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Has anyone else had the problem with their doors sagging, i think that my lower door hinge is dead but before i went and forked out $30 a door for the hinges i would rather try to fix it a Free way being that i am a poor student and all. I wanted to know if anyone else has had this problem and if so how did they fix it?
 

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This problem has plagued almost all MN12 owners, and mine is starting up as well. Unfortunately, I don't think there's a "FREE" solution, but I could be wrong.
 

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Body shop installed new pins and bushings in the hinges of my passenger door for about 50.00 per side. I thought it was a great deal.
 

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Haha, I cheaped out and put a washer between the door and the hinge on the lowest bolt on the bottom hinge. I just jacked up the door a little (wood in place) and loosened the top bolt of the bottom hinge and removed the bottom bolt in order to squeeze a washer in there. Reinstalled the bottom bolt and tightened both bolts. No more sag, door closes with a nice light push.
 
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