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Sagging door on driver side. How can I fix? - 1997 Chevrolet K2500

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  • outdoorsman5
    outdoorsman5 May 11, 2010

    when you open up your door, can you grab the bottom of your door and lift it up down and feel slop?

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You will need to but a pin and bushing kit for the door hinge that is worn out. I can find these at our local Auto Parts store.

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