he could push back and forth on my tire and I could see the movement from the other side of the shop! I still think they independent can do good, fast trans work, but they are NOT thorough and price gouge on non-trans fixes.

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