The door won't open the lock does not come up far enough to disengage. Other locks open just not the passenger door. I disconnected battery and it still won't work. How can it be fixed? Very unsafe feature!
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This worked for me on 2008 Mk5 Golf, after the rear passenger door would not open fro outside or inside.
Hold the inside door latch open and keep it extended, then with the key fob open and close the door locks (still holding the inside latch open). Keep locking and unlocking the door, then it made a kluck and it released.
If the contacts that go to the door lock are corroded the switch will not work. Spray WD-40 from inside the vehicle into the space between truck and the door on the passenger side. A few squirts near the high to middle of the side of door should give enough conductivity to energize the lock.
If it´s the passenger side where the gas tank fill is, there is a automatic safety device that locks the sliding door, that prevents to open the door while filling gas, be sure that the folding cover of the gas tank is fully closed and nothing is jammed inside
Your key should work manually (without battery) on at least one door or the trunk/hatch. Otherwise the world would be filled with abandoned hyundais with flat batteries and no way to get in! Try the passenger side door; don't expect to hear the central locking relay, but if you turn the key far enough, that door should open.