Power Window Repair
Lowell's Auto Provides Power Window Repair
Power windows are a convenient feature in modern cars that allow the driver and passengers to control the opening and closing of the car’s windows with the push of a button.
Problems you might notice:
Some problems that you might notice with power windows include:
Window won’t go up or down: If you press the button to roll down or up a window and it doesn’t respond, it may be a sign of a problem with the power window system. This could be caused by a blown fuse, a faulty window motor, or a broken window regulator.
Window moves slowly: If the window moves slowly or struggles to move when you press the button, it may be a sign of a failing window motor or a dirty window track.
Window is stuck: If the window is stuck in one position and won’t move up or down, it may be due to a broken window regulator or a malfunctioning window motor.
Unusual noise: If you hear grinding, clicking, or other unusual noises when operating the power windows, it may be a sign of a worn or damaged window regulator, window motor, or window track.
Window falls down: If the window falls down suddenly, it may be due to a broken window regulator or a worn out window track.
Switch not working: If the power window switch doesn’t work, it may be due to a blown fuse, a faulty switch, or a wiring issue.
If you notice any of these problems with your power windows, it’s important to have them checked and repaired by one of our qualified mechanics as soon as possible, as malfunctioning power windows can be a safety hazard and make it difficult to control your vehicle.