Originally Posted by WANNABE2
You may need to adjust the positioning of the strut on the passenger side. Did the struts come with shims??...may need to use some.
I double checked everything, even a friend's Merci does it, his passenger door wont go up
Originally Posted by c2
In October we were traveling with our friends and their 2009 Murci. In the middle of the trip his driver door stopped working (wouldn't go up).
A Lambo tech advisor suggested manually pulling the door up and down several times. Apparently if they aren't used much - the fluid can settle to the bottom of the hydraulic piston and it may "seize". By manually opening and closing several times he was able to re-distribute the fluid and the door worked like new.
He drives his car very rarely (usually once a year for GIRO and maybe one car show per summer...MAYBE (he hates car shows and all the attention). Usually the car sits covered in his garage.
We had assumed a part failed and it would need replacing. Talk about an easy, cheap fix! Your issue may be different - but it's worth giving it a try.
When I manually open-close the door, it works like a charm! But after 5 minutes or so I have to lift it again with my hands