Question about Honda CRV
WD-40 sprayed into the door lock through the little red straw will help. Sometimes if the key is badly worn, it will also cause this. I'd recommend a locksmith to come take a look at the tumblers/wafers in the lock cylinder itself. Also the rods and linkages inside the door may need adjustment, but this should only be performed by a professional, because a little adjustment here can result in a lot elsewhere. Plus, the cost of adjustment on the rods would be minimal.
Posted on Jan 15, 2013
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