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AES Modules Nationwide Auto Part Distributor TOOK MY MONEY !!!!!!!!! Jacksonville, Florida
20th of Jun, 2011 by User315826
I called this company to help me repair my ECM for my car, they first withdrew $283.80 from my account with the understand that $100 diagnostic fee for reviewing the part which was non refundable, but if they couldn't fix the ECM they would refund the remainder of 183.80, I received a call from a "partologist" name Josh saying they couldn't fix the part and in order to fix it, it would cost and additional $166, so I granted them permission to deduct the funds, I then recessed another call from Josh stating that when the did fix the part I would need to go to a a dealership to have my key program, which was info they didn't tell me before hand and would cost me a additional $300, so I cancel my order and $349.80 was suppose to be refund back to me after waiting a week seen they only refund me $166, and now they only give me the run around about the additional funds they took but haven given but
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2924 days ago by Shawncd
Your not alone. These guys are cheats and liars!!!

Started off with an ECU rebuild on a customers Honda engine ECU. Sent ecu in for repair. Got ecu back, installed and there was no change same no start no comunication with scanner problems. Called Andy (my sales person) back and he acted very surprised and advised I talk to there technician. Talked with the technician and figured out what I already knew The ecu was defective and not repaired at all. Called Andy back, again acted very surprised and agreed to send me another ecu after I sent the supposed "rebuilt" back. A week rolled by with my customer getting increasingly and rightly so, irrated to say the least. Second ecu showed up. Installed the ecu and programmed the ecu and immobilizer. Test drove seemed to be fine. After second test drive the check engine light came on, on the dash. Ran diagnostic and discovered an issue with the evap canister solenoid. Tested and verified wiring, tested and verified solenoid current draw. All test were good. The wiring and the solenoid were fine. Tried triggering solenoid in bi directional controls using the scanner and no voltage was being sent from the ECU to the solenoid. This would indicate a bad driver or something else wrong with the "rebuilt" ECU. Called Andy again and again acted surprised. Again I talked with the technican and agian he came to same conclusion. Talked with the technican about there supposed rebuild service and discovered that they didnt really have any testing or verification for import vehicle ecu's. No way to simulate inputs and outputs. WHAT! All they were doing is visually inspecting the board components and checking for power! What a bunch of BS! Asked for a refund. Refund denied! Wanted to send another ECU. I agreed for a final time. Installed, and this one was worse than any previous ecus. Imediate check engine light and wouldnt even comunicate with the scan tool. ME VERY ANGRY!! CUSTOMER EVEN MORE ANGRY!! Andy offered more ecu's. I declined and wanted a full or at least partial refund!!! None offered.

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