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AAMCO Transmissions of Venice
252 U.S. 41 Bypass South, Venice, FL 34292, USA
(941) 275-6557
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Hello again. Dallas Council back with you from AAMCO Transmissions of Venice and today, I want to talk about a very common question that we get, a question that you at some point may have asked and that is, “Can’t you buy us a cheaper part to make our repairs less expensive?” The answer to that question is inevitably yes. …
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A Guide to Maintaining Your Cars Electrical System

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The object of preventive maintenance is to identify and correct potential problems before they occur. Your electrical system is responsible for a number of components on your vehicle, including the radio, defroster, power windows and locks, headlights and many others. Here’s a quick overview of the basic components and what they do. Car Battery The Your battery stores power for …
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GM: No Cap on Compensation for Ignition-Switch Defect Victims http://bit.ly/1pQqKOM
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Driving during a storm is hazardous enough without the added danger of diminished visibility due to worn out or damaged wiper blades. It’s not a good idea to wait until the worst storm of the season to discover that your wiper blades need to be replaced. The hot, dry summer season causes even more damage to wiper blades than wet …
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Connect voltmeter to alternator terminals and ammeter to alternator’s positive output cable. Make sure ammeter is at least 6 inches (15 cm) away from alternator to eliminate the possibility of faulty readings. Make sure voltage is present at alternator’s output terminals. Start engine and run it at 1500 RPM’s (operating RPM). Check that all vehicle loads are turned off and …
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Common Brake Noises, What They Mean & What You Should Do

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Hello, Dallas Council back again from AAMCO Transmission of Venice and today I want to tell you about some common noises you may hear from your cars braking system and what those noises may potentially mean. First up, if you are coming to a stop and pressing your brake pedal, you car makes a loud sound that goes squeeeeeek, as …
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It's unfortunate how prevalent they are.
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5 Questions You Should Ask Your Mechanic http://ow.ly/nol4D
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At AAMCO of Venice we are a complete car care center specializing in transmissions. We are staffed with AAMCO, GM and ASE certified technicians. Active members of The Venice Area Chamber of Commerce, North Port Chamber of Commerce, North Port Young Professionals & The Venice Area Young Professionals. We invest a lot of time and effort to make our community a better place to live, work, and play! 

We are locally owned and operated. I am lucky husband, father of three (and a dog), son of two wonderful parents, and all around happy guy! I subscribe to the Go Giver philosophy, that says you should always give more in value than you take in payment!

The mission of AAMCO Transmissions of Venice is to provide top-quality repairs to customers who are willing to pay a fair price for excellence. We will always treat our customers with the respect the deserve & endeavor to save them money by fixing their vehicles properly the first time. We will never sell them anything they do not need or allow them to talk us into performing a lesser repair than we know will the best benefit to them. We will make the business profitable so that we can provide a good life for our employees, our suppliers, our families and ourselves.

Hours
Monday8:00 am–5:00 pm
Tuesday8:00 am–5:00 pm
Wednesday8:00 am–5:00 pm
Thursday8:00 am–5:00 pm
Friday8:00 am–5:00 pm
Saturday8:00 am–12:00 pm
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(941) 275-6557
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252 U.S. 41 Bypass South, Venice, FL 34292, USA
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