ORIGINAL: MoC2S ...he also solved one or two other annoying problems with noise from the roof and dash board...
You know, this door check stay thing is puzzling.Two years ago I had a mental breakdown and started to push me car out of the garage with the door open. Tried to stop movement but it did so of its own accord when the door edge caught the wood edge of the garage door. This caused the door to deflect upwards about 15 degrees to the horizontal.Cue for mass weeping and wailing. I imagined distorted door hinges, check stay etc.Adrenalin pumping, I grabbed the top of the door and pushed downwards with great force. The door deflected back to its original position, closed perfectly with that characteristic clunk/ click, and so far as I could see there was no creasing etc to hinges or stay.All I had to do was touch up the slightly damaged door edge paint and that was it. To this day the door and stay continue to work perfectly. Work that one out!
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