Asuncion Transmission Repair

Transmission Shop in Flushing, Queens, New York, US
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Address: 49-13 28th Ave, Flushing, Queens, New York  11377, US
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Asuncion Transmission Repair is a Transmission shop located at 49-13 28th Ave, Flushing, Queens, New York  11377, US.

The business is listed under transmission shop category. It has received 29 reviews with an average rating of 4.1 stars.

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Reviews:

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  • Luis Chacon
  • 6 months ago
Left my car for 2 days for repair they stole my SUV new battery put old dirty battery
DP
  • David Perez
  • 7 months ago
Charged me $ and didn’t fix my heater. Said it had other problems. None of the supposed problems were the actual problem.
RU
  • Roman Uvaydov
  • 1 year ago
Car: Toyota Highlander with + k miles. Nice and trustworthy (definitely at first); plugged diagnostic computer in and described issue to my father and I. However, they failed to fix the issue...
CR
  • Carlos R. Alvarenga
  • 1 year ago
Emiliano and his team are amazing!! Very professional and fair with the price
RV
  • RENE VAZQUEZ
  • 2 years ago
Totaly pros and affordable Pricing they know imports European and domestic engines and transmission.! Very well on Diesel engines too.!

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  • Oil change

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"Left my car for 2 days for repair they stole my SUV new battery put old dirty battery"

"Charged me $ and didn’t fix my heater. Said it had other problems. None of the supposed problems were the actual problem."

"Car: Toyota Highlander with + k miles. Nice and trustworthy (definitely at first); plugged diagnostic computer in and described issue to my father and I. However, they failed to fix the issue and whats worse, severely prolonged the torture of the repair: it took roughly days before we finally threw in the towel, asked for our money back (got only a portion of it) and took the vehicle to correct personnel at another location for repair where a new transmission was bought because the one my father had was now not functioning at all. Essentially, they broke the functioning transmission our car had. I would not recommend this place unless you are willing to risk; (a) the health of the vehicle (b) an undetermined amount of time for them to figure it out and fix the issue through trial and error. Below is a more thorough breakdown of events; Prior to going to repair shop, Car ONLY had check engine light. No physical symptoms. Communicated that will need the vehicle back ASAP; promised vehicle to be fixed within a week. Went without car for days. // Evaluation done; determined need for change of all gears and solenoids. drop off car said to be done by Tuesday 1/2/. asked for deposit, $ (cash) was finally agreed upon. car when lifting car, they broke running board. 1/2/ Car was not ready. said to be ready by Wednesday 1/3 1/3/ Car was tested on 1/3/, said to be good. remaining $ was paid for service. Car made it to JFK an gave out; only 1st gear was operable but even that was intermittent and slipping 1/4/ brought back car; evaluated and said they will need to put in new pistons inside valve body. Said to pick up on Saturday 1/6/. 1/6/ car was picked up; made it to JFK then to Manhattan. In manhattan the car broke down. once again, 1st gears was operable but intermittent and slipping. 1/8/ Shop opened; brought back car. Evaluation was performed, suggested to order a new transmission. Stated that it will come from trusted source; that it will be a rebuild unit. 1// transmission was delivered 1// Car was ready. Picked up car. Went to JFK then to manhattan made it back to JFK and broke down again. same symptoms as above: only 1st gears was operable but intermittent and slipping. 1// car was brought back. Martin Luther King Day; no one else was open. - mechanic contacted the transmission dealer for aid; dealer suggested changing oil and filter. Suggested was performed; oil had an extremely foul odor and filter was very dirty. car was given back. car made it about blocks then broke down. car was brought back and dropped off. - original transmission was put back. again car was not working. - brought back to shop. asked for money back. 1// asked for money back. got $ back, went to another place."

"Emiliano and his team are amazing!! Very professional and fair with the price"

"Totaly pros and affordable Pricing they know imports European and domestic engines and transmission.! Very well on Diesel engines too.!"

Asuncion Transmission Repair has 4.1 stars from 29 reviews.

The address of Asuncion Transmission Repair is 49-13 28th Ave, Flushing, Queens, New York, US.

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