I have a 2011 Tundra CrewMax. I bought it a year ago in January and it was great up until this winter. It seems like when the snow starts to melt and my truck gets wet then all of the doors except the driver door will not unlock. (So my driver door is the only one that will function correctly 100% of the time). But if I manually unlock all of the doors that don't work then they will all lock. But this only happens when the truck gets wet. I have taken it through the car wash and it seems most of the time this will also make the door locks stop working but sometimes the door locks won't be affected. Maybe the cold has something to do with it but I don't know. I have taken it to the dealer twice now and the first time I dropped it off not working. But I have a third party warranty from compass so they have to send out an adjuster to watch the truck not work. But by time he got there the truck dried out by being in their shop and it got rejected. The second time I brought it in to them it wasn't working for a whole week then the night before my appointment it started working again so I soaked the truck with a hose then took it through a car wash and I still couldn't get it to act up. But I took it in anyways. They messed around with it and got it to act up and scheduled the adjuster to come out like three days later. And by then it started to work again. So it got rejected again. I don't know what else to do. I asked them what they think it is but they said they were going to replace the door actuators. This doesn't make sense to me because those aren't effected by water by being inside the door itself. Any help with this problem would be very appreciated!