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1996 T100 door stop "sprung"

My passenger allowed the wind to rapidly open the door resulting in door no longer closes easily and catches on the three sided latch.

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Got an answer from Just Ask for $15. The expert said to take it to a body shop. He gave some hints about what is stressed and a couple good reasons why a non experienced person should not attempt this repair.

Posted on Jun 15, 2008

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