View Full Version : QC Doors... (posessed)

12-09-2002, 11:29 AM
Hey folks, Quick question: <br><br>Is anybody else out there with a QC having troubles with their doors not working?<br><br>I've had a broke door twice now and, had to remove the inside panel to manually activate the lift rods to open the passenger door. It had come off the handle/twist mechanism. It is a real pain in the you know what to remove the door panels (with door closed) and re-attach the lift rods every couple of weeks. One week, I had both doors inop and I was wondering if my truck was made on a monday night near football (like on the tool commercial&gt;..)<br><br>I may go to the ******* on this one too, and see if it's a trend item. I may have to buy a new mechanism because it's had enough of my &quot;re-bending&quot; to get the rods to re-attach. <br><br>Just wanted to get an Idea if anybody else has had trouble with this same problem. <br><br>Thanks for your input...<br><br>Pete <br><br>P.S. Looking for a good place to buy rear/dual mud flaps too. If you know of a good place/brand to buy, please respond! (I figure this site is full of real life test dummies like me, that know the products out there! [laugh])

12-09-2002, 09:39 PM
But your McGyver! Can't you just fix it with some bubblegum, a pen, a popsicle stick and some twine?? ??? [laugh]<br><br>I would take it to the dealer if your in warranty... ;D<br><br>Tony

12-09-2002, 10:25 PM
Yea, yea, yea... I know. I fixed it today- took 30 min, some doorpanel grommets and bailing wire. <br><br>I'm just getting tired of fixing it every week! Is this a trend item?<br><br><br>I believe that the warranty is over at 36k on the body. I&quot;m at 56k.<br><br>Thanks though, for the &quot;McGyver&quot; reminder. I'm chasing a fuel leak too, maybe someone will chime in... <br><br>Pete

12-10-2002, 11:13 AM
I haven't seen anyone on here complain about it, and I never had it happen on the two dodges I have owned. Might want to take it in and have 'em look at it anyway.... at least get an estimate...


12-10-2002, 12:31 PM
Well, Stuck doors never seemed to bother them Duke Boys!<br> ::) [laugh]<br><br>Nieghbor down the street mentioned something about that with his QC a few months back. <br>I'll have to ask him for more details. Its been a while, but I remember him having to replace some linkage.<br>Sorry for the vagueness. If I see him this week, I'll ask him again.<br>Rich.

12-10-2002, 09:43 PM
Good one, they drove a Mopar too! <br><br>Thanks for the post... I made it through today without the door being inop, so I have a good start to the week. <br><br>Hear from you soon maybe.<br><br>Cheers,<br><br>Pete

12-11-2002, 02:01 AM
One of my quad doors won't open from the inside. Was hoping there was an adjustment &quot;hole&quot; so I wouldn't have to tear it apart. No such luck...and I'm feeling too lazy to tear it down right now.

12-11-2002, 08:20 AM
If you need some info, just ask and I'll let you know what the best way to get into it is. <br><br>I've done it about 5 times, it'll take you about 1 hour and cost you about $10 (dealer) or $4 aftermarket for plastic door retainer &quot;dufers&quot;. <br><br>Not too hard, just like you said: &quot;Finding time!&quot;<br><br>Pete

12-11-2002, 08:22 AM
P.S. If it won't open from the inside, but does from the jamb latch, let me know because I had that problem on my drivers side only and it turned out to be a broken cable: pretty spendy part but I used bailing wire on it and it works fine. <br><br>SUPERGLUE AND BAILING WIRE: NOW THAT'S A MCGYVER FIX!<br><br>Cheers...

12-11-2002, 11:38 AM
Try genosgarage.com for the mudflaps. They have lots of other parts too..

12-11-2002, 12:10 PM
<br>Good one, they drove a Mopar too! <br><br>Thanks for the post... I made it through today without the door being inop, so I have a good start to the week. <br><br>Hear from you soon maybe.<br><br>Cheers,<br><br>Pete<br><br><br>I talked to his wife last night. He and the truck are away on business this week. She expects him back Saturday night but he leaves again on Sunday. <br>I will try to catch him when he's home this weekend. <br>I'll let you know what I find.<br><br>Rich.