I 65 transmission Center HAMMOND Indiana

Complaint: I 65 transmission agreed to do a complete transmission rebuild for just under 1000 dollars.Four days later I got a call from Pete. He said he had to do extra work so he needs 1500. I said I don’t have money. He tried getting extra money out of me but I told many other told 900 to 1100 to repair my vehicle. He said ok 950$. I drove my vehicle for a week and my transmission started griding and smoking. I Quickly called I 65 transmission they said they will pick it up first thing in the morning. Not true it took It took 4 day for it to get picked up each day I was told tow truck is on its way, it was a lie every time. So finely my transmission is rebuilt for the second time I drove for 3 day and transmission starts grinding. Back to I 65 and they tell me the mechanic forgot to tighten the tv cable. So after its fixed for the second time I drive it for two week and it goes out again and back to I 65 transmission for the third rebuild. Sadly 1 week later the trans gets locked at the end of a long day at work now I’m stuck at the parkinglot for 3 hours. I 65 transmission spray painted my transmission with cheap primer while it was on the vehicle therefor over spray all over my vehicle. I was told my transmission was rebuilt. My a**!

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Address: 4720 W 61 st Ave, Hobart, Indiana USA

Website: I 65 transmission repair

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