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Old 03-14-2011, 06:35 AM
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Didn't catch ah "door thread" direct meh if I'm wrong..... Lookin for some troubleshoot on my driverside door and how to adjust seems to be hanging low and makes contact before latching closed.... Any suggestions how to adjust id highly appreciate detailed instructions thanks y'all
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Re: 4th GEN driver door problem.???

Have you made sure the hinge ins aren't worn? Lift up on the door with it almost closed and see if it will lift if so prob need to replace hinge pins and bushings. If no play loosen bolts on body and adjust the top in. That will raise the bottom of the door up. Take your time and don't slam your door all the way closed after making adjustments, push the door close to closed to check alignment before closing and striker placement.
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Re: 4th GEN driver door problem.???

Hey Gewd looking out on the advise " wooz" looks Lyke my hinge pin is worn feelin pretty loose
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Re: 4th GEN driver door problem.???

Glad you found something. Doors don't usually go "out of adjustment" without a wreck or something. Get some pins and bushings and put them in. Not a terribly hard job and you can usually pick them up at any parts house pretty cheap.
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