Question about 2003 Dodge Durango
Most likley the lock is sticking, once you get it open get some grease spray or WD40 spray inside the lock mechanism while using the remote to lock and unlock. do this many times as you are spraying the WD40 make sure you really get into the mechanism, you should get a small straw with the WD40 attach this and get inside the lock as much as possible. this is very common and often occurs wheen the weather goes from hot to cold or vice versa.
Also spray the lock hook part, this is the part the mechanism attachs to once shut. if this does not fix the problem the lock hook, may need to be adjusted, they often have 2 screws or bolts you simply half loosen them and re - align them. If you need more info on this please let me know
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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