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Door Squeaks - Fixes?

I have 2013 F250 with 5300 miles on it and the driver door has a squeaky in the hinge. I am going to take it into for Ford and have them fix it but after its out of warranty, it would be nice to know what you guys use to remedy this issue.
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Did you try some oil on the hinges? Sometimes some silicone spray on the rubber seal around the doors can stop squeaks and preserve the rubber. Worth a try.

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Did you try some oil on the hinges? Sometimes some silicone spray on the rubber seal around the doors can stop squeaks and preserve the rubber. Worth a try.
I have done that in the past, but I wanted to see what others i.e. ford would do in this case. The less messy the better. If I add oil to them, it will attract dirt like crazy.
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If your concerned about attracting dirt you could try some type of dry lube like graphite or even silicone spray that dries after application.

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