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Drivers door need alignment

The door is drooping.

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  • mr_n_mrs_moe Jan 29, 2009

    can you send a pic to show me.

  • Blazer Owner Mar 18, 2009

    The driver side door of my 2001 Chevy Blazer is off and causes the door not fully close. If you slam it as hard as you can from the outside it sometimes works. Could it be the hinge? Do I need to replace the enitre door? Because it is off that caused the interior panel to seperate from the door from pulling so hard. Any suggestions... other than bring it to the dealer?

  • Jenna_138 May 05, 2009

    I have the same problem with my Blazer, except my drivers side door fell off! My boyfriend is a welder, so he just welded the pin to the hinge. Its working but now the hinge it going. I just love my door! its a quick fix if it helps.

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You will need to put in new hinge pins in the top hinge.they sell them at the auto parts store and all you hav to do is tell them whats going on with the door sagging and they will sell you what you need

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  • Ronnie Houston Jan 29, 2009

    i dont have a pic to send but the auto parts store will know exactly what to sell you and they will even tell you how to put it in

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