Mr. Transmission of Marietta

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We are a family owned and operated company with more than 50 years of experience in meeting and exceeding the expectations of our customers.


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Marietta, GA

Mr. Transmission of Marietta


Well I recently moved across the country and towed my travel trailer, fully packed. After everything was settled I took my truck (2005 Dodge Cummins) to the dealership for a free oil change. Somehow I let them talk me into a transmission "flush". Not long after picking my truck up from Ed Voyels Chrysler Dodge it began leaking tranny fluid. Took it back and explained to them no matter how simple the task was that it didn't leak when I brought it in, and now it does. They "diagnosed" it and told me that my rear main seal was leaking oil but not bad, and they pulled my tranny temp sensor because that (supposedly) was my leak. Took my truck home and yet again began leaking. Took it back and showed them where, and what was leaking. Long story short, the dealer wanted $1300 to change the front pump seal on the transmission, and the rear main seal (which has nothing to do with a transmission). I declined service and drove a block down the road and talked with Mark at Mr. Transmission. He was great, he explained he understood the woes of dealing with dealers especially Ed Voyels. Told me they would take a look at my tranny for free. Also he informed me that "flushing" (what the dealer did) rather than just draining and changing fluid will cause more problems. When he called me back he informed me that my transmission was overfilled and simply leaking from the vents. Also they reinstalled my temp sensor, all for no charge. These guys are honest, have integrity, and do business the old fashioned way; with a handshake. I highly recommend them. They won't take advantage of you like Ed Voyels Chrysler Dodge tried.