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Door on drivers side is sagging

The door on my 1994 suburban is sticking. I think it must be some bushing that is wearing out. Any way to replace or fix this without replacing the pin in the door.

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They sell door bushings to put in and the pin goes through it to raise the door back up.they sell for about 8.00 each

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