My Window Won’t Roll Up


Do you hear weird noises coming from your door, but your window won’t roll up? Can you hear the motor running, but the window won’t roll up regardless of what you do? Read on, you need a power window regulator or motor repair.

In the Phoenix area, we see power windows fail daily. It’s a problem that consumers have had enough of and the cost of repair at traditional repair shops and dealers is ridiculous. When your window won’t roll up, your vehicle will be the first to be targeted by thieves. Duct tape and plastic is only a temporary solution and will only tell thieves that your vehicle is an easy target. You also leave yourself open for rain and other unmentionables to get into your vehicle and cause even more problems.

If you’re window has fallen and the window won’t roll up, do your research and then call Power Window Repair today for a free quote and diagnosis. Our rates are 40-70% less than traditional repair shop and dealer prices and we offer a free mobile service for most repairs in the Phoenix Metro area.

Request a quote today! (480)570-5116

Why Did My Window Fall Into the Door?

Did your automobile power window fall into the the door? Did it make a weird noise and then fall into the door? That’s a great indication that you’re in need of a regulator repair.

When a car window falls into the door, it can be a real problem. Not only is your vehicle left unsecured, it’s at risk for critters and water to get in. Duct tape and plastic? That’s a quick way to solve the problem, but an affordable window regulator repair is what you need.

Power windows don’t just fall into the door unless something else is wrong. Typically, when a customer says that their window they watched their window fall in the door, we already know what’s going on. Unfortunately, power windows are designed to break under certain conditions and we just have too many of those conditions combined in our climate here in Phoenix. Most of the parts in a OEM power window regulator are rated for 86 degrees and in Phoenix, it’s 186 degrees in our doors 300 days of the year. We are a mecca for power window regulator problems.

The next time you see your power window fall into the door, you need to call Power Window Repair for a quote immediately! Not only will we provide you with an affordable power window regulator repair and make sure that you window doesn’t fall into the door again, we will provide you with a proprietary repair that’s designed to give you a more permanent solution. We offer a 1 year warranty on parts and labor and we offer free mobile service to most of the Phoenix Metro area.




Not Every Power Window Repair Company Is Reputable

It’s sad to say, but as companies enter the power window industry, it become more and more important that you check their reviews and references! Not everyone has the customer’s best interest in mind.

Power Window Repair has been around a long time, so our presence has been know and documented since 2009, whether that be on the BBB or Angie’s List or Yelp! It was actually the additions of new companies in the marketplace that drove our team to create a new website and internet presence to set ourselves apart from the crowd. We’ve worked hard to create and maintain our reputation of caring for customers and putting them first and we intend to keep it up.

Newer companies in the power window market just don’t have the expertise or skill to satisfy their customers needs. Anyone can throw an aftermarket window regulator in a GM truck, the questions is whether or not that company will answer your call if it fails under warranty. Besides, our repair is proprietary and intended to be a more permanent solution. This puts us in a whole different category of power window repair companies.

Over the years, we’ve expanded Power Window Repair to includes such services as power door locks, power window switch repairs, electrical harness repairs, door handle replacement, power seat problems and anything else you can think of that has to do with your doors.

Don’t waste your hard earned dollars by choosing the wrong power window company to repair your vehicle. The information you need about each company is at your fingertips and only takes a moment to check. You’ll be happy in the long run and you’ll get a repair you can count on.

As always, we encourage you to call our diagnostic team for a free diagnosis & quote. You may even qualify for free mobile service to your home or office!


Do You Fix Automobile Power Seats

We do fix automobile power seats.  Whether or not your seat is repairable depends on the year, make and model and where the problem originated.

Automobile power seats can fail or break in a variety of areas. In the Chevy Impala, there’s a piece that breaks that can be repaired, if you know what you’re doing and in the Dodge Nitro, it’s the motor that needs to be rebuilt. But when you’re talking an older GM truck or SUV, you may be looking at replacing the seat. Even the Ford Fusion has a seat switch that we can repair. Let’s not forget the BMW twisted seat nightmare! For that, we have a special repair that we are famous for!

