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We're the leaders in repairing window regulators and motors for many convertible / cabriolet vehicles including Ford Focus Cabriolet, Mitsubishi Colt Convertible, Peogeot 206CC and Peogeot 307CC.
Call us for a long lasting and cost effective solution to your power window / convertible roof failure.
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Hyundai i30 Reconditioned / Reinforced Window Regulator + 24 months warranty + Fitting ONLY $385 including GST.
Only available at our Brisbane workshop. Call us to book an appointment today 07 3267 8998.
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FORD BA BF FALCON & SY TERRITOY STEERING COLUMN ONLY WITH RECONDITIONED IGNITION SWITCH PIGTAIL RRP$360^ (Exchange)
Price includes Ford BA BF Falcon or SY Territory steering column with reconditioned ignition switch pigtail, delivery + return delivery for exchange unit, as well as 36 months warranty when fitted by a qualified mechanic.

IGNITION SWITCH FAILURE DIAGNOSIS:
* No spring return of ignition key from start position;
* No ignition dash lights; or,
* Ignition pig tail has fallen out or apart.

We replace the ratcheting section of the pigtail area of the steering column as this is problem area. We use all new ball bearings and stronger new springs. It will feel like new when you turn the key! Our repairs are backed with 36 months warranty if fitted by a qualified mechanic.

FITTING SERVICE AVAILABLE IN BRISBANE: FORD BA BF FALCON - $110. FORD SY TERRITORY - $165.
^$150 CORE DEPOSIT FEE APPLIES. DEPOSIT 100% REFUNDABLE.
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GET MORE LIFE OUT OF YOUR POWER WINDOWS:
GLASS RUBBER (BAILEY CHANNEL) LUBRICATION

Lubricating the bailey channel will get more life out of your window regulator but don’t fall into the trap of using grease or a petroleum based lubricant. We use and recommend silicone spray which has been tried and tested at our workshop for many years.

Make sure the window bailey channels are in working condition. Hard, brittle, worn or dried out rubbers can cause a window regulator to fail.

1. Check that the bailey channels are free from dirt or any foreign matter (clean with lukewarm soapy water and allow to dry).
2. Lubricate the bailey channel with a non-petroleum based lubricant i.e Silicone Spray or Graphite Powder by spraying the lubricant in the rubber track the glass runs up and down in.
3. Run the glass up and down a couple of times to bed the lubricant in and reapply if necessary.

Lubricate the bailey channels once every 6 months or so.

Don't be afraid to ask any questions just post here if you get stuck!
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Last one! Remember - We're about more than just window regulators.
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It feels like we haven't had many unique cars come through lately so thought we'd reminisce. WINDOW REGULATOR RESTORATIONS:
Aston Martin DB6
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It feels like we haven't had many unique cars come through lately so thought we'd reminisce. WINDOW REGULATOR RESTORATIONS:
1995 LOTUS ELAN
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GET MORE LIFE OUT OF YOUR POWER WINDOWS:
GLASS RUBBER (BAILEY CHANNEL) LUBRICATION

Lubricating the bailey channel will get more life out of your window regulator but don’t fall into the trap of using grease or a petroleum based lubricant. We use and recommend silicone spray which has been tried and tested at our workshop for many years.

Make sure the window bailey channels are in working condition. Hard, brittle, worn or dried out rubbers can cause a window regulator to fail.

1. Check that the bailey channels are free from dirt or any foreign matter (clean with lukewarm soapy water and allow to dry).
2. Lubricate the bailey channel with a non-petroleum based lubricant i.e Silicone Spray or Graphite Powder by spraying the lubricant in the rubber track the glass runs up and down in.
3. Run the glass up and down a couple of times to bed the lubricant in and reapply if necessary.

Lubricate the bailey channels once every 6 months or so.

Don't be afraid to ask any questions just post here if you get stuck!
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