How To Install Replace Door Hinge Pin Chevy GMC Pickup Truck SUV. BUY AUTO PARTS AT 1AAUTO.COM




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Shaine MacDonald: I have a Hyundai Tiburon 2007 and the driver side door doesn't have enough of a gap between it and the body so the door is starting to rust from rubbing. Would replacing the door hinge pins help this issue...or...would I need to move the door back to create more space??

Jeff Weatherly: Never use an extension as a punch tool ..just but a door hinge pin tool ,,$ 30 at most all auto parts stores !!

Joshua Coy: my door on my truck is very rusted at the bottom, the window regulator is shot so my window keeps sliding out of track, the locking mechanism is not working, the interior trim is completely busted, and after seeing this video I'm half tempted at this point just to go to a junk yard and rip off a new door in better shape with a manual window, and replacing my current door and just converting it to all manual side view mirrors and windows. my only concern is that the door hinge guides and pins will still line up, which they should

Karl Stevens: So, here's a little trick I learned in putting the new bushings in place. If you try tapping them in, you'll just break off the flanges, and fill up your swear jar. Instead, use a 5/16" bolt about 2.5" long, two washers, and a socket that is large enough for the splined end of the bushing to fit inside. Put a washer on the bolt, run it through the flanged end of the bushing, through the hole in the hinge frame, though the open end of the socket, another washer, and then a nut. Line it all up and slowly tighten the nut/bolt. It will press the bushing in place as slick as can be. No damage, no swearing.

howard hermansen: worked great put the spring on using 4 ties

AhPhoey: Top bushings go into truck frame and bottom bushings go into door frame. Looks like putting bushings into door frame, both top and bottom works, too, according to your video.

JustTyler: Is there anywhere I can get the piece of metal that pushes against the roller pin? It's the piece that the spring is used for. I bought a truck used and this piece was broken off on the driver side

farmerbaker: I used a engine hoist and strap instead of a jack

John Lutz: do you have a video of the other upper pin with the roller? or do you sell those I have a 2000 escalade and 1 of them pins broke. any help will be appreciated. great videos by the way always helps when I'm stuck with a project.

Jason Piatt: So how about that video on how to put the springs back? Am I just not seeing it?

Victor Andrade: Do you have the link for the springs? That the video talked about

muddyriverdogz: Replaced door pins in 98 silverado. Took most of the play out but not all of it.

Travis (HitemWithTheFlex): Just did these on my 95 C1500, the bushings go in differently than this video. The top bushings go into the door frame, and the bottom pin bushings go into the door. But everything else was the same.

chris 76: what if the pin is stuck and wont pound out?

jorge fonseca: nice vedeo and great explain thanks fellas nice work i make the same on my 95 suburban cheers

Aaron Rabago: Your awesome thanks

Jimmy Carrier: Great Video

Lobsterbolt NS: Great video - but both of my lower door hinge bushings on my 97 GMC K1500 were on the door itself. Just a heads up.

Scott S: Thank you kindly for the video. Replaced both hinge pins today within 1 hour, couldn't of went any better! Great video.

Brandon Tackett: you make good helpful videos. thanks.
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