Car windows fail frequently. In some cases, they malfunction sporadically, meaning sometimes they work and other times they don’t. Occasionally, car windows just break. They refuse to roll up or down—perhaps they’re stuck somewhere in the middle of up and down.
So what is one supposed to do when dealing with a faulty car window? It might be obvious, but: get it fixed immediately!
Why Do Car Windows Stop Working?
We can all assume that most people know that there is some type of mechanism that makes it possible for car windows to open and close; however, it can also be determined that the majority of people don’t think about it too much.
Car windows’ ability to function depends on window regulators, lift motors, and assemblies. Gears or pulleys commonly drive window regulators and switches inside a vehicle generally operate the car’s windows.
Car windows stop working for a multitude of reasons. For example, the front, driver-side window is the most common window in a car to fail because it is typically used the most. Moreover, car windows stop working because of faulty window regulators/tracks, broken window motors, damaged cable pulleys and wrecked window switches.
Oftentimes it is hard to figure out why a car window has stopped working without removing the car door panel(s). Therefore, when dealing with a faulty car window, one should take his or her vehicle in to see a professional as soon as possible.
Team Acme: Las Vegas’ #1 Auto Glass Repair and Replacement Shop
Do you live in Las Vegas or the Henderson, Nevada general area? If so, then Team Acme is your go-to place for auto glass repair and replacement.
Our crew of talented and experienced technicians provide repair and, if necessary, replacement of car window regulators and motors.
Our Window Regulator and Motor Repair and Replacement Process
When dealing with a faulty car window, the first step is to diagnose the problem. Therefore, our first step involves determining the exact problem occurring with a customer’s car window.
When the issue is pinpointed, our next step includes finding the correct replacement part(s). Once we understand the problem and determine which parts are needed, we can provide the customer with an estimated quote for the cost of the part(s) and repairs.
Team Acme only uses Original Equipment Manufacture (OEM) parts when completing window regulator and motor replacement projects.
Our replacement process consists of the following:
1. Remove the door panel
2. Disconnect the window
3. Remove the old, faulty part
4. Compare the new part with the old part to ensure an exact match
5. Reinstall the new regulator assembly
6. Check for window operation
7. Make any necessary adjustments to ensure correct window movement
8. Reinstall door panel
9. Check movement of window, test door handles and locks to ensure proper operation
Want to Learn More? Visit Team Acme’s Website or Contact Us
If you would like to learn more about Team Acme’s window regulator and motor replacement process, contact us today by calling 702-566-8326 or fill out our online contact form. Visit our website to learn more about all of our services.