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Window regulators are components that make it possible to lower and raise the window glass in a vehicle at will. In some cases, the regulator is manual, requiring aperson to operate the movement of the regulator using a hand crank. More commonly today,a window regulator is an automated device that is activated by pressing a toggle switch or abutton found on the arm rest of the car door closest to the window.With most vehicles, an automated window regulator system is configured so thedriver can control the movement of all windows in the car or truck. This effectively allowsdrivers to adjust front and back seat windows without using the controls situated by each of the passenger windows in the vehicle. Most makes and models continue to have individual controls situated near each window, allowing passengers to open or close the nearest window without calling on the driver to handle the task.Prior to the middle of the 20th century, a window regulator was usually operated using a hand crank. The cranks were situated at a convenient location along the door panel,making it easy for anyone seated near the window to simply grab the crank and turn itclockwise or counter-clockwise in order to open and close the window. Asthe hand crank was turned, a plate supporting the glass window would lower or raisethe window into the desired position. The construction of the crank made it possible to position the window so it was fully closed or open, or opened at a level that was to the liking
of the passenger or driver. By the 1960’s, the
power window regulator was gaining wide spread attention. Rather than operating the mechanism with a hand crank, this new innovation made it possible to open and close car windows be moving a switch or pressing a button on a control console. Originally, this feature was offered as an extra or luxury item on
many makes and models. However, by the end of the 1970’s, most ve
hicle manufacturersconsidered the inclusion of power windows to be a standard feature.Over time, the rear window regulator came into common usage. Along with thewindows situated near the seating area for the driver and passengers, the ability to raise andlower the rear window of an SUV, minivan, orstation wagonbecame desirable to consumers.This option was also considered a factory extra at one time but now is usually included as abasic feature of vehicles sold today.As with any type of mechanical component, a window regulator does sustain wearand tear after years of repeated usage. The origin of the problem with apower window regulator is usually based in the small motor that controls the movement of the window. When the motor begins to wear out, the regulator may not respond as efficientlyto the press of a button. Often, replacing the motor will restore full functionality.However, there are situations where the issue with the regulator is more complex thansimply a worn motor. When this is the case, replacement of the entire regulator may be necessary. Depending on the make and model of the vehicle, replacing an electric window regulator can be quite costly.
Power windows have come under some scrutiny after several fatal accidents in which children's necks have become trapped, leading to suffocation. Some designs place the switch in a location on a hand rest where it can be accidentally triggered by a child climbing to place his or her head out of the window. To prevent this, many vehicles feature a driver-controlled lockout switch, preventing rear-seat passengers (usually smaller children) from accidentally triggering the switches. This also prevents children from using them as toys and pets riding with their heads out windows from activating the power window switch.
Starting with the 2008 model year, U.S. government regulations required automakers to install power window controls that are less likely to be accidentally activated by children. However, the rules do not prevent all potential injuries to a hand, finger, or even a child's head, if someone deliberately holds the switch when the window is closing. In 2009, the U.S. auto safety administration tentatively decided against requiring all cars to have automatic reversing power windows if they sense an obstruction while closing.Proposed requirements concern "one-touch" up window systems, but most vehicles with this feature already have automatic-reversing. The federal government made a written contract that all automakers should make the lever switches (as opposed to the rocker and toggle switches) standard on all new vehicles by 1 October 2010.Type your paragraph here.
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Welcome to the only real choice for Automotive Electric Power Window repair located in Bradenton. We service 800- 1000 Power Windows every year.We give a 1 year warranty on all jobs when using new parts, we also give a 1 year warranty when using our exclusive rebuilt factory parts. This is all we do, we are not side tracked by changing tires changing oil or any other distractions,WE REPAIR ELECTRIC POWER WINDOWS and CONVERTIBLE TOPS PERIOD! Other repair shops call us for information or to fix what they broke On Power Windows ,new car dealers send us their Power windows, they have even sent us customers right out of their service drives to repair their Power Windows. Remember,we can do the job for less money in most cases, and still provide a written warranty simply because this is all we do.