Most folks take the Mitsubishi Lancer window regulator for granted. Actually, the window regulator was generally used only for luxury cars-until around fifteen years ago when designers thought to install power windows on less expensive models. Advanced technologies has allowed Mitsubishi Lancer and other makers to produce automobiles with these regulators, turning it into common equipment.

A Mitsubishi Lancer window regulator works through a string of switches. A switch per window regulator is located on the driver's door. Not only does the regulator make it quicker for you and your passengers to crank a window up or down, it also gives the driver full command over all of the windows on the car. Every door of your Mitsubishi Lancer is even fitted with a switch that controls its own window, making it possible for passengers to adjust their windows without having to prompt the driver.

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