Best 30 Transmission Shops in Redlands, CA with Reviews - YP.com
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04/27/2015
By: Kial D.
J & C Transmissions Shop
Wow, Rolman is a maestro in a transmission. I had a throw out bearing go, I took my jeep to him, and he got me quality American made parts, a nice new clutch plate, a new clutch assembly, and a new shifter grommet for my jeep, and a tranny fluid flush/replacement and installed all for under 700 bucks. She shifts like a dream now. You'd be foolish to go anywhere else if you are close to Redlands. I knew the problem and relayed it "those guys on the other side of the highway" and they quoted me at 1200 to start. Roman and his employees are efficient, ethical, experts. I dropped it off on a Thursday afternoon and picked it up on Saturday morning. I couldn't have found better if I tried. I got lucky and saw his shop sign from the highway, read his Google reviews, and gave him a shot and am very happy I did. A true professional.
02/05/2015
By: Yello page C.
AAMCO Transmissions & Total Car Care
Mike and his crew were able to find my problem and repair it at a price that was than most other shops will be back for all my auto repairs
02/05/2015
By: Yello page C.
AAMCO Transmissions & Total Car Care
honest shop will keep you well informed.
10/08/2014
By: Matt K.
J & C Transmissions Shop
A friend Referred me because my transmission was throwing a code and the transmission would go into limp mode which is when the transmission is stuck in 3rd gear and after 2 other transmission shops couldn't fix my problem and told me that is was in the wiring took it to J & C they took care of the problem after trying a couple normal problems that throws the code and figured out the valve body was bad fixed it and I haven't had a problem since this is all on a 2001 chevy silverado 1500. I would recommend this shop to anyone with a transmission issue because I will be coming back to them
08/30/2014
By: Sandy G.
J & C Transmissions Shop
My brother referred me to this shop. For almost a year I have had trouble with my 1999 S-10 Blazer 4WD. A grinding gear noise when the trans was under any type of strain, i.e. mountain driving, 3000 rpm acceleration, speeds over 65-75mph. No one could diagnose the problem. Just one day at Roman's and problem was found. Another mechanic that had replaced my head gasket and performed a valve job, in Feb. 2013, had reattached a vacuum line directly to the 4WD actuator, (which activates the part-time gear to engage the 4WD), rather than to the 4WD switcher. So my car was trying to engage the 4WD when under stress!!! The grinding noise was the part-time gear trying to lock in the 4WD. (He gave me the gear, it was all chewed up.) The only reason it wasn't doing it all the time, was because the actuator diaphragm had a small tear in it, so it wasn't working until there was enough vacuum created by putting my car under those stresses I mentioned above. So, after Roman installed a new vacuum actuator, new part-time gear, new spider gear, new carrier bearings, new transfer case switch, new input shaft transfer case seal, new front deferential case seals, and all the fluids needed it runs great! I've alread tested it in the mountains. No problems. Thank you so much, Roman!! I will refer all my friends!
04/12/2014
By: Mark D.
J & C Transmissions Shop
This shop was referred to me by my best friend who is very cheap so I was skeptical. The shop is a type A's dream. So clean !!!!! I own a found on road DEAD 08 edge AWD. I AM A stickler for service but poor design is poor design. I brought my car in because it was leaking oil. The transfer case axel seal was the culprit. My regular service guy had overfilled it. Roman replaced the seal and two weeks later fluid was blowing out the case vent. I brought it back. Roman did some research and there is no real way to totally remove all the fluid because there is no drain plug. Ford has no scheduled maintenance for the PTU SO THY JUST BLOW UP I had fluid vacuumed out. Usually you just fill them to the bottom of the fill whole. Not! Thy only get 16 oz. Roman removed the unit on his dime and time drilled a drain hole for me filled the unit up and installed a hose on the vent and piped it to the engine compartment like thy do on awd vehicles that traverse water. No more leaks this shop is AAA rated by me 10 stars

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