Question about Buick XP
The Door gets automatically close and I can't find what is going on?
This may happen because of door spring. I think you need to replace door spring. It can replace spring by your own or you can call an expert at http://accurategaragedoorhouston.com/
Posted on Jan 07, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had a same problem with my windstar. I found the kids somehow slipped a toy down in the track and it was jamming from this. Oh these kids sometimes. Check your door track throughly to see what is in the track. The track runs on the top as well as below the floor. Hope this helps you.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
The inner trim panel is simply (?) held on with plastic push clips and a couple of screws (I think). The screws are on the lower edge from memory but have a good look around the whole trim before continuing. If all screws are removed, then all you have to do is pull the trim off. I usually get a screwdriver wrapped in a bit of cloth to help pop the first one, then you can get your fingers underneath for the rest. Start from the centre of one of the lower corners/curves.
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
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