How to Stop Car Door from Squeaking

Too much noise coming out of the doors might gets annoyed  for the passenger and driver, All these kind of squeaks could distract the driver from driving and could lead to accident, therefore how to stop car door from squeaking now becomes easy and quick.

Mostly old cars door getting squeaks due to corrosion, dust and sometimes other metal particles stuck in the door which generate squeaks.

Therefore to prevent from this here is some guidelines as mentioned below.

Find the location of squeaking.

Search and find only be possible by opening the door located from the inside body, identify the area of noise.  Hinges, seals, and the door,  check are all possible target locations.

Clean the squeaks area.

Use simple crockery cleaning formula, apply to the area of the noise similarly like washing crockery, grease must be apply on it after cleaning the area after cleaning  if the area got too much rust and dust then use high quality grease if noise still occur after cleaning.

Seek expert advice especially on electric windows and doorS  if you don’t have any experience.

Winter noise

Sometime noise generate from rubber located in the door panels especially in winter season it became hard resultant making noise, to remove complete noise, get lotion wax which uses for interior cleaning with shining and apply on to the rubber, it affects by soften the rubber and the car will get back on sound proof.

How to remove noise from hinges and seals

Apply recommended lubricants for only that issues , avoid any other low quality lubricants or some chemical formula for all these issues.

Best lubricant available would be White Lithium Grease. Motor Oil,, other famous lubricant on the name of 3M, WD-40  which contains Silicone  for better and effective use.

Related Article:  Good Lubricants for Car Window Tracks

Other issues could be a mechanical one such as any nuts and bolts of the car door are lose and making noise from it, tightened the lose bolts to get rid of noise.

Another issue can be door seals and bolts are being corroded, therefore must replace corroded nuts and bolts.
If hinges are the source of the squeak, cleaning and lubricating them does not get rid of the noise, you may have to replace the hinges to stop the car door from squeaking. First, check to see if the hinges are corroded. An auto body shop may be able to get rid of minor rust without damaging the car’s paint. However, if the rust is pervasive, the hinges are likely to continue squeaking no matter how you treat them. Replacing the hinges should be a quick and inexpensive fix.

All these are the steps with general guidelines of How to Stop Car Door from Squeaking