Question about 1995 Chevrolet Suburban
The back clamshell doors are stiff and difficult to open and close. It looks like there might be a teflon or plactic spacer that is falling out of the hinge
Check for excessive wear at the latch & post -- if it looks like the latch mechanism is grinding down the post a bit there is very likely a teflon spacer missing. I had this problem on the front doors of my 95 suburban, it was getting really difficult to shut the door. A group of mechanic friends got together & replaced the spacers for me. Big job for such a little part.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
Lubricate the hinge or the hinge will have to be replaced.. I recommend wd40 first, then a finger tip amount of grease on top of hinge pin. the oil from the grease will keep the hinge constantly lubricated. It's not too late.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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