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.
Mike Blake: Mike you are awesome thanks for the video 👍🏻
Devin Perez: no joke if it wasnt for your channel i wouldn't have been able to fix my car with several things thanks 1a auto parts
Jesus was a Carpenter: so its just those hindges that makes my door close so poorly? Is there any other reason? Maybe I need to adjust the door? What do you think? thank you.
Ryan Dibble: Workin on a 91 dodge w250 with this problem on the drivers side, Probably going to be a little harder because it's more hidden
Ross Munn: I like your video good detail and instruction. I've got to removed my passenger door on my '96 CK1500, cause I ran into a small post in a parking lot. Boy, that's a downer. Thanks for the info. I'll be having this with me when doing the job!!!
John Pollman: I just did the new hinge pins and bushings on my 2003 GMC Sonoma SLS. It was EASY!
The only part of the job that was concerning me was the spring. I went to Harbor Freight, and for about $5 I bought a GM door spring removal tool (I've also seen them at auto parts stores for about $7) It made the whole job very easy. I opened the tool and pushed it into the spring. Then tapped it with a hammer until it stopped. Then just torqued down the screw and the spring came right out. It stayed there while I replaced the pins and bushings. When I was ready, I put the spring back in place and loosened the bolt on the tool and the spring went right back into place very easily the FIRST time I tried it. The tool made the job MUCH easier.
Cameron Morris: Hey I just got a new cab for my truck the bushings on the lower hinge appear almost if there one with the bracket any tips seems like there still the factory ones. I can't get it to budge and it's not even breaking apart and falling out.
1A Auto Parts: @Pistol Pete Depending on how the door hinge is made, you may be able to apply this procedure to your vehicle. 1aauto.com 866-403-3393
PP ( Pistol Pete): What about a 2006 GMC Sierra ? Similar install? The door is hanging low,,,
iceman54814: I have a 2000 Silverado 1500 extended cab, with the 2 suicide style doors on the back. My problem is the wind noise, I've seen forums saying that it's the weather stripping, however it seems to me that the front driver door doesn't shut tight, the top of the door seems to be away from the strip. Are there any ways to fix this problem?
MrShanewhite: Aloha ., i own a 96' Toyota T100 ., i can't find pins and bushings anywhere except from Servco Toyota @ $79.89 each ! = whole assembly hinge and all ..for 1 . for the proper fit can you direct me to someone who mite ? i would be most appreciative . Mahalo
shrtbxman: So I am having an issue. I have the pins and old bushings out but my lower bushings go in the door side. The bushings seem to be too big in both of the completely separate kits I have purchased. Pin seems to be the same size but the bushing o.d. is too large. Any ideas?
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