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I cannot open my driver's side door on my 2000 Honda Accord--not from the inside or the outside. The key, the lock stick, and the remote do not work. I have tried using the key and pulling up the door lock stick at the same time, too. Nothing works. The passenger side is okay.

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Use wd 40(you can get in walmart) spray on your key and in the lock and it will work

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