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Chevrolet Sonic Repair Manual: Rear Side Door Adjustment (4 Door Notch Back 69)

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Rear Side Door Adjustment

Callout

Component Name

1

Rear Side Door

Caution:

Refer to Fastener Caution.

Procedure

  1. Loosen the rear door hinge bolt?€‰(Qty:?€‰4) to adjust the rear door.
  2. Adjust the rear door in order to obtain an even gap between the rear door and the roof, the quarter outer panel, the rocker panel and the front side door and so that the rear door is flush with the roof, the quarter outer panel, the rocker panel and the front side door.
  3. Adjustment

  • Rear side door to roof

    (a) 4.0?€‰mm ?± 1.0?€‰mm (0.16?€‰in ?± 0.04?€‰in)

  • Rear side door to front door (above belt)

    (b) 3.5?€‰mm ?± 1.0?€‰mm (0.14?€‰in ?± 0.04?€‰in)

  • Rear side door to rocker panel

    (c) 3.5?€‰mm ?± 0.75?€‰mm (0.14?€‰in ?± 0.03?€‰in)

  • Rear side door to front side door (below belt)

    (d) 3.5?€‰mm ?± 0.75?€‰mm (0.14?€‰in ?± 0.03?€‰in)

  • Rear side door to rocker panel

    (e) 5.5?€‰mm ?± 1.0?€‰mm (0.22?€‰in ?± 0.04?€‰in)

Tighten


25?€‰Y (19?€‰lb?€‰ft)

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