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Has been sitting for months, dead battery. door locks are jammed

Keys won't open either one of the doors, or the rear hatch. they appear to be jammed shut, and won't allow key to engage to open door..battery is dead and I can't get into the engine to replace battery...

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Take nozzle of WD-40, stick it in key slot as far as you can, lots of spray in there and keep spraying as you pull little red nozzle out slowly, and give it a little time, and try working key, first just slide it in & out a few times then keep trying to turn it. May take 2 or 3 sprayings to unseize things.

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