Power Window Repair

Car Window Motor Replacement

Most late model vehicles have electric power windows that utilize a motorized window regulator to operate the door glass up and down.

Over time, this motor can wear out and will require replacement. When this motor fails, it will usually give you some tell tale signs before it stops working.

If your window is moving up and down slower than usual, or is only operating intermittently, it’s more than likely a worn out window motor.

Eventually it will stop working altogether, and your window will be stuck in one position. On occasion, your car window motor can stop working without these symptoms.

At Auto Glass of San Diego our helpful team of customer service reps and certified technicians can help you to diagnose this issue and replace your window motor if needed. We can have most window motors replaced within 24 hours, and offer the best prices in town! Just click below or give us a call and we will be happy to assist you.

Read more:How to Replace an Electric Car Window Motor | eHow.com

Car Window Regulator Replacement

Inside a vehicles door panel is mechanism referred to as the window regulator. The regulator attaches the motor or manual crank to the window. It is either a set of gears or series of cables and pulleys, depending on the vehicle. It acts as an elevator for the door glass. Over time these parts can fail due to everyday use or sustained damage. When the regulator goes bad, it is often accompanied by a loud noise (cable snapping), followed by the window falling inside the door panel.

At Auto Glass of San Diego our helpful team of customer service reps and certified technicians can help you to diagnose this issue and replace your car window regulator, if needed. We can have most window regulators replaced within 24 hours, and offer the best prices in town! Just click below or give us a call and we will be happy to assist you.

Read more: How to Install a Car Window Regulator | eHow.com