Question about Honda del Sol
Get a can of liquid graphite. Spray into the lock, aiming in different directions to spread the graphite in as many places as you can. Now stick the key into the lock repeatedly, feeling for the movement of the individual pins inside. After 15 to 20 insertions, try turning the key. If the key turns but does not open the trunk ( boot ) you'll need to go to a locksmith. If the key doesn't turn, repeat above procedure until you have movement in the lock - you should have success after the first time. It would be a good idea to spray all of your locks, as I'm sure they are all dry and sticky after 15 years!!
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Posted on Nov 16, 2010
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