Just a heads up for anyone contemplating replacing their door hinges on 94-04 Mustangs... they don't make a replacement hinge pin / bushing kit for these cars. You have to replace the entire hinge. I was told you can do this without removing the fender, and I don't doubt that you can. But with the tools I had I could not get to the bolts at the rear of the hinges with anything. I ended up removing the entire door which was (just as I was told) a BIG BIG BIG mistake. My initial thought was to remove the fender. Which as it turns out wasn't that bad to do. I should have done that from the get go. Then I could have kept the door shut and easily got to the door side bolts and the body side bolts with ease. I got so frustrated after d##king with the passenger side all day that I am putting the driver side off for a later date. I still don't have the passenger door aligned good enough for my standards, but my wife is happy with it. Standing and looking at the door it needs to rotate counter-clockwise just a smidge. The front sits a tad too low. But the back is perfect. It's just that the door gap at the front and rear are not the same from top to bottom. And it is driving me nuts, because now that I have the fender back on the only way for me to adjust it would be to remove the fender again! I have removed and reinstalled just about every part on a Mustang. I can yank a tranny and reinstall it in less than an hour. Today was by far the worst day I have ever had working on a Mustang. I really hope this information helps someone. Or at least prepares them for the job they have ahead of them. The only plus to this is knowing some day soon I will have to replace the hinges on my '94 and I will have a better understanding of what not to do.