remove the pins from the hinges there is probrably a clip on the bottom of the pin
Remove the inner kick panel. Disconnect the wiring harness. Drive the pins out of the hinges - remove door.
You have to drive the pins out after removing the retainer clips. The hinges are welded to the door and to the body.
Open your doors, you may need to remove your fenders .Then find the nuts for the hinges, remove the nuts while supporting the door. Be careful of your door. Remove the hinges from the frame, replace, follow through in reverse.
You will have to replace the door hinges are pins.
Only the hinge pins can be replaced without major bodywork as the hinges are welded to the doors and the frame.
Unscrew the hinges..?
disconnect wiring harness, mark hinges, remove bolts securing hinges to body.
There is a good chance the door hinges are worn and the door dropped down a bit. Your local auto parts store can supply you with a rebuild kit for your hinges. It comes with new pins and bushings. The kit is inexpensive. You will need to remove the door to install the bushings.
the door hinges are welded so you have to use a small hammer and small punch to tap out the pins that look like big nails.
Open the door, pull the pin from the stopper between the two hinges and undo the four bolts on the hinges, thats it
the hinges should have pins remove um and its off
Check the pins closer. Where the pins go through the hinges they are known to wear thinner. Also check the hinge bolts to make sure that the hinges aren't moving.
Open the door, removed the limiting strap on the inside that prevents the door from opening too far. Remove the nuts on the bottom of both hinges of the door. Then the door can be lifted off the hinges. Note that its surprisingly heavy, about 50 pounds as I recall.
No door hinges and cabinet hinges are two different things. Door hinges are generally much larger than cabinet hinges. Cabinet hinges and door hinges are not at all the same. They are different sizes and can withstand different amounts of weight.
Have to remove the door, then remove pins and bushings
go to any auto store and buy new pins and bushings. open door, cut off pins. knock out the pins that are left after cutting. intall new bushings, then new pins,most times this can be accomplished with out removing hinges
One way is to remove it from its hinges or mounting.
u have to grind the hinges
Door hinges are magnet
Because the hinges are welded in place, replacing the hinge pins and bushings should restore the door back to original position.
The old door hinge pins have to be cut out with a torch on a 1989 F-150. Then, new hinge pins can be welded into place. This part might be available at an automotive salvage yard for a fraction of the cost of new hinges.
To replace a door threshold gasket you have to place a pair of sawhorses outside and make sure they are set up so that the door can be laid flat on top of them. Take a screwdriver and insert it into the bottom of the pin on one of the hinges. Use your hammer to pound on the top of the screwdriver to force the hinge pin upwards and out of the hinge. Repeat this process for the rest of the hinges. It is important to keep the door closed while removing the hinge pins so that the door or floor is not damaged. Open the door slowly and pick and slide it over the side to remove it from the hinges. Set the door on the sawhorses. Inspect the threshold seal on the bottom of the door. Remove the strip by removing the screws on the bottom of the door and sliding the threshold seal out of the channel that holds it. Slide the new threshold seal into the channel and re-insert the screws to lock it into position. Remove the door from the sawhorses and take it back into the house. Set the door back onto the hinges, inserting it in the closed position. Re-insert the door hinge pins using a hammer to pound them all the way back into place. Open and close the door to see how the seal affects the operation of the door.
Remove the door from it's hinges and sand/file down the part that is dragging.
You remove the wire cluster then unbolt the hinges from the frame, leaving them on the door.