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: July 8, 2018
If you have electric (power) windows in your car, there may come a time that you push the button and the window doesn't respond the way it used to. If the window suddenly stops moving at all, the problem could be as simple as a blown fuse or a loose connection. It is also possible that you have a faulty switch, especially if the window works on a hit and miss basis. Window motors go down sometimes as well. This is usually characterized by a gradual decrease in how well the window responds to the switch, but a slow window could also be getting stuck on the gaskets. Once you identify the problem, you may be able to repair it with some basic tools.
The term of auto electrical repairs refers to the whole range of restorative and maintenance procedures carried out on a vehicle's electrical system. This is the system that is responsible for among other things, the car's lighting system, the car's automatic starting, the car's audio systems and so much more. As long as the specific parts or systems causing problems can be easily identified, such electrical repairs tend to be quite easy. The real headache however occurs when the faulty parts or systems can't be easily identified; so that the whole process has to be carried out by 'trial and error.'