Aim Used Auto Parts Crooks…Sold me a transmission full of water Tampa Florida!!. My son saved his money to replace the transmission in his Jeep Cherokee. Found a used transmission at Aim. Paid $624. After installation it would not work. Upon further inspection, water was found with in it. Requested a refund. They told me to send the transmission back. Paid $180 to send it back. When the freight carrier brings it, their “warranty” guy tells the freight company this is not their transmission and refuses it. How absurd. They never intended on accepting the transmission. I imagine they are hoping to buy it back from the freight company for about $50 and sell it to another sucker. This company is immoral. They may steal today, but rest assured….justice will await them.
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