I just cleaned out the little pocket where the sliding door roller slides on the track (the one on the bottom). I cleaned out all the old grease and relubed the track with this special grease from the Honda dealership called Shin Etsu silicone grease. I found that when the roller begins the curved part of its travel (about 2/3 of the way closed), it makes an aweful metal to metal screeching sound. The roller just seems to push the lubricant out of the way. Should I use a heavier grease for this track? Maybe use some parrafin that you seal jars of homemade jam or jelly with? Is this the correct grease to use to lube this track? My Chilton book does not specifically talk about lubing this track. The track is actually grooved somewhat and could be replaced, but if I do that, I want to make sure I use the correct lubricant so the new track doesn't wear prematurely.
Oh, I'm working on a '99 LX.