Question about Saturn SL1
Use WD-40 or similar penetrating spray & use the little red nozzle & get in behind & down sides as much as you can at door latch assy on doors. You may even find a slot right by the latch that you can stick nozzle in to spray all over. On front doors with key slots, push nozzle into key slot as far as you can & spray good while pulling nozzle out slow. Keep working them by hand at afirt until you feel them get a little easier, then start hitting power button up/down a few times & keep working it until they free up. If/when you've got them working again, spray same way, only with some "white lithium spray grease" to keep them lubricated after. I've had to resort to removing door panels to get at seized linkages in there before, but quite often, this will work. Keep me posted on results.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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