How do you change the door hinge pins and bushings on a 2002 GMC 1500 pickup truck?"
go to any auto store and buy new pins and bushings. open door, cut off pins. knock out the pins that are left after cutting. intall new bushings, then new pins,most times this can be accomplished with out removing hinges
You replace the truck ...it comes with new hinge pins :((
I've worked for GM for over 10 years. Look at your door hinge pins and bushings first, they are probably wore out. To tell if the pins and bushings are worn out, open the door and lift up on it from the end opposite the hinges. If the door has any play at all the pins/bushings are worn. If you let them go too long the holes in the hinge wear the bushings sit can get wallered out.
i used to work for a Chevy dealer....if you already put new hinge pins and bushings in you now have to replace hinges that have to be welded in
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The door hinges are a weak point. The hinge pins and bushings wear out and cause the door to drop and close hard if at all. Start with replacing the hinge pins and bushings. Hinge pin kits are available at your local auto parts store. You'll need a special tool to R & R the door detent spring, they are cheap and it will keep you from busting your knuckles.
a pickup and a truck are the same thing hence the term pickup truck a pickup can be a truck but a truck doesn't have to be a pickup.
usually a sagging door on a Chevrolet truck is due to worn out bushings, pins or other small and replaceable hardware that hold the joints together. These moving parts bear a good amount of stress and weight but it is very difficult to get any lubrication into them because they are small and tight. New bushings and pins (you need two sets for a door - one for each hinge) are usually about $8-$10 each set (one set of bushings and a pin for one hinge) this guy has specialty bushings that you can lubricate to prevent your new bushings and pins from being worn down. His site also has diagrams from the GM manual for their procedure on how dealerships should repair this problem http://www.andyz28.com/truck/ GM diagrams at http://www.andyz28.com/3rdGen/gmmanual.HTML
On my truck during a routine brake job. The truck was on the rack. At 99,999 miles, all the bushings of the front end had disintegrated. This is a2001 Lariat F 150 Extended cab.
yes. just take the kingpin bolt off and pull out the bushings and the hanger
thay make a tool that will bend it in place see a Mac tool truck sales man about it,but you mite need pin and bushings.
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