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I know this has been asked about before and I searched but I didn't quite find what I was looking for. My driver's side door is sagging and I'm positive that the upper hinge is a least part of the problem. I have a set of new hinges that I got cheap and I would like to install them. I have read that to replace the upper hinge you must pull the dash, but someone said that it could be done without pulling the dash and I would like to know how. I would prefer to use these hinges rather than pins and bushings.
 

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Just over the weekend I replaced the lower hinge and was looking at the upper one. (I had to loosen it to remove the lower hinge). I don't see how you could get to the inside nut without removing the dash! :beek:

But maybe with just removing the gauge cluster and such you might be able to snake an extension back there.

I hope someone replies with a way to do it because I would like to know also!! :thubmsup:
 
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