A window regulator is electric or manual, and it basically controls the up and down motions of a side window on a car. Window regulators and motors, located within car doors, help raise and lower windows of the vehicle. Since we use our windows frequently, window regulators and window motors are some of the most actively used parts in any vehicle. For this reason, window regulators and window motors are subject to high wear and tear that lead to breakage and inconvenience.
Power windows not working in a car can be caused by several things. The most common cause is a bad power window's motor, the switch could be faulty or the regulator could be binding or the cable could be off one of the pulleys. Rarely, windows may just be STUCK in the weather stripping (called a run) and need to be freed up and the guides lubricated with silicone spray. As a master auto technician, I've repaired literally hundreds of power windows in nearly all makes of cars over the years. . Ninety percent of the time, these type of problems can be diagnosed in less than sixty seconds!
Budget is not an issue, we carry power window parts after maker, OEM, and also rebuilt pieces.
Whether it is an old car or a brand new one our specialist are her to help you with any problems you might have. We also repair truck power windows.