The bottom-line is that if the Power Window Repair team can repair your automobile power seat, you’re going to get out the door for hundreds less than anywhere else. If you are having a problem with your power seat, call our diagnostic team for time to come in to see our master technician. You can’t go wrong with a free diagnosis and we may be able to fix it on the spot!

As always, our repairs come with a 1yr warranty on parts and labor! Don’t delay in getting your quote today!


Power Window Repair In Florida

If you find yourself on vacation and needing power window repair in Florida, give these guys a try.

PowerUp Auto


Power Up Auto is in all of Pinellas County including St Petersburg, Gulfport, Pasadena, Tierra Verde, St Pete Beach, Reddington Beach, Reddington Shores, Maderia Beach, Indian Rocks Beach, Indian Shore Beach, Clearwater, Seminole, Pinellas Park, Kenneth City, Dunedin, Belleair, Belleair Bluffs, Belleair Beach, Clearwater Beach, Safety Harbor, Crystal Beach, Palm Harbor, Tarpon Springs, Holiday.

Fixing Power Door Locks

Are one of more of your door locks not coming up when you hit the button? Do you hear the whirring sound of a motor, but nothing is happening? Don’t panic – fixing power door locks doesn’t have to mean the end of the world.

If you’ve ever called your local repair shop for a quote on power door lock repair, they’ve likely told you to call the dealer. They don’t much like fiddling with window regulators, much less fixing power door locks which requires them to remove the window regulators to get to them AND then disconnecting everything else in the door just to reach the lock actuator. It’s not that they aren’t skilled enough to complete the repair, it’s simply that they don’t fix power door locks often enough to make it worth their time and trouble. It’s easier to say it’s a dealer only repair and leave it alone. Now the dealership or what I like to call the “stealership” is alway happy to hear your voice. Their trained to be ready for your call with confusing information and a robot that says $90 diagnosis before we can tell you what’s wrong. Because they know that this repair is difficult for most mechanics, they can charge ridiculous labor rates for this repair and they can justify keeping your car for 3/4 of a day or more which can really be inconvenient.

At power window repair, we have so much experience getting in and our of these doors that removing the regulator to get to the door lock actuator is a snap. It does take extra time, but if you know what you are doing, it’s a repair that shouldn’t take our technician longer than 1 hour. We don’t do this repair mobile, but have plenty of time available in our conveniently located Phoenix shop that we can get you in and  after work or on a Saturday.

If you think you power door lock is starting to fail and you’d like to know what your options are, please call our friendly diagnostic technicians at (855)ROLLS-UP or locally at (480)570-5116. We’ll be happy to diagnose your problem and get you a quote you can count on. Fixing power door locks is a breeze for our team! Call around and compare, we are confident that you will find Power Window Repair to be your team!


Vehicle Extended Warranty Plan

Yes, we do. An extended warranty will only cover parts of your system, leaving the regulator and motor assembly out of their list of qualified repairs. While many vehicle extended warranty plans can come in handy for vehicles outside the manufacturers warranty, the one thing they won’t pay for is a wear and tear part. If you spend any time on our website, you’ll quickly understand what I mean. These window regulators were designed and born to break.

Never-the-less, if you have a power window system problem, we will diagnose your problem and work with your vehicle extended warranty program to get your window working and your vehicle back on the road in a flash!

Remember, not everything is covered under a vehicle extended warranty plan. It’s always smart to call for a diagnosis first and then call to see if that particular repair is covered under your plan. Once we know it’s covered, we can take over from there!



Phoenix Power Window Repair

Type the keyword phrase “Phoenix power window repair” into a search engine search box and you’ll get everything from power window repair specialists to glass shops, DIY videos to links to auto part retailers. You have options when it comes to Phoenix power window repair, but the old adage “buyer beware” is alive and well in this industry.

It’s sad that you can’t just pick up the phone and call your local corner repair shop for help anymore, but you have a responsibility to your wallet and your budget to call around, compare quotes and most importantly check references!

At Power Window Repair, we recommend that our customers get the best repair for their budget,  knowing that if they call around, they’ll find us the best bang for their buck, but we also give a warning before we hang up the phone. There are several companies offering power window repair services in the Phoenix area, but not all of them have the experience necessary to be fiddling around with your door panel and removing parts.

