Housed within the car doors, the window regulator is responsible for the up and down action of the windows in cars fitted with electric windows. Controlled via a switch usually located on the car door interior, window regulators can sometimes develop faults, resulting in the windows getting stuck halfway down or not working at all.
It is possible to replace a malfunctioning regulator by selecting the correct part from our wide range of high quality window regulators for any car.
Manual window winders are mainly found only in older cars, and in some budget models. While most modern cars use an electric motor and switch to operate the windows, models utilising a manual window winder mechanism rely on the winding action generated by the rotation of a handle by hand. A broken window winder can cause problems, as the window will not be capable of being wound open or shut.
Though this technology has been long superseded, a great range of quality window winders are still available for applicable vehicles. Show Less