For the world-class Volkswagen repair in Los Angeles, Automed Euro is your one-stop dealer alternative. We are an independent Bosch Certified service center. Our ASE-certified mechanics are professionally trained in all major car care areas and have extensive experience repairing VWs. From scheduled maintenance to transmission rebuilding and engine repair, we have you covered. We are equipped with top-of-the-line VW-specific diagnostic equipment to accurately pinpoint and repair all car problems and get you back on the road promptly and safely. We use OEM and name-brand aftermarket parts for long-term results, and we back every VW repair with a 2-year/24,000-mile warranty.
Our VW mechanics are committed to taking excellent care of your Jetta, Passat, Beetle, Golf, Tiguan, Touareg, Golf SportWagen, Eos, Atlas, Arteon, and more.
Premier VW Repair in West Los Angeles
The certified mechanics at Automed are armed with the right tools, skills, and tech to service any Volkswagen model. Whether you’re getting repairs from an ill-timed fender bender or seeking routine service and maintenance, our VW mechanics know just what your vehicle needs. We are diagnostic specialists. Our system of rigorous internal, external, and computer diagnostics enables us to eliminate misdiagnoses. By determining your problem’s exact cause, we avoid replacing any parts unnecessarily and ensuring that we fix the issue properly the first time.
30/60/90/120K Mile Services, Computer diagnostics, Oil change and filter replacements, Check engine light diagnostics, Brake repair, Suspension and steering repair, Exhaust replacement, Catalytic converter repair.
Engine Repair and replacement, Belt and hose replacement, Cooling system, radiator, and water pump repair, Fuel system and injection repair, Ignition system repair and maintenance
Audi Transmission repair and replacement, Driveline Repair and maintenance, Clutch repair and replacement, transmission fluid service, Differential and driveshaft service
BATTERY & FULL ELECTRIC SERVICE
Battery replacement, Light repair and bulb replacements, Alternator repair and replacement, Starter repair and replacement, Power steering repair
Tire installations, Tire rotation and balancing, Wheel alignment
HEATING AND AUTO A/C REPAIRS
Heating and cooling system diagnostics, Auto A/C repair and maintenance, Heating system repair and maintenance, Compressor and evaporator repair, Refrigerant replacement
Why Choose Automed Euro, Local VW West Los Angeles Repair Shop?
A leading car repair service in the area, Automed is your trusted resource for Volkswagen maintenance and auto repair services. With our team of factory-trained mechanics, you can rest assured that your automobile is in good hands. We are stocked with stellar diagnostic tools, a full arsenal of genuine VW parts, and years of experience providing auto service for Los Angeles drivers.
• Bosch Certified Service Center
• Save up to 50% compared to dealership
• Dealer-level car diagnostic
• We use made in Germany parts and lubricants
• ASE-certified staff with 30+ years of experience
• Family-owned and operated business
• Excellent reputation, check out our Google Reviews.
• Waiting area with free Wi-Fi and coffee
• Pick-up and drop-off service available for your comfort.
Cost-Effective VW Auto Repair West LA – (424) 353-0024
At our VW repair center, we make it easy to get the quality care your VW needs. Schedule your appointment with our handy online scheduler, call us, or visit our West Los Angeles service center today to get started.
VW Maintenance FAQs
There may be few reasons why your Golf won’t start, but the most obvious may be the battery. In case you leave lights on, then the charge is out. One sign of a low battery is if it needs time to start once you turn the key. There may be other causes, so it’s best to consult a Volkswagen certified mechanic.
To pinpoint when the right time is to replace the car battery, you should look at the battery’s warranty date. A number and a letter indicate the date. The number stands for the year, while the letter is for the month. It would be best if you changed the battery before the date to avoid any troubles. You can also have the battery checked for any issues on your next service.
The costs for repair services for the VW SUV or sedan depend on many factors. It requires specific VW knowledge, tools, and parts. For that reason, expect to pay more on parts and labor than on domestic vehicles.
Volkswagens cost more to maintain than other automobiles in their category. The average driver spends around $675 per year on VW maintenance. That’s higher than many other car brands.
It’s best to change the oil and filters in Volkswagen models every 12 months or 10,000 miles. The only exception is Routan, which is recommended every 6,000 miles. Always check your owner’s manual for service intervals.