The Power Window

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Proton claimed that their power windows are now better with zero defects and vast improvements.

Funny fact: After two glorious years, I now can wind down my window, but I can’t put it back up. Well, I can… but it take’s extra effort.

I don’t wind down my windows that often, so I am actually puzzled because people say ‘to keep the Proton power windows intact and lasting, use it less‘. Practically, it sounds like a good idea because the less wear, the less tear, right?  But I don’t wind down my windows because there’s this invention call ‘car air conditioning’ which I must have switched on when i go in my car, and it’s not because of that saying.  After all, I bought a car for use, not for show.  So, what gives?

Well, since I bought my car prior to the announcement of the ‘lifetime warranty’ for Proton power windows, I may not be eligible to use that ‘lifetime warranty offer’ but I’m bringing my car for a quick check up anyway, and I hope the repairs will fix this ‘powerless windows’.  No lifetime warranty means less money in my wallet =(

Zero defects my ass…

10 COMMENTS

  1. hehehehe. Do you still have warranty? Maybe you can get it repaired for free.

    My car MyVi is now 6 years old and starting to give me headache. Last month i spent hundreds to repair the wheel bearing.

    Last weekend spent again almost RM500 to change the belting. And now i have to find money again to repair the absorber.

    arghhhh

  2. haha..same goes to my friend’s saga..well sometimes(which is very rare)it works well,without the need to push it up manually.now,this is a very interesting fact .haha

  3. Hi Cyril, just wondering if you’ve “redeemed” the offer yet. I ask because I couldn’t find any info elsewhere. Short of calling EON, I thought I’d see what the first-hand experience is like 😀

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