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Check out our Tempe Arizona transmission repair shop to get the most out of your vehicle!
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221 S McClintock Dr Tempe, AZ 85281
221 South McClintock DriveUSArizonaTempe85281
(480) 966-5800quality-trans.com
Transmission ShopToday Closed
Monday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed
We are a family owned transmission repair shop servicing the transmission and drive train needs of most cars, trucks, 4x4s and motor homes. BBB member and a AAA approved auto repair shop.
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"By the end of the day, I was contacted by QTS manager Steve Fullmer."
"I jumped on line to find a Mark Salam repair facility."
"The mechanic at A to Z transmission shop had cut the o-ring..."
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Mark Wolkos
a month ago
I own a 2005 Lincoln LS. Took it to Quality as I thought my Transmission was shot. They checked it out and found it was not the transmission but just plugs and a few minor issues. They charged me nothing for checking it out. Their honesty was greatly appreciated and very rare in the auto repair business. I would recommend them to everyone!
Response from the owner - a month ago
Mark: Thank you for taking the time to post your experience. I wish more would do the same. We get a lot of vehicles in here that don't really have a transmission problem, so we refer them to another facility. We don't makeup a problem just to make some money. Bob Jones
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Bill Egan
a year ago
Great guys and HONEST! My truck has 203,000 miles on it and could have easily charged me for a rebuild or new transmission. Instead they replaced a computer switch for $300 and even brought the switch out to show me how it was broken, I did not even ask to see it!! Nice to find these guys!!!
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3 years ago
Carl Fries
a year ago
My brother-in-law has a 2004 Chevrolet Silverado, which he uses daily as his work truck. He recently had his transmission overhauled at A to Z transmission repair in Phoenix, which ended up being his first mistake. Within days, he started to have problems with shifting between gears. He brought the truck back with the symptoms he was having, and patiently left his vehicle there for five days waiting for some positive news. He was pretty pissed off when he returned to the shop to find out they had barely touched his vehicle - mind you that he had to rent a car for the five days at his expense. They mentioned to him they were not able to duplicate the problem, but they did noticed during some diagnostic checking that he had some electrical short in the vehicle causing a lot of different codes to show up. Once leaving the A to Z transmission shop, my brother-in-law contacted me asking for help. I jumped on line to find a Mark Salam repair facility. We went with his recommendation of Quality Transmission Service - out of the Tempe area. By the end of the day, I was contacted by QTS manager Steve Fullmer. Interesting person that has been around the field for 30 plus years that knows his trade. He asked me if it would be all right to remove the lower pan of the transmission, since his breakout box was giving him all sorts of weird codes. He confirmed that his box was hooked to another vehicle to verify the integrity of his test equipment, so he believed our problem was located within the tranny. He didn't want to void the warranty from the other shop, I agreed with his concerns, but reminded him that the warranty is only good as the guys that back it, which is not very good at the moment. I told him to drop the pan and proceed on, knowing that his honesty would find a solution to this problem. The next day Steve called us back with his findings: When they dropped the pan, they found an o-ring laying inside. The mechanic at A to Z transmission shop had cut the o-ring during installation of the R2 servo. This caused fluid to bypass causing all of the shifting problems, and all the crazy codes that A to Z said was an electrical short in the system. Needless to say, nothing more than an induced problem from the mechanic overhauling the tranny. Steve's mechanic Woody actually gave us the o-ring that was damaged as a little show and tell for A to Z. The truck is back on the road shifting as designed, and with a total repair cost of 208 dollars. Just a word to the wise, make Quality Transmission Service your first stop - honest and knowledgeable people that take pride in their work. Stay tuned for the next saga, when Carl and his brother-in-law return to A to Z transmission looking for a refund of 208 dollars.
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A Google User
3 years ago
Friendly and actually rebuilt chevy transmission right!! 3rd time having it rebuilt. Still running.