The independent automotive shop was established in 2001 by Carlos and Guille Menjivar and won the Super Service Award in 2013. Our company, Omega Automotive (formerly Omega Transmission), is in Northridge, CA. We offer honest and transparent car repair services to residents and businesses in the greater Los Angeles County area, blocks away from California State University at Northridge (CSUN), the Northridge Fashion Center, and just minutes from the 101, 118 and 405 Freeways. The Omega automotive family expanded in 2010 to include Northridge Body Shop, an auto body repair and collision facility. This affords Omega the opportunity to provide complete mechanical and body shop services for all passenger vehicles including cars, small trucks and vans with the capacity for up to 15 passengers. Today, the Omega family consists of seven employees including Carlos and Guille, two service writers and three technicians. The bi-lingual staff provides customers with personalized and friendly service. Most services can be done the same day and repairs are backed with a 24 month or 24,000-mile warranty. The Menjivars are ardent supporters of community events. Carlos donates his time to the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) and the Greater Van Nuys Rotary. Both are active in their church. Carlos is also a member of the North Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce, Valley Business Professionals and Inside Track, while Guille is affiliated with the Woodland Hills Chamber Women’s Circle and the Women’s Professional Forum. Call Omega Automotive Repair today and discover a different kind of car repair facility, one where you get treated like family. *You can also make appointments online, through our website.
Description of Work
I specifically told the owner, Ed, not to touch my car until he heard from me. The next day I called AAA to pick up my car from the shop, as I'd decided not to have Ed work on my car (I'd consulted some knowledgeable friends and determined that his price was too high). A worker informed me that my car had already been towed to a subcontractor, but he didn't know who. He called Ed, who relayed the message to me that if I wanted the location of my car, I'd have to pay $100 for the inspection, which he'd initially waived. By now I was fuming. When I went to the second shop, I saw that they had already begun dismantling the transmission. As the subcontractor didn't know that this work was unauthorized and they were already too far into the process, I worked out a deal with him to finish the job. Needless to say, I did not pay Ed a penny.
Category auto repair,transmission repair
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