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Is it cold where you live? The colder it is, the harder it may be for older lock selenoids to lock/unlock all the way. You might try using WD-40 down the selenoid shaft. While you've got the door panel off, snap the lock rod out of its plastic guides and clean them really good, and wipe the rod clean where it slides in the guides. Last summer I did this, along with re-greasing the inside of the lock selenoid, and it made the locks work like new.
I will do that, but right now the temp is in the low 20's for highs, and about 10 at night in ny, so I am going to wait until it warms up to finish the job. But while I was talking the door panel off the back of it the clips that hold the inner panel to the door, it riped off the inner door, do they sell replacements?
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