At times, it may appear as though it is latched but will come open when hitting a bump etc. You need an oily substance, not a graphite-y substance. In November 2009, the front driver door handle and the rear driver side door handle broke internally. Now, the front driver's side lock has stopped working as well. Graphite does not prevent corrosion. Inability to start engine; 2. You've just answered your own question.
The tumblers in the trunk lock were the problem. I spend 50 cents and bought a machine screw, washers, and bolt and put it on the actuator arm to take up the slack. I'm planning on taking the car to the dealer in the next week or so, and I'll let you know what I find out. I would not worry about the ignition lock. It is cylindrical with two tabs.
Such key may have to be cut on all sides to enable someone to cut the key properly, this can be done manually as it used to be or through digital means. This problem surface or kick start after Honda decide to change the ignition cut key to a higher security laser cut key in 2002, prior to this period, Honda has been using the standard key of which many of their numerous users are used to. I'm hoping that the more protected environment of the ignition switch will prevent such a problem from happening there. But then it never gets much below -10F where I live. After driving the car for almost 1000 miles, the navigation systems started showing different towns from the one I was, I took the car to the dealer, they change the antenna, and now, it doesn't work at all.
The problem with car locks -- and what makes them different -- is that they pick up a lot of water, and water that's sometimes mixed with salt. I'm planning on taking the car to the dealer in the next week or so, and I'll let you know what I find out. Someone suggested that so I want to confirm. When the electrical components failed, the doors could not be manually unlocked. Spray or inject this light oil into the lock.
Lock Ease, probably the most popular lubricant meant specifically for locks, isn't really a good choice for automotive locks used in snowy climates. The windown will only go back up halfway and gets off track, it has been in the shop several times. Interestingly enough, the flapper on the driver's side door lock failed in my previous car 1988 Honda Civic , but I never had a problem with that lock. That way you would still have the same key for the door and ignition. A gun-shop or sewing-machine shop may be able to help. What if the passenger s need to get out during an emergency?.
The consumer stated the dealer failed to correct the recall. The rest of them have to pee on the electric fence for themselves. I had a non-dealer look at it and he said it was likely a problem with some sort of module, and he said it's expensive and something the dealer should fix. How much risk is there that I'll have the same problem later with the ignition? Then when I try to lock the car with the key, alarm can take up to 2 min for the alarm to stop screaming! The fan stopped working so I changed the relay. Automakers install a little metal door in the key slot in an attempt at keeping out most of the water. This eventually causes the tumblers to stop sliding, and either 1 the key won't go in, or 2 it won't come out, or 3 it won't turn.
They have special oils that are meant for this purpose. One may not notice it as early as possible, not until it begins to develop fault. And now I can't drive anywhere because the ignition won't work. Sliding into the driver's seat from the other side of the car isn't an option in a car with bucket seats. The door will not open from inside.
At least when the problem is just a door or trunk lock, I have workarounds. The dealership informed contact the door locks on the vehicle were no longer being used, and the new lock system that was being used could not be installed on this vehicle. After going to the dealer 8 times, still they couldn't fix it. About 2 years ago, I began having periodic trouble with the rear driver's side door lock. If so, then it may be a wiring issue. See the part about the key.
Provide details and share your research! A gun-shop or sewing-machine shop may be able to help. Honda, in recent time, has recorded the highest number of car theft in the state. The door locked and unlocked with no buzzing. If it's aerosol, the better for you. Under ordinary circumstances passenger door locks are hardly ever used and are not even being included on many newer models. Someone suggested that so I want to confirm. Or does it sound like a more expensive problem? Again, I would look first at the driver's door for this one, but the front passenger's door might also do this.