Re: [DML] Strut Pressure and Wings-A-Loft
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Re: [DML] Strut Pressure and Wings-A-Loft

The struts do no work at all at the initial "open". Usually problems 
like this relate to the inner door seals grabbing at the door. A good 
application of solicone spray grease on the seals will cure this problem 
in the short term. My own DeLorean's doors are too tight a fit to work 
with a remote door opener.

#1458 (very tight)
#4426 (spot on)

birdwell77095 wrote:

>I have installed the Wings-A-Loft on my car which I really like. If I 
>try to open the car remotely after a period of time, say overnight, 
>there doesn't seem to be enough strength in the struts and torsion bar 
>to push open the door. If I open the door and then close it, the doors 
>will open fine when I push the remote button. Do struts loose their 
>compression after a period of time and does opening and closing the 
>doors recompress the tension (or whatever) in the struts? Any other 
>Wings-A-Loft users have the same problem and what is the solution? I 
>don't want to tighten the torsion bar any. The doors open fully and 
>don't droop.
>VIN 16113

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