Question about 1994 Jeep Cherokee Country
Sounds like a door pin to me. If this is the case easiest way to do this is by a couple new ones.Have a buddy come over and help you. First open up the door and have your buddy hold it.
Next using a hammer and a small punch (or something similar) tap any remaining pins out (top one has to be pushed from the top down, bottom from the bottom up)
Then pull the door out enough that the hinges are apart and hammer out all the old bushings.
Then re-install in reverse order. I usually just use a pair of pliers and press in new bushings, get the door in place and tap in the pins (this time upper pin goes in from the bottom, bottom pin goes in from the top.
This is a pretty common thing since the top pin goes in from the bottom, when the bushings start to wear they no longer fit snug on the pin and the pin slides out.
Hope this helped you, let me know if this was in fact your problem, and please don't forget to rate this answer.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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