29 years in business6740 Cobra Way
San Diego, CA 92121
- (858) 587-8778
Additional Phone Numbers
- (858) 587-8777
- (888) 275-2525
- (858) 200-0516
- (858) 200-0526
- (888) 924-7225
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BBB File Opened: 04/21/2006
Business Started: 04/01/1988
Business Started Locally: 05/10/1991
Business Incorporated: 05/10/1991 in CA
Type of EntityCorporation
- Mr. Andy French, Director of Sales and Customer Service
- Mr. Bill Galucci, Customer Service and Sales Manager
- Mrs. Renee T Jacobs, CEO
- New Auto Parts
- Internet Service
- Used and Rebuilt Auto Parts
- Rebuilt Auto Parts
Service AreaServing San Diego County
Alternate Business Names
- Meridian Auto Parts
- Meridian Rack & Pinion Inc
Number of Employees:120
Methods of Payment
- MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express, PayPal, Google Checkout, Cash ONLY if you are picking up the part at will-call.
Refund & Exchange Policy:Parts are returnable provided they have not been installed, used or damaged and are returned within 30 days of purchase. You will lose shipping (actual shipping charges if you received free shipping) and there will be a Restocking Fee of 15% ($10 minimum) on ALL returned parts. Parts returned as used or incomplete, or parts returned to a different address will receive no refund. Parts that are returned as wrong parts or defective are subject to a full restocking fee. Parts returned as wrong part or defective will be subject to the rules above. Installed parts returned as defective or wrong, without prior approval by our staff, will not be refunded. Parts returned after 30 days will not be refunded. No exceptions.
This company offers auto parts.
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