Reasons why you may consider a power window repair
Introduced in 1940, power windows have become a common feature in many modern cars, trucks, and SUVs.
Unlike older window systems which require occupants to manually turn a crank to raise or lower windows, power windows are controlled with the simple push of a button or flip of a switch.
Because power windows rely on electricity to work, most are inoperable once a vehicle stops running. However, some power windows feature a time delay that allows drivers and passengers to continue operating the windows for a short amount of time after the engine stops.
Because power windows are easy to trigger, most vehicles also feature a safety lock that drivers can use to prevent other passengers, such as small children, from erroneously opening or closing the windows.
In addition to letting air into your vehicle on a hot day, power windows are convenient if driving through a toll booth or drive-thru.
Overall, power windows are a convenient feature that many motorists enjoy.
If your power windows are acting strange or are no longer responding correctly to their controls, call us for our power window repair service.
We know the different components that make a power window system work, and we have the right tools to repair the window lift motor, gears, regulator, and other components of the power window system.
Let our friendly staff fix your faulty power windows and get you back on the road in comfort again.