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69 chevelle door hinge on passenger side is loose and moves up and down at the hinge were it is fastened to the body . do I have to take off the fender to get at these bolts

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Hello..!!! no the bolt's to the door hinge are on the inside .!!! when you open the door you can see then .!!! where the hinge is .!!! you can't miss them.!!! the only other thing is that the door might have bad pin's and bushing .!!! and that's why it move's up and down.!!! becouse there wore out.!!! and need to be replaced.!!! hope this help's you let me know ."good luck"

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