what household item can you use to make a door lock unfreeze so it will close and snap tightly? Every winter I have the same problem with me car?

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Most companies will charge you for junk removal. I think you will need to sell them try a yard sale. Maybe a pennysaver is also something you should try.

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Of course, it is not a big deal. A good automotive service center will surely solve this problem. Have it checked regularly whenever you feel it is uneven or feel like pulling to one side. Or there is a chance for it to skid on icy roads. Even winter vehicle inspection is also important. Go safe ...
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