Audi Window Regulator Parts
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Audi window regulator typically cost between $25.99 and $618.99.
Typically found on the armrest, your Audi window regulator contains a switch that, when pressed, raises, or lowers your windows. The switching parts of your car that are in charge of raising and lowering the windows have an inbuilt electric motor. Several spur gears and a single worm gear are also included in this window system. A specific amount of torque is produced by each component, which aids in the window's movement. The worm gear in the regulator's armature moves when the crank exerts a force on it. Afterward, the worm gears lock, making it impossible for external forces like the wind to open the windows.
The window regulator may be worn out if you hit the button and hear a buzzing sound, but nothing happens. Repairing the window regulator is often not an option, and replacement is necessary. You'll want to keep an eye (and ear) out for the following symptoms of a faulty Audi window regulator:
- The window completely falls inside the door
- Unusual noises made by windows that are raised or lowered
- The window opens slowly, jams, or doesn't completely close
- A window that moves unevenly up or down
- When the window switch is pressed, the motor starts to operate, but the window stays still
Faulty windows can be a real pain, especially during those hot summer days. Luckily, replacing your Audi window regulator is a relatively simple DIY project that, with the right parts, you can knock out in a few hours. AutohausAZ understands the importance of using high-quality OEM replacement parts to keep your Audi in tip-top shape. You'll find a huge selection of Genuine and OEM replacement parts at discounted prices within our catalog. So if you're noticing issues with your Audi's window regulator, don't wait. Find the parts you need today with AAZ.