My car has manual windows. Can I convert them to power windows?

You can convert manual automobile windows to power automobile windows, but you should have a very good reason and have ALL the facts before making your decision.

It’s not cheap to have all those wires pulled and the mechanisms drilled into and retrofitted to fit the door – oh and then you have the switches – you’ll also need areas custom cut out to fit those.

Power Window Repair WILL be your most economical choice when converting from manual windows to power windows and we’ll do it in less than a day, but having all the facts is key is your satisfaction with your choice and end-result. We value your business and know that you can’t make intelligent decisions without the proper information.

Converted power windows don’t use the same OEM parts as were used when your vehicle came off the line. They are a set of 2 aftermarket conversion motors that come in a kit with cables that must be attached to the manual regulator. The harnesses, switches, surrounds and anything other needed parts come separately. In our experience, the strongest converted parts were the ones made 10yrs ago. To date, our team hasn’t found one particular part that performed stronger or longer than another.

The converted parts are designed to assist in raising and lowering the window. They aren’t designed to be used like you would if you had bought the vehicle with a power window system. For example, if you bought your truck with manual windows when you were healthy and your left shoulder was in good shape and then suddenly you were injured or couldn’t roll that window up and down anymore – you’d only use it when you had to. For this reason, we see most systems lasting 2-3yrs maximum! If you use it occasionally and only when absolutely needed, you could get 5yrs from a converted motor system.

For these reasons, we ask a lot of questions before quoting a you on this type of work. You may have already made up your mind that converting your manual windows to power is what you are going to do, but knowing that you may have to pay an additional $325 every 2yrs in parts and labor for motor replacement might change your mind. Then again, that may be all you need and it’s all this sounds just fine to you. If that’s the case, you know where you find us! Just keep in mind that any manual window to power window conversion must be done in the shop. We recommend that you drop it off on a Saturday morning and leave it with us until the afternoon.