Question about 1997 Lincoln Continental
Frozen open so door does not latch shut ,temperature way below freezing.have tried wd40 .do I have to remove the door panel? if so what is simplest way? thanks john l
You have to get the moisture off the door latch and the linkages to the inside handle and outside handle. use a lock deicer and spray the latch and warm up the car by parking in a warm place or running the heater until it thaws. You will eventually have to remove the door trim panel & lube everything and look to make sure no exces water is getting in at the base of the window. look for gaps on the seal at ends and seal them.
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