At least 3 times a week we receive a call from a desperate consumer who’s been taken for a ride! We’ve heard it all! It’s hard to believe that someone would come out to repair a vehicle, take it apart and then leave without finishing the job, but it happens on a regular basis. We’ve repaired customers broken door panels and lock systems and we’ve even gone so far as to do courtesy repairs for senior’s on fixed incomes who find themselves hoodwinked by another company. What’s bothersome to our team is that zero of these other companies have customers who have reviewed their services, whether they’re bad or good. We know that a “cheap repair” is tempting, but is it worth throwing your money out the window? Of course it isn’t what you wanted, but it’s what you’ll end up with IF you don’t do your due diligence.

Power Window Repair maintains a 5-star rating on Yelp & Facebook and the BBB gave us an A+ based on the work with did with their customers before we even became accredited. What more can you ask for? Look at any dealership, any repair shop, any glass shop for that matter. Will you find the same ratings?

Our customers love Power Window Repair for many reasons, beginning with the service they receive on the very first phone call. Our friendly diagnostic techs will figure out what you need and then get you a quote you can count on. No funny business. No bait and switch. No flimflamming. Spend some time on Yelp. Spend some time on our Facebook. See what our customers say for yourself!

So when you’re typing in “Phoenix power window repair” and your choices are in front of you, skip the glass companies and cheap part stores, DON’T CHOOSE PHOENIX POWER WINDOW REPAIR or any other company without solid customer reviews and recommendations, and for Pete’s sake, don’t call your tire shop! Call Power Window Repair and compare. With solid 1 year warranties on parts and labor and custom-fabricated metal parts, Power Window Repair has your “Phoenix power window repair” fix!





Ford Recall 2015

Once again, we have a serious vehicle recall to notify you about. The number of recalls between 2012-2015 seems to be higher than in the years before, so as consumers, we need to be diligent in making sure that we are in the know about manufacturer recalls on the cars that we own. Our safety and the safety of our loved ones could be in danger without us every hearing a peep from the manufacturer of our cars, so it’s our job to make sure that we check recall information from time to time. The same goes for child safety seats, toys, etc. This time it’s a Ford recall that we are warning about!

Ford announced three recalls affecting approximately 220,000 vehicles built between the model years of 2011 and 2015. By far, the largest recall affects the Ford Explorer and Police Interceptor Utility SUVs from model years 2011 through 2013. In these vehicles, a spring in the doorway handle could be come unseated, Ford reports, causing the doors to open in a side-impact accident.The other two recalls focus on specialty vehicles, with Ford recalling 6,500 F-Series Super Duty ambulances and emergency trucks from model years 2011 to 2015. In the case of the 2014 and 2015 F-Series, only trucks with the 6.7-liter turbodiesel are affected. These trucks may have faulty exhaust gas sensors, which according to Ford, could cause the trucks to think they’re in a high-temperature situation. The trucks in questions were built at Ford’s Kentucky truck plant between February 22, 2010 and February 1, 2015.Last, but not least, Ford / Lincoln is also recalling specialty Lincoln MKT crossovers from model years produced between 2013 to 2015. These include limos and hearses produced between early March 2012 and early March 2015. Any affected MKTs may have a faulty vacuum pump relay that could cause a fire under the hood. That’s no good!In the case of the Ford Explorers, dealers will inspect all door handles and repair as may be needed. The Super Duty vehicles will get various software updates, while the Lincoln MKTs will have vacuum pump relays replaced outright. No deaths have been reported.Read below for the official press release from Ford


DEARBORN, Mich., March 25, 2015 – Ford is issuing three safety recalls in North America. No accidents or injuries are attributed to these conditions. Details are as follows:

Ford issues safety recall for certain 2011-2013 Ford Explorer and Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicles for interior door handle issue
Ford is issuing a safety recall for approximately 213,000 2011-2013 Ford Explorer and Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicles in North America (actual 212,911) for an issue with the spring that controls the interior door handles. If the spring is unseated, the door may become unlatched in a side-impact crash, increasing the risk of injury.

Ford is not aware of any accidents or injuries related to this condition.

