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Old 11-11-2009, 12:46 PM   #1
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Storage Compartment Door Gaps.

Here we go again with a question that probably speaks a bit about quality of workmanship. I have an 04 Diplomat with storage doors that have hinges on top and each door swings up to open. The hinge goes the width of the each door. The gaps between each door varies and are not uniform or constant. The problem, there are two door with no gaps between them and one door is overlapping the door next to it and can't be opened without opening the other door. The question is, are these door gaps adjustable?
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On my 04 Monarch there is one pop rivet between each door to keep the gap. Without the rivet the door should slide front to rear to adjust and install a rivet at each end between doors.
Don't know if your doors are the same though.

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Problem solved. As it turns out, the cargo doors on my motorhome probably shifted during my 1600 mile trip and were easily pulled back into place without tools or removing any rivets. Thanks for the feedback Mike, it gave me a place to start. I hope this posting helps all other Monaco owners.
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