Window motors are located within car doors and working with the window regulator, raise and lower the windows of the vehicle.
Since windows are used frequently, window motors are some of the most actively used parts in any vehicle. Thus, window regulators and window motors are subject to high wear and tear that leads to motor failure and inconvenience.
Common causes for window regulator and window motor failure includes excessive strain and breakage caused by forcing the window, damaged window tracks, old or worn pulley and cable lines, and general wear and tear. Design quality and durable manufacturing materials are important to the reliability of a window regulator and motor.