Hi What you have are worn bushings on your door pins . I just replaced mine. You can purchase the bushings at a any gm garage the spring in the door has to be removed it is a bugger! Unless you have a door spring commpression tool (i purchesed one at my local auto parts store $18). These bushings wear and crack. Support your door , remove door pins with a pin punch, replace the bushings, replace pins ,replace spring. Hope this helped!
Your local auto parts store can sell you an inexpensive tool to remove and replace that door detente spring. Other hinge parts such as the pin and roller for the door detente and hinge pins and bushings are also available.
Remove the inside door panel. Disconnect the wiring from the door and slip the wires through the opening in the door jam. Remove the door detente spring. This is best done safely with an inexpensive tool that your local auto parts store can sell you. Remove the pin retaining clips. Have a friend hold the door while you drive out the pins, the lower pin goes up and the upper pin goes down to remove. Drive out the old bushings with a hammer and a punch. Do not hammer the new bushings in place, they are brittle and will break. Use a 5/16" bolt, nut and a series of different sized washers to press the new bushings in place. Replace door in reverse order.
NO it will not.
There are many bushings in that vehicle, need to know which ones you want to change.
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