We've live here 3 years, on the west side, and it does take time to find the people you like to do business with.

Today my 'check engine' light came on and I need to get my transmission looked at and fixed. 

Is the Aamco on Coors at Eagle Ranch by Goodwill any good?  Where have you had good results getting your transmission fixed?

For general car repair, I'm not too happy with the 'Honest 1' shop there where the Aamco is on Coors, and I'm not sure one way or the other about 'The Garage' at Unser and Western Trail.  Is the Moneysworth on Jefferson by I-25 really good?  Lots of money riding on these choices.

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Moneysworth is good, I think, and I have had good experiences with Aamco--but the one on Wyoming (which might have moved to the west side...)

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