[DML] Re: Door won't close property
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[DML] Re: Door won't close property

Is your car an early VIN?  The early VIN doors sometimes get "floppy" 
due to the bonding material DMC used early on.  From what I understand, 
the later VIN doors were put together with a different bonding material 
that has a stronger hold.  Not sure what the fix would be other than a 
new door, or learning to shut your door in a particular way so that the 
strikers line up as you are closing it.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "daviddlasvegas" <daviddlasvegas@...> 
> With regard to my DMC which I find a new problem with every day...
> Last night I got in the car and tried to close the driver side door. 
> Pull down and CLLLLLUUUUUUUUUUUUNK. Instead of closing is slams 
> against the sidewall. So the door is for some reason not moving 
> downward straight and is hitting the side of the door opening. Any 
> ideas what would cause this and what a repair would be?
> The only way I can close it property is to pull it down from inside 
> the open window.

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