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What's up guys? Just got an '08 RRS HSE stornoway grey. It's my first Range and I love it already. I'm not a big computer user so you'll have to bear with me while I figure out how to post a picture. So, on to my question, the running board on the drivers door comes loose every so often. I took it into the dealer and the service guy just hit it with his fist back into place. Is there a more permanent fix for this? It's kind of annoying to have to do this every so often. Thanks.
 

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What's up guys? Just got an '08 RRS HSE stornoway grey. It's my first Range and I love it already. I'm not a big computer user so you'll have to bear with me while I figure out how to post a picture. So, on to my question, the running board on the drivers door comes loose every so often. I took it into the dealer and the service guy just hit it with his fist back into place. Is there a more permanent fix for this? It's kind of annoying to have to do this every so often. Thanks.
Running board? Or trim piece?

If it's the running board, get under there with a ratchet and tighten all the bolts up. If it's the trim then the clips may be broken.
 

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The plastic piece along the bottom of the door. So I guess the trim. Are new clips easy enough to get? While I'm on my new owner questions the different programs (grass gravel snow, etc.), are they shift on the fly or do I have to be stopped to change them? Thanks again.
 

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Your dealer sells those clips, they are one of the few inexpensive parts they sell. If you rock crawl much, buy a bag of them. :wink: You can shift among Terrain Response modes on the fly, although for the Rock Crawl program you need to engage low range first (you can switch from high to low range on the fly as well, but the transmission must be in neutral. Safer to do so while stationary or at low speeds.)
 
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