Affected vehicles include certain 2011-2013 Ford Explorer and Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicles built at Chicago Assembly Plant, Feb. 1, 2011 to Jan. 31, 2012; June 1, 2012 to June 30, 2012; and Oct. 1, 2012 to Nov. 30, 2012.

There are 194,484 vehicles in the United States and federalized territories, 12,392 in Canada and 6,035 in Mexico.

Dealers will inspect all four interior door handle assemblies and repair or replace the handles as necessary at no cost to the customer.

Ford issues safety recall for certain 2013-2015 Lincoln MKT limo and hearse vehicles in North America for vacuum pump relay issue
Ford is issuing a safety recall for 1,725 2013-2015 Lincoln MKT limo and hearse vehicles in North America for an issue with the vacuum pump relay that could result in an underhood fire.

Ford is aware of two underhood fires, but no accidents or injuries believed to be related to this condition.

Affected vehicles include certain 2013-2015 Lincoln MKT limo and hearse vehicles built at Oakville Assembly, March 6, 2012 to March 4, 2015.

There are 1,586 vehicles in the United States and 139 in Canada.

Dealers will replace the vacuum pump relay and associated wiring at no cost to the customer.

Ford issues safety recall for certain 2011-2013 Ford F-Series Super Duty ambulance vehicles and 2014-2015 Ford F-Series Super Duty ambulance and emergency vehicles with 6.7-liter diesel engines in North America for exhaust gas temperature sensor issue
Ford is issuing a safety recall for approximately 6,500 2011-2013 Ford F-Series Super Duty ambulance vehicles and 2014-2015 Ford F-Series Super Duty ambulance and emergency vehicles equipped with 6.7-liter diesel engines in North America (actual 6,472). The exhaust gas temperature sensors may not function properly, causing the vehicle to incorrectly identify a high temperature condition.

Ford is not aware of any accidents or injuries attributed to this condition, and that includes patients riding in the ambulance vehicles. The company is taking this action because of the unique nature of ambulance and emergency vehicles.

Affected vehicles were built at Kentucky Truck Plant, Feb. 22, 2010 to Feb. 1, 2015.

There are 6,322 vehicles in the United States, 96 in Canada and 54 in Mexico.

Dealers will update the software on affected vehicles at no cost to the customer.

Is Your Power Window Broken? Who Do You Call?

Is your power window broken, stuck, off the track, moving slowly, or did it just drop into the door? Who are you going to call?

You don’t call your local tire repair shop. You don’t call your regulator mechanic and for Pete’s sake, you definitely don’t call the dealer!

We are always shocked when we get a call from a tire shop or machine shop for a quote on a power window for a customer. Even worse is when they call about door locks or door handles, because we know they have ZERO idea what they are doing or what’s behind that door panel and that’s why they’re calling on us.

We know it’s easier to deal with someone you already know, but taking a broken power window or anything else not tire related to a tire shop is just plain silliness! Let’s put it this way, most glass shops prefer not to work on these broken power windows because they are difficult, most are connected to a computer that’s finicky and if they get stuck on something funky, what do they do then?

Most skilled mechanics will tell you that working on power window systems is a PITA (pain in the you know what). When they get a call from a customer that says that their power window is broken, they cringe. Each vehicle is different. Each year range for each vehicle is different and parts can sometimes be hard to find, if you can figure out what’s definitely wrong with the system. This may be why most dealers call us and ask for a diagnosis, even after their mechanic has diagnosed the problem as a motor or a switch. They know better than to be ordering parts until they’ve spoken to one of our diagnostic technicians if they want to save time and money.

A broken power window can leave you feeling unsafe and vulnerable, which can in turn cause you to make snap decisions and have you running to the dealership when you have another option. Power Window Repair will save you 40-70% off traditional power window repair rates and because we specialize in power windows, our skilled technicians can offer mobile service on most repairs. Our proprietary repair of stainless steel and customer-fabricated parts applied to the weakest points of power window regulator provides for years of worry-free use, unlike the inferior replacement parts found on the market today.

To get a free diagnosis and quote on your vehicle, call (480)570-5116. We’ll get you the answers you need quickly and your repair completed in a snap! Be sure to check out our reviews on Yelp, BBB, Facebook and Angie’s List. We’re no joke when it comes to power windows!