The average cost for a BMW window regulator replacement is between $344 and $634. Labor costs are estimated between $137 and $364 while parts are priced between $207 and $270. Your location and vehicle may affect the price of window regulator replacement.
Here are some specific examples of window regulator replacement costs for different BMW models:
- BMW 328i: $445-$634
- BMW 325i: $344-$445
- BMW 530i: $570-$622
- BMW 740i: $675-$765
A side window replacement might cost anywhere from $250 to $500, depending on the type of the window and the work needed.
To match the rest of your BMW’s windows, the replacement window may need to be tinted at an additional expense.
Determine how much you should pay to have your vehicle repaired.
Window regulator replacement for a BMW 325i costs between $406 and $496 on average. The cost of labour is projected to be between $132 and $167, with parts costing between $274 and $329. Taxes and fees are not included in the estimate.
A BMW 328i Window Motor Regulator Replacement costs $480 on average, with $337 in parts and $142 in labour. Prices may differ based on where you are.
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Inside your door, there are scissor-style window regulators that work like a large pair of scissors.
When your window is all the way down, they’re virtually flat, and when the window is all the way up, they’re in a near perfect X. A scissor style regulator can be seen of as multiple thick pieces of steel that hold the window in place.
It’s durable, but it necessitates a powerful motor, which frequently fails before the rest of the system.
When the speed of the window regulator becomes unpredictable, either extremely sluggish or extremely quick, this is a telltale sign that it is on its way out.
Inside the door, you may hear clunking or grinding noises, and the window may be uneven or tumble down when it is supposed to be up. The most obvious indicator is that the BMW’s window does not function when you need it to.
It takes an average of 2.1 hours to replace a power window motor.
This amounts to around $120 to $150 in labour time plus the cost of the motor. Depending on the make and model, this can raise the total cost of the job to anywhere between $200 and $300.
Window regulators wear out or break over time and may need to be changed – a job AutoGuru can assist you with!
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Windshield repairs can often be completed in 30 minutes or less. Windshield repairs typically take 60 minutes or less; however, we recommend that you wait at least one hour after the operation is completed before driving the car.
I’ve read the directions and usually do my own work (I did the rear one), but because to my medical school schedule, I don’t have the time (or garage) to fix this right now, and I’d really like to get the window operating before my next break.
Is there anyone with any suggestions for a price or a place to get it fixed?
For the most part, I’m in the Iowa City/Cedar Rapids and Quad Cities areas. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Please accept my heartfelt gratitude in advance.