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Mitsi 1997 rvr 4x4. surging while driving then light to the left of oil light(not sure wot it is!) ficked on and off a few times then stayed on.

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Call a body shop and see where they get it done at, don't go to a dealership it will just cost more. And it's going to be about a grand.

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sent it to a garage to repair, dont know what they did thanks pete

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it will depend on the door frame. measure the doors, then measure where the door lock unit is in the side of the door, the the hinges. if all is the same, yes, it will. always double check your height, and width of the door and hinges and lock unit. I did body work for my uncle for 25 years, and found out over the years, every car is just a little different every year, and style. just double check all measurements please. hope this helps you

Posted on Jan 14, 2011

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