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How to Lubricate Your Car's Hood Hinges
Hood hinges secure the hood in place and protect your engine bay. Over time, hinges begin to wear out which causes noise and hood misalignment.
Do You Need to Lubricate Door Locks and Hinges?
Every so often you need to lubricate your car door locks and hinges. Use silicone spray, white lithium grease, or graphite to lubricate door hinges.
What’s the Correct Lubricant to Use on Door Locks and Hinges?
Lubricate your door locks and hinges as part of regular car care and maintenance. Graphite powder and white lithium grease should be used differently.
How to Lubricate Car Trunk Hinges
Car trunks can be noisy and hard to use if the hinges are dry or plugged with debris. Keep trunk hinges well lubricated so your car trunk works well.

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Door not closing
Hi there, if the hinge is damaged it could throw off the alignment of the door and not allow it to shut properly. You should have a certified technician, such as one from YourMechanic, inspect the hinges and latches for...
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Hood hinge is not aligning the hood.
Hi there. If the hood will not set correctly on the vehicle and the adjustments were made in all directions, then the hinges may be bent or out of placement. I recommend replacing the hinges with new ones to have...
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Convertible top won't go back up.
Hi there. Check the hinges on the convertible top and see if they are binding up when operating the up selection. Check the hydraulic system and see if there is any air in it. Air in the hydraulics system for...
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How long does it take to replace the hinges?
The door hinge replacement takes about 2 to 3 hours to replace depending on who is performing the job and is they have a helper to hold the door up in place or not. If you need further assistance with...

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