Tracker door look sticking

It's cold here on the prairies and my two door Tracker's locks consistently freezes up really easily. It takes quite a while using a hair dryer to loosen them up. So now I leave the doors unlocked and the club locked onto
the steering wheel. Do you have any suggestions on how I can prevent the door lock from sticking?
Thanks, Frozen Fingers
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spray some lithium grase in there and work it in good
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Do Not use Lithium grease in cold climates ! Lithium grease attracts moisture, which will freeze ! Motorcycle Chain and Cable Lubricant is a better choice. You might have to clean the old grease off, when dry lube with regular chassis grease, which repels water.
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Lithium attracts moisture, which freezes in cold weather. Use chassis grease, or a spray oil product. Motorcycle chain + cable lube is good.
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opps sorry about that 451ctds is correct i ment to say gragphite lube
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Lithium Grease holds water, which freezes in cold weather. Use some spray lube, such as WD 40
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