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Ralf S.
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Sagging parts

Poor old Tarquini is showing his age.

I noticed the drivers door has gone a bit saggy. It closes alright if I push it hard enough but if I don't then it's sagged enough over the years so that the top trailing edge just catches the top of the rear door.

What's needed to fix this?

Ralf S.
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i should imagine you need 2 new door hinge's.
i aint a clue how much they are? best asking some one with a parts cd.
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door hinge pins should do the trick ,look at the hinges and there will be 2 pins per door poss a clip to keep in place .take the clips off and knock them out with a slightly smaller section bar and hammer then fit new one jobs a gooden ,that is if its like my old car that i had same prob with not hard to do but dont snap them as itll be a pain getting them out try jacking up the door so they have the clearance to get them out .
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