Just wondering how common an issue this is for everyone. Just replaced mine today.
I replaced the entire hinge. Took about 30 minutes to do one, and cost $5.25. Pulled a hinge from the yard. The process can be a one-man job. Here is most of what I used:soop said:Roy, did you replace the hinge(s), or the hinge pins?
All depends on you really. If you can tolerate a door that cannot close unless you life it, then no worries. Mine was saggying VERY low. Now that it is fixed, it is like a new car. It is not hard to do. Pull a hinge from the yard for practice, then apply that to your own car. PM me if you have ANY questions. We are all here to help each other.Bigiron383 said:How much of an isue is this on a '97 with low miles?