The automatic transmission on my 2002 Jeep Liberty Sport went out. I called Kenny’s Transmission and they towed it to their shop and rebuilt the transmission. I was taking my 2002 Jeep Liberty Sport to the corner gas station and when I was leaving the station to go back home – nothing – the engine just revved and would not go into gear. The station was nice enough to let me push it to a spot on the side of the building until it could be towed the next day. The next morning I called Kenny’s Transmission and explained what happened the night before. They said they would tow my car and let me know. I called back the next day and they verified that the transmission had gone out. They stated that was pretty good for this vehicle in that the average is between 80,000 and 100,000 miles and my vehicle had 110,000 miles. My Jeep was towed on Monday and on Tuesday they said they would have it ready for me on Friday. I called back on Friday evening and asked the status of the Jeep and they said they were waiting on one last part to install and they would test drive it and call me back. they close at 6:00 pm on Friday and are not open on Saturday so I was not sure if I would get the car back for the weekend. They called back two more times after 6:00 pm and the first time they said they just got the part and were installing it and they called back and said they were test driving it and that I could come and pick it up. I went and picked it up after 8:00 pm and they were waiting there for me. they said they were doing everything they could to get the car back to me without holding it over the weekend. I appreciated that extra effort because everyone is ready to go home early on a Friday but they stayed and finished the job just so I would not be without a vehicle any longer than I had to be. I would and will recommend them to anyone any kind of transmission issue. They are honest, dependable and give you a fair price.
I had Kenny’s Transmission replace my automatic transmission and cable on my Chevrolet full seized van. The van was taken to another company first. They quoted 200% of all other quotes. When we decided to take the van to Kenny’s transmission, other company refused to reassemble the transmission. Kenny’s kindly towed the van and retrieved the parts. Bill at Kenny’s was very familiar with this model GM transmission and gave us a written quote that was easy to understand. Kenny’s was very friendly and helped keep us informed of their progress. The final cost was $1300 and was right on compared to the original quote. I got more than my money’s worth considering everything. This was the first time I’ve used this company and will be back for their friendly, knowledgeable service. The repair time was slightly longer than expected, but no surprises came up during the course of the work. Keep up the good work, and take your vehicle here with confidence.
My 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee with 135,000 miles on it was having transmission problems. Called Kenny’s Transmission and described the problem to them on the phone. They asked a lot of questions and said to bring it in for a look. They told me on the phone that if it had to be rebuilt it would take around $1500. That is less than half of what the dealer would charge. It took a couple of days to hear from them that it did need a rebuild. They said it would be about 5 days to get completed. I was in no rush due to having another car available at the time. I think they took 6 days to complete. Final price as right what they said it would be. Runs as good as new now. The people I dealt with were very nice, professional, and treated me with respect.