Virtually ANY time a vehicle door opens into moving traffic it will be the responsibility/fault of the party who was in control of the door. The questioner states that they were CLOSING the door??? That may be their story, but it will probably be difficult proving it.
the person who shut the door plain a simple
you can realing a car doorby removing the door form the body of the car. then have two friends hold the door up to where you want it to be then carfuly reatach the door using all of the right tools and right parts. the door should be put in the right way and not bee crooked if all of the bolts and attachments are put on right and tight. Or you can try this, put the door back on, but do not tighten completely, tighten it just enough for the door to hold on it's own as well as you to be able to adjust the door up or down as needed without the help of others. See, the idea is to be able to adjust the door as needed, up, or down then closing it gently at first so to see that the door is aligned and closing properly. if not, then push the door, either up, or down then close it again. You may have to do this a few times before you are satisfied, (Besides this it how the professionals align their doors after a repair.)
repair or adjust the latching mechanism
Open the door of the vehicle one whatever side you need to adjust. There are 3 bolts that connect the car and the door, I have a 2003 and they are 1/2 inch bolts. To adjust the door in and out use the bolt connected to the door, if it needs to move front or back use the bolts connected to the car. Open the door and get a jack and put a piece of wood on it (so you don't scratch the door) and jack the door up just enough to release tension on the door. Then loosen the bolts for whatever way you need to adjust.Good Luck
Nonone If the car is legally parked and the door is being closed, it is the car that hit it's fault, or rather the person driving that car. If the door was being opened, it is the person opening the door.
there is no said adjustment on car windows.what kind of car is needed and year to help answer questions like this
This is my way and it eliminates blindspots without the use of any other add ons. First, adjust your rear view mirror and make a note of what you see in each corner behind you. Then adjust your outside door mirrors to show what you saw into the corner of the mirror closet to you. It takes a little getting use to this and not all door mirrors will adjust to this point, but if you can, it is great!
loosen #3 phillip head screws (2) on clasp on door pillar and push in to tighten door then re-tighten screws
The hinge or check strap will have the hold open detent.
It depends on the door and the car. Some use specially designed shims, others slide and are adjusted by loosening the mounting bolts while others still are carefully "bent" as needed to adjust the door.
Yes, a bodyman car readjust your door by manulipulating the hinges.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder...?
Because your a retard
Something is wrong with your rear door and it is not closing properly in the first place. Your door lock actuator is broken, it will need to be replaced.
there is a little plunger switch where the door closes (between the hinges) that will need to be cleaned or replaced...
usually there are four bolts on the body side of the door hinges. you can loosing and adjust the door using trial and error method. Unless the door is really twisted or something it can be adjusted enough to fix this problem. hope this helps.
How do you adjust the governor on a 2004 Club Car ?
Open the door you wish to adjust and look at the body part of the car to which where the door latch mechanism attaches. It is a silver slab that has a U shaped piece to it. This is the striker and you must adjust it to allow the door to close flush to the car again. It will require a torx screwdriver (it looks like a star), and I believe it is size T25. Loosen both torx screws and reposition the striker a bit in, since the door is sticking out and you want to make the door flush. You can try putting on some Loc-Tite that basically hardens the screw into place so you won't have to do this again.
There should be a small level or button on the drivers side of the car that will pop the little door open so you can put gas in the car.
Should be little levers on the bottom of the door latches Should be little levers on the bottom of the door latches
how do you adjust a carburetor on a club car golf cart?
they are incorporated into the door latches ,if your door ajar stays on one trick is to soak the latches down with wd-40 and keep opening and closing the doors and it should go off..