Question about 2005 Honda Civic
There is a small solinoid inside the door. Place your hand on the door and lock the car. You will feel if the solinoid is working because you'll feel the door 'clunk'. Hopefully you'll feel that. If that is ok, take the inside door panel off carefully, fully grease the lock mechanism. If the solioid has gone, take it off the door panel, and spray with releasing oil. Drench it. Attatch two wires to the solinoid, and touch on the battery until it releases, just tap it, not holdt it on the battery, if still no luck, replace the solinoid.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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