Question about 2002 Toyota Celica
The Doors on this car freezes and the latch will not hold. We have to either hold the door with our hand or run the seat belt through the pull until the compartment gets very warm inside. this also used to happen to my 93 Celica. This is not only inconvenient but dangerous.
If you can pull the inner door panel and access the handle from the backside you can spray it very well with WD-40 on the handle,roll up the window so you dont make a mess out of it! also you can spray the door seal so the door will open without sticking,a good teflon spray works well also.
good luck DB
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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