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Old 02 Feb 2011, 09:28 am
Iowna Uass
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Default Stinkin frozen door locks...

05 CRV, power locks work fine until it hits -25 C then the front passenger
power lock will not operate. The door will unlock manually, but the solenoid
and/or linkage is frozen.
Once the temperature warms up above -20, the situation corrects itself.
I'm thinking either moisture got in, lack of lubrication, or I have a bum

I'm thinking I need to lube the linkage, but if I can't figure out a way to
do the deed effectively without removing the door panel, I'll have to wait
until the thaw in April.
I don't have access to a warm garage to do the work.

Any suggestions for lock linkage lubing without panel removal?
Or should I just live with it until spring when I can remove the panel
without breaking it?

I won't know about the state of the soleniod until I can access it and do
some tests. It may just need a little lube as well..

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