I appreciate all the input. I solved the problem. I forced the door open from the inside. Had to crawl in from the next Bay. The top slide bolt was some what cracked. I sorta finished cracking it. Now I have a Bay door with one locking slide bolt. I believe if I had cleaned it really good, it would not have malfunctioned.Live and learn
Keep in mind the Allen screw could very well be metric.
Awww Man, I sure hope not, I'D hate to drive all the way to China just
for a metric Allen wrench. Good side is maybe I could get a few good egg rolls while there.
I crawled in from the next Bay door. I removed the back from the lock. There are two cables attached to a piece of something which has two arms.These two cables One going to the top and the other to the Bottom. These cables work to unlock the two latches one at top and the other on the bottom (of the lock side)These cables are secured by a tiny Allen screw, sorta like a towel bar screw. Any hoo I believe the screws have loosened over the years and need to be tightened. Now, if I can find, at the nearest Hardware, an Allen wrench small enough to fit the screw.
On our 2006 revolution, one of the bay doors has locked it's self and I can not get it to open with the key. All the other doors are functional . I have used WD-40 and it does not solve the problem. Any Ideas? Thanks for any input.