Is there anything I can do against a transmission repair shop that is not repairing my vehicle properly?

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Is there anything I can do against a transmission repair shop that is not repairing my vehicle properly?

I have a vehicle that was repaired by a transmission shop last October. I have had to bring the car back 5 times and going on the 6th this week. The transshipment has been constantly leaking fluids and is now shifting extremely hard and causing the vehicle to be inoperative without damage. The transmission shop rebuilt the transmission and I have brought it in for: leaking fluids, leaking fluids again, shifting hard, leaking fluids and not shifting at all, and now it’s leaking fluids again and shifting unbeliebably hard. I’ve since moved from. The location of the shop which is a 2.5 hour round trip for me now. I can’t keep wasting my time and gas as this vehicle is also a work vehicle. Is there anything I can do legally as far as getting a refund?

Asked on August 4, 2012 under General Practice, Colorado

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FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

The best way to try and resolve the issue that you have concerning your vehicle's transmission is to speak with the owner of the facility to see what can be done to fix the item as well as the costs for its return where the rebuilt transmission simply is not holding up.

I would suggest that the transmission place reinstall another used transmission into your vehicle at its cost as a swap out. If you cannot get the recourse you want, I suggest that you consult with an attorney that practices law in the area of consumer law or consult with your local bureau of automotive repairs that oversees regulations of licensed automobile repair shops in each state.

 

 


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