I have a very strange problem with the driverís door alignment on my 2009 XC90. A few days ago there were very strong winds here gusting up to 90km/h. When my wife opened the door, it slipped from her hand and the wind flung it open hard to its stop.
Since then, the top of the door is no longer flush with the vehicle body; it sticks out a bit. The bottom is fine. As a result, there is wind noise. Itís as if the angle of the door no longer matches the carís body.
I donít see any adjustment for this; the top hinge would have to be moved inwards, or the bottom hinge outwards, to correct but it doesnít seem possible. The only door adjustment I can see is the striker plate, which has nothing to do with this issue since it was caused by the door being flung open. I donít even see any damage - the hinges donít seem bent at all.
Any ideas? Could it be the pin inside the hinge for example? Iím baffled by this.
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