Re: [DML] Doors not working properly
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Re: [DML] Doors not working properly

$3500?!  WOW!

I don't know what is meant by "set", but the DMA club
does free torsion bar adjustments every year in the
spring.  The process is not difficult, but it does
require some special tools and experience.  Trying to
adjust your torsion bars can result in some expensive
damage to your car if you do it wrong.... maybe even
some damaged fingers!!

This years tech event (with door adjustment) will be
on April 26.

--- daviddelorean <daviddelorean@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I visited some DMC owners recently and some repair
> shops. One thing I 
> noticed on the cars that are in very good shape is
> that the doors as 
> light as a feather. I could lift the handle with my
> pinky finger and 
> whoooooooooooosh with no effort at all the doors
> shot up.
> My car isn't in that great of shape, and my doors
> weigh a ton. The 
> passenger side door is very heavy but does pop up
> when open. The driver 
> door weighs a ton, and needs help opening all the
> way. The hydrolic 
> struts are brand new.  Some of the shop owners told
> me that my doors 
> need to be "set" and I got quotes of $2,500 - $3,500
> to take the doors 
> off and fix them. That seems like a lot of money. Is
> there any other 
> way I can fix the doors myself? 

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