The Basics Behind dow RepaPower Winir Services at Advanced Auto Care

Power windows were introduced in 1940, and were a standard feature in many new cars, trucks and SUVs. Like older window systems, which allow occupants to turn a crank manually to lift or lower windows, power windows are operated by simply pressing a button or flipping a switch. Because power windows depend on electricity to operate, most of them are inoperable once a vehicle stops working. Many power windows, however, feature a time delay that enables drivers and passengers to continue to operate the windows for a brief duration after the engine stops. Since power windows are simple to disable, most cars do feature a safety lock that drivers may use to prevent other passengers from opening or closing windows inappropriately, such as small children. Overall, the power windows are a helpful feature enjoyed by many motorists.

Why Should You Have Power Window Repair Services Performed at Advanced Auto Care?

If your power windows act odd or don’t respond to their controls correctly, call us for our power window repair service. In addition to allowing air into your car on a hot day, while driving through a toll booth or drive-thru, the power windows are handy. We know the different components that make a power window system work, and we have the right tools to fix the power window, engine, gears, regulator and other components. We are going to work to get your windows to work right again. If your windows start to behave weird, don’t wait.

Let our helpful workers patch your broken power windows and put you back in comfort on the road again.

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