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Any other 98+ Sentra folks notice that the back doors seem to have too much opening/shutting effort? Doesn't feel like WD40 would help at all, just that they are "too tight" in the hardware that determines the effort. Anyone agree or is my car just strange?
 

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I noticed it also. My son sits on the passenger side in the back it almost seems that the driver side back door needs more effort. I was just thinking it needs to be broken in seeing as I open that side less than the other.

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Cool a reply to this! :)
I mean the doors aren't _hard_ to open, but they are so different from the front doors that seem so perfect it's just weird. I'll try spraying them with WD40 sometime and see what happens.
 

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Try a white luthium grease in a spray can. I think thats what the use at the factory. It sticks better and dosen't run.

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and you can buy the lithium grease from nissan. I think that is what they use b/c they sell it at the counter (at Courtesy anyways) and comes in spray forum.
 

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Now you want a spray forum? Jeeze brian, we can't have the forum topics be THAT specific :)
 
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