You're driving along one day, minding your own business while basking in the comfort and power of your El Camino and you try to roll down the window only to hear a horrendous clunking, grinding, and snapping sound. Suddenly, your window ceases to raise and lower and is not responding other than the terrible sounds emanating from the door panel. You may have just become a victim of the all too common window regulator failure. The window regulator is just another name for the scissor channel & gear system that guides the windows path up and down. With time, this system weakens from coagulated grease and dirt build up in the teeth and channels of this system causing it to fail. Occasionally, the added resistance breaks the critical plastic pieces that keep everything moving smoothly. Fortunately, replacing the window regulator requires a simple tool set and basic automotive knowledge. If you are not mechanically inclined, it helps to have the right part ready for your mechanic. The El Camino Store knows how important it is to keep your El Camino in tip top shape. We have sourced our window regulators form all corners of the world to bring you only the very best in automotive perfection.
|Make / Model||Series||Body||Notes||Year|
|CHEVROLET EL CAMINO STANDARD||1964, 1965|
|CHEVROLET EL CAMINO||1966, 1967|
|CHEVROLET EL CAMINO||El Camino, Pickup Delivery||1966, 1967|
|Combined Cancer/Birth Defect|