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Door drop -bad hinge?

Discussion in 'Ibiza Mk2 (1993-1999)' started by skyrocketeer, Jan 6, 2007.

  1. skyrocketeer

    skyrocketeer Guest

    I've discovered that the hard-to-open passenger door is down to the fact that the top hinge has a fair bit of play, allowing the door to drop and bind on the striker. Am I right in thinking that I can simply replace the pin? Just that the parts catalogue only lists the hinges as a complete assembly and replacement of the whole hinge looks like a door-off type scenario (not my favourite...)
  2. skyrocketeer

    skyrocketeer Guest

  3. Czechboy

    Czechboy Tarmac terrorist

    Apr 14, 2005
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    You should just pop down to your local scrappie, As I think the Golf and Polo should use the same hinge, so just nick the pin/hinge from them

  4. skyrocketeer

    skyrocketeer Guest

    Hmm, will check ETOS for part numbers, but that makes the availability a bit easier.

    So the bonus questions is: Can anyone reccomend a Seat (or Seat friendly) breaker in or near Bristol??? :)

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