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ISX

How do you adjust the doors?

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ISX    58
ISX

So there are 2 ways to adjust the door as far as I can tell and neither of them seem to "adjust" because of this one non-adjustable bolt. Here are pics of the mounts on the door and the cowl and the circled bolt is set, it can't be adjusted as far as I can tell. I thought maybe the slots would pivot around that bolt or something but they are slotted to where they go towards or away from that red circled non adjustable bolt, so it can't move around in the slots because of that. So how are you supposed to adjust them? :ahhh:

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cummins    0
cummins

I got a problem with my back left door does this fix it Mike? my door does not open I have to jig it up and push on it and pull on it . What do you think?

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Mopar1973Man    3,779
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I got a problem with my back left door does this fix it Mike? my door does not open I have to jig it up and push on it and pull on it . What do you think?

I'm going to guess you got a latch problem more than alignment problem. Does the door apper to line up properly? (equal gap around the door) Like after talking to ISX above his case of a twisted door but the problem we got is the stud in the pic which is odd because neith my 02 or 96 are setup that way... But I still think you can get the adjustment of the door right with the bolt and stud of the door.

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Prowelder    3
Prowelder

If the doors are sagging you're going to have to replace the bushings and pins.:thumbup2:

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