RE: [DML] doors rubbing T panel
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RE: [DML] doors rubbing T panel

I had the same problem. Turns out the foam spacer under the "T" panel turned
to dust and the panel was sagging. Remove the "T" panel and add a couple of
layers of 3/4" weather strip foam to build it back up, now the panel sits
where its supposed to.

Dave Sontos
Vin 02573

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Sent: Saturday, August 06, 2005 8:16 PM
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Subject: [DML] doors rubbing T panel

Hi all

since replacing my door struts, my doors now rub the T panel.

the T panel looks the correct height and alignment, the only adjustment as
far as i can see is upward.

i can't see how upward adjustment will make the doors miss touching the

my question is do i need to adjust the T panel, or are my (UK) supplied
struts too long? (does anyone have the correct length?)

its frustrating as everytime i open the door i know i'm damaging the top
edge corner of the door, only slight but when the cars your pride and joy...

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