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Originally Posted by Kraig1957 View Post
The reason I recommended WD-40 is moisture probably ran down between the window and the door and coated the locking mechanism with water and froze. WD-40 will melt the ice and displace the water so the lock is free to operate. Good to see that you were able to get into the car.


Agree with one caution... if you live in a "cold climate" (freezing type winter conditions), you can use WD 40 during nice weather but you must make sure to clean it out for winter as it will thicken to the point you will think the lock assembly is frozen....dry powder graphite is the best lube.


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