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I need to replace the door hinge pin and bushing on a 1992 ford ranger,do I remove the door and how do I remove the pin?

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Yes you have to remove the door ... the pin have a C washer lock at the bottom. electircal wires are to be unpluged from inside the door or at the driver kick panel

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