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

They were very ify on my car as well because my doors were too tight.
 My doors open very nicely at the touch of a doorhandle, but the seals
are a bit too tight for the remote openers.  I took the door popper
actuators out after about a year and half of fighting with them and I
left in the remote/lock unlock feature and the door lock actuators .

My advice is if you have a fairly early car, the "Wings A Loft" might
not be the best choice for you.  They seem to work great on my
friend's '83, which feels like it has noticably lighter doors for some
reason (perhaps the plastic door guides make that much of a difference?).

Maybe this is just a problem a handful of people have.  I had some
issues wiring the door lock actuators and Toby was very friendly and
helped me work out some little bugs in my installation (ended up being
the door lock module). I highly recommend DPNW, but just wanted to
offer my experience on the door launchers (which I bought from Darryl
before Toby took over). 

-Patrick C.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Jace & Jenn" <judtnet@...> wrote:
> I have had the exact same problem, but only on the driver's side. 
> than opening and then closing the door, I have not found a cure.
> Jace
> VIN 3488

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