I had myTransmission replaced and i got different quotes from Dealers to shop's.The price was going from 1400 to 6000 for the replacement.The thing I felt comfortable with the shop that they explain the different options i can get with the transmission warranty the shop can offer.This is what i liked is the options they gave me and for me i would not care but since my wife drive the vehicle i recieved the 3 year warranty and i was happy with the trans. Soon after the transmission started making a small winding noise and the personal at the shop advise me that would need to replace it because the sound was not normal. I had no worries the shop took care of the problem through the warranty and the transmission was replaced.The transmission runs Great and i don't have worry about it because of the warranty option i recieved for the next 3 years. They Look At every aspect of the vehicle on the mechanicle point of view and iv been going to this shop for over 20 years even before Ken & ed's.The Owner Virgil Is Straight up with you and does not feed you lies like other mechanic shops out there do and just want to take your money.The other reason i go there is that he is a master tech for Honda and i would not trust any one else with my vehicles or my families vehicles.
If you own a Honda or Acura this is the spot. I have been going to Ken and eds for about 2 1/2 years now.these dudes know there Honda's. Javie has to be one of the most patient knowledgeable mechanics I have met. Takes his time to explain the work. I recommend this place for your Honda or Acura.
Do not take your car to KEN and ED's Auto repair!!! These guys do not know what they are doing; I am very sorry and upset I ever went there to try to have my car fixed. These Idiots do not know how to work on cars and the worst part is that VIRGIL who supposed to be the owner has no business sense and can’ t even speak the language to be able to properly communicate with his customers such as myself. Here is my thought, If you are not able to correctly repair vehicles, what are you in the business for?? Go sell donuts or open up a shoe repair shop, you might be more successful at it!! M. Rodriguez