Where do I start? First the quote wasn't anywhere near what it finally cost. I just had to have a transmission and radiator replaced on another vehicle cost 1000 dollars less at the dealership the Aamco. Next, it took a week longer then estimated, so that was nice paying for a rental and all. 3rd. When I picked it up I had to turn around because it was making god awful rattle, turns out they secured the muffler loosely to the body of my truck. So the mechanic went under and fixed it. That only lasted 2 weeks, had to go under and put the exhaust back in its proper hangers. 4th the truck was still missing while shifting, which I was told by the staff was normal because the computer had to learn. Needless to say this got a little better but was never resolved. Last and in my opinion the most important. The transmission didn't even last a year, and at most 20,000 miles. It was cheaper for me to put a down payment on a new car then try to fix it again. I learned the hard way by not reading reviews.