Introduction

How to install aluminum side doors for your new vehicle

A car’s aluminium side doors are a crucial element to a new car’s interior design.

They can be the most powerful element in the design, providing added weight, ventilation and an added level of safety.

Aluminum side doors should be installed at the front, and a few other places to give the car a modern feel.

However, if you want to install side doors at the back of the car, they need to be removed.

Here are some tips on how to install aluminium side door in your new car.1.

Start with the aluminium side panels that come with your new, new-to-you car.

These should be removed and replaced.2.

Once you have removed the side panels, check the car’s original dimensions, such as the width and height.

If the car has no front or rear wheels, check it with a car shop.3.

Find out if there is any metal on the metal surface that may be affected by moisture or wear.

If you have metal in the sides of the bodywork, check if the metal is in the right location.4.

Check to see if the front and rear of the side door are covered by a roof.

If there is no roof, check to see where the metal will be.5.

Check the door sill, which is where the door will be inserted into the car.

If it is too low, check for extra room and remove it.6.

Check for any flaws in the plastic covering around the metal, such for cracks, dings and dents.

If these are present, the door should be inspected.7.

Check that the metal has been installed correctly and that the aluminium is in place.8.

Check if there are any signs of a leak in the metal or the plastic, such a leak coming from the roof.9.

Check any leaks in the door and metal.

If any of the metal and plastic areas are damaged, check that the door is in good condition.10.

Check where the hinges are and where they attach to the door.

If they are damaged and/or leaking, the hinges should be replaced.11.

If needed, replace the metal hinges and the door panels.

If not, contact a vehicle specialist to find out how to repair the door components.12.

If a leak is present, contact your local mechanic to get a new hinge, metal or plastic.

If you are unsure whether or not the aluminium or plastic on your side doors is damaged or is causing problems, contact the car shop and ask for a repair estimate.

For more information about the car and its interior, visit the Car Council’s website at www.thecouncil.org.au.