|Manufacturer||Dorman - HELP|
|Item Weight||11.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11.25 x 3.62 x 2.3 inches|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Item model number||38300|
|Exterior||Ready To Paint If Needed|
|Manufacturer Part Number||38300|
|OEM Part Number||GMRP03; 19260063|
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Dorman 38300 Door Hinge Detent Roller for Select Cadillac/Chevrolet/GMC Models
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Restore the ease and convenience of a properly functioning vehicle door with Dorman's Door Hinge Roller. By reestablishing the door's detent mechanism, it prevents the door from swinging open unexpectedly and from suddenly blowing shut. Plus, it saves you time, money and labor: replace only the damaged or broken roller, not the entire door hinge assembly.
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Set a blanket on the floor and have a small pillow!
Remove the lower kick panel and side dash cover. Unplug the door harness and boot. All you need is a 10mm wrench with a ratchet end, to remove the two bolts from the bottom hinge that go into the door and 1 10mm bolt from the bottom of the top hinge. I was able to lift the door by myself. Set the bottom of the door on the blanket and lean the door against something and use the pillow to cushion the door when you lean it.
There is no need to adjust the door as the bolts have a collar that centers them in the hinge.
The only tools needed are a 10mm, 7/16 and 1/2 wrench
Quick and dirty installation instructions with door attached to vehicle...
Use a large screwdriver or prybar to po the spring out, you will figure it out.
Used a sawzall to cut the old pins, wound up having to cut them in two places to facilitate removal.
Pre-greased the pin with "red grease". Inserted new pin from bottom, ensure bearing goes on pin with lip on bottom. Hold pin with needle nose pliers in one hand and tap upwards with hammer. Once pin begins to seat you do not need pliers. Tap until pin looks to be seated against bottom of hinge. Remove 1st 13 mm bolt this give access to top of new hinge pin to install retaining nut with socket...
I had to use 1/4" drive with extension to give ratchet room to function. The nut took a 7/16" socket 1/4" drive socket. You do not have to "uggga-dugga" this, in fact you don't want to over tighten any of the bolts in this process, look up manufacturer's specs if you want exact trq.
Install 13 mm bolt and tighten. Now in order to reinstall the spring I had to remove the two 10mm bolts. Once you get the spring installed, install the 10mm bolts back into the hinge.
On one I was able to get the spring tool to get the spring mostly seated then a used a pry bar to get it to fully seat on the upsets that hold the spring. On the other, I may have opened a portal to an alternate dimension with the curses, grunts, blood, smashed fingers, bruised knuckles, sweat, and tears I shed. I think by shear determination after about an hour and a half I managed to get it mostly seated and was able to gently tap it in to place with a hammer...
I honestly think this has more to do with the individual spring as the more problematic one had more of "bow in it.
Personally I am very satisfied with this product and the lack of the horrible screeching and groaning that my vehicle made before when the front doors were opened.
One thing I don't like, the grease fitting isn't like a normal grease Zerk with a ball stop in it, it's just an open hole. The only thing keeping the grease from coming out the bottom is it's own viscosity and the tiny rubber cap that isn't very secure.