tightened up- pulled hinge forward- tightened
top & bottom screws that was my solution hope it works for you if the gap at he bottom needs increasing shave a bit of the bottom hinge
I did this on the other side
: I pulled both drivers and passenger doors off
: for inspection, cleanup and patching. The
: Allen screws were the toughest component.
: Heat worked well in addition to an impact
: Allen screw driver. Be careful hitting the
: allen screws as you can damage the door by
: smacking too hard. the doors are easily
: aligned, I put the drivers door back on by
: myself, but the glass was removed and
: lightened the load. my doors had a couple
: of pin holes, but were in most excellent
: condition. When the doors are off, take a
: close look in the corner at the lowest
: points of the interior. Remove the freaking
: sealant that was applied at the factory, as
: it only holds water (the only place the door
: had the pin holes was where the sealant was
: pushed into the corners...) I Por coated
: the interior of both doors. its pretty
: easy, much easier to clean, inspect, fix any
: issues. Mark from Wisconsin
: --Previous Message--
: I have heard that FC doors are hard to
: and to never take the doors off.
: I have in fact heard that several times.
: However I need to raise the rear of my
: driver door, its sagging.
: Can anyone help me with a successful
: process, or things not to do???
: Thanks in advance for the help