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Continental Adds Vehicle Door Parts Numbers

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"Designed to provide OE fit, form and function, the program includes power window motor/regulator assemblies, power window regulator assemblies and door lock actuators," note Continental officials.

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Continental has expanded its direct-fit replacement door program with new parts numbers and increased application coverage.

"Designed to provide OE fit, form and function, the program includes power window motor/regulator assemblies, power window regulator assemblies and door lock actuators," note Continental officials.

“These door systems components have been engineered to restore original equipment function and are ready-to-install right out of the box,” explains Christina Bergstrom, Continental product manager. “Our comprehensive program now includes more than 1,800 part numbers that deliver coverage" for more than 28 million vehicles currently in operation.

"Designed to meet or exceed OE standards for fit, performance and reliability, Continental power window lifts are quality-built in ISO certified facilities to the same specifications and quality standards as the OE components Continental supplies to automakers worldwide," say company officials.

"The power window assemblies feature long-life motors, gears and robust housings to ensure an extended service life. Application coverage includes a wide range of imports and domestic cars, vans, SUVs, and light trucks from 1985-2022, plus cable-operated regulators for popular late model imports and SUVs."

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