The door needs to be supported on a jack with a helper steadying it. With the hinge either on the truck or off, hammer the pin out of the hinge. You may need to grind the tip off to get it out. Hammer the bushings out then install the new bushings in as well as the pin. Do the same for the other hinge.
You replace the truck ...it comes with new hinge pins :((
I've worked for GM for over 10 years. Look at your door hinge pins and bushings first, they are probably wore out. To tell if the pins and bushings are worn out, open the door and lift up on it from the end opposite the hinges. If the door has any play at all the pins/bushings are worn. If you let them go too long the holes in the hinge wear the bushings sit can get wallered out.
a pickup and a truck are the same thing hence the term pickup truck a pickup can be a truck but a truck doesn't have to be a pickup.
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i used to work for a Chevy dealer....if you already put new hinge pins and bushings in you now have to replace hinges that have to be welded in
The door hinges are a weak point. The hinge pins and bushings wear out and cause the door to drop and close hard if at all. Start with replacing the hinge pins and bushings. Hinge pin kits are available at your local auto parts store. You'll need a special tool to R & R the door detent spring, they are cheap and it will keep you from busting your knuckles.
The mass of a pickup truck depends on the truck but the average truck is about 162 kg.
yes. just take the kingpin bolt off and pull out the bushings and the hanger
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It is possible depending on what kind of pickup truck you own.