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Re: Lock Freeze

Hi Shane;

    I have found that flushing the moisture out of the locks with WD-40
before freeze-up usually kept them free all winter. Be careful with the
application; having it run down the door doesn't do the paint much good.

    Of course, now that I have the '91 200q with the heated lock cylinders,
I never have a problem!

Fred Munro

'91 200q  245k Km
-----Original Message-----
From: Shane Allen Snyder <snyders2@pilot.msu.edu>
To: quattro audi <quattro@coimbra.ans.net>
Date: Tuesday, January 13, 1998 8:33 PM
Subject: Lock Freeze

>I think the locks on my '86 4kcsq feeze too easily.  Any solution for this?
>Also, the rear deck lock is very finicky lately.  It often will not latch
>shut and is difficult to turn the key.  Any suggestions would be greatly
>*---> Shane Snyder (snyders2@pilot.msu.edu) <---*