Squeeky drivers door, 95 Park Ave

The door has developed an irritating squeek when opening and closing. I've sprayed lithium grease on all the places on the hinge where metal moves
against metal, but no help. Any ideas what's causing the squeek and how to fix it?
TIA
Ed
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Ed wrote:

Lith grease is not exactly a liquid. It does not flow into the small gaps between the moving parts. Go to the auto parts or hardware store and get a spray can of chain oil.
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Look again Ed - at the hinge. You'll see a round roller about the size of a dime, or so that is part of the hinge. Lube it and make sure it rotates when you open and close the door. It will probably take a bit of lube and then opening and closing to get it to rotate well. If you don't get that disk rotating you'll never get past the squeak.
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Tr squirting the little rollers that (should) roll against the springy metal bar. Hard to explain.
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