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Both front doors sagging, will not close properly.

Passenger door is worse, causing the interior light to stay on

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Replace the door hinge pins and bushings.you can get them from your local auto parts store in the help section or ask the counter person,anyway i did this to fix the sagging doors on my gmc truck.hope this helps....keep me posted

Posted on Jan 09, 2013

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SOURCE: Interior Lights malfunction

trace to switch (can't remember name, but it has to do with the timing of lights) and clean contactpoints. if not replace switch>

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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SOURCE: interior lights do not turn off when all doors are

on each door jam, there is a switch - similar to a frig door light switch, close the door the light goes off type button, you can take these switches apart and remove the button part of switch, suggest doing one at a time, and see if the lights go off when door is closed, if so - you probably have a bad switch, you can either replace the switch or just leave the button out of it and put back together on the jam.

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SOURCE: 1995 Voyager Front passenger door latch stuck - door won't close

insert blade of screwdriver behind cam like piece pull up on handle and push up on cam like piece this should reset the latch

Posted on Dec 10, 2012

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