The problem with most of the kits on the market today is they are not complete. They don't address why the regulator failed in the first place. Many times the cables are the wrong length. After a failure there is often damage to the regulator and or motor. Just because the motor still runs doesn't mean it will deliver reliable power going forward. Proper speed and torque are important. In short the customer is often left feeling frustrated .
Our service is fast ! In most cases it only takes 24 hours after we receive your part.
Yes. As long as it is OEM or original equipment.
Because of reliability issues we quit selling them years ago. The price is very appealing but what's your time worth replacing it time after time?
Yes. Please call 800.252.2649 Monday-Friday 9-5 EST
Our technicians evaluate your window motor and regulator to see where the failure occurred. This gives us vital information as to what caused the failure and how to prevent it from happening in the future. With this information we can alert our customers if changes need to be made on their vehicle.
Your window motor and regulator is completely disassembled , cleaned and inspected. Worn and broken parts are replaced. New high flex air craft quality cables replace the old ones. Modifications and updates are preformed. All parts are lubed and reassembled by technicians with decades of experience. Final bench test and inspection is completed.
Once the evaluation is complete
The problem with used parts is after the instalation is complete your no better off than you were before the falure occured. Even if the doner car is a low mileage car. In most cases the falure occured because of age, and heat related stress. Think of your regulator as a mini wench. It hoists the glass up and down in your car. The cable is under a lot of stress all of the time. Inside you car door the temperatures can exceed well over 100 degrees from the hot sun. Over time this heat and pressure causes plastic parts to fail. So even if the doner car has less milage than your vehicle the plastic spools and rollers on the regulator many times arn't in any better condition. We recommend on older cars to pull both and have them rebuilt at the same time. This is a way to save labor cost and time going back to the shop to replace the other side.