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Old 02-14-2013, 04:53 AM   #1
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My door scrapes my fender if I try to open it. It's like a hinge is bent. How hard of a fix is that?
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Easy you just have to take off your door and fender and line everything up correctly. Had this problem with my 98
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Easy you just have to take off your door and fender and line everything up correctly. Had this problem with my 98
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Worse case senario you need a new hinge but you can find them at your local auto parts
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Worse case senario you need a new hinge but you can find them at your local auto parts
It's that easy to get?
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if it's a bent hinge not so much but you can order replacements from LMR....if it's just a pin and bushing issue you can drill out the old ones and put in new ones which don't cost too much. check google or youtube on how to do that if you're curious
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if it's a bent hinge not so much but you can order replacements from LMR....if it's just a pin and bushing issue you can drill out the old ones and put in new ones which don't cost too much. check google or youtube on how to do that if you're curious
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