quit blaming the door...it's your fault.. read up on it...a manual is best you should be able to find a shop manual at the library, you'll have to make copies of the sections you want as they are reference only, but everyone should have a regualar manual for their vehicle, available at an auto parts store....may the force be with you :)
As long as the mechanic who preformed the faulty repair admits to it, and is willing to re-repair it, then no you will not have to pay. If the mechanic does not claim responsibility and refuses to fix the faulty repair, take it to small claims court and make sure to bring your invoice, receipt, and proof or pictures of the damage.
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You can repair a bent car door by taking it off and using a suction machine to pull the dents out. If this does not work you need to take it into a professional to be fixed.
With out knowing the type of construction of the door in question this is not possible to answer.
you fix it....
check track in door
Remove it and find out why it doesn't operate properly and correct the problem or replace the whole thang.
Remove the door panel, find and repair the lock linkgage.
repair or adjust the latching mechanism
In order to stop a car door from clicking, you must determine the cause of the clicking. Visit a repair shop so they can do diagnostic testing.
No. The two are separate items and not connected in any way.
If it is broken. It could be a faulty temperature blend door actuator.
I do not have heat in the car and the blend door clicks. How do I access the blend door in a 2005 Ford Explorer?
There are many companies that offer repair services for faulty laptops. Some companies that repair laptops include Tiger Direct, Geek Squad, and Staples.
Any body shop can handle the problem
It probably has a control rod that has had its plastic pivot broken. You will need to remove door panel.Good luck.
Remove inner door panel for access
Hi, here is a guide for front door http://volvospeed.com/Repair/doorpanel_remove.php
you can if the body of the car has not bent by the pulling done by the door. you may have to realign the doors.
Water is leaking inside the car, it could be from a clogged drain for the sunroof, clogged a/c evaporator case drain, faulty heater core, faulty door seal or even an improperly installed replacement windshield.
If you car was burned out while in for repair at the mechanics or as a result of faulty workmanship, then you should first make a claim using your own car insurance. It will be up to your insurers to deal with the mechanics.
you firstly align the car door with the rest of the car, the best way to check if it is aligned is to measure it with the roof. You then screw the screws of the hinge back on this should work
from the inside. take your door panel off and look around in there. the door handle is usually held on with pop rivets that have to be cut off from the inside of the door.
Your door is misaligned in some way. Check for bending or dislocation of the following items, listed from easiest to hardest to repair: Weatherstripping Latch and post Hinges Door frame (requires body shop) Car frame (scrap the car)