Q: Door making noise

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The right door is making noise when I open the door. It almost feels like it will fall down.

Hello. The door hinges to your right door are loose or detaching from the body of the car. I suggest that you stop use of the right door until you can get the problem fixed. The best place to take your car for repair would be a body shop as this kind of shop specializes in repairs like this one.

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