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Central locking hello..i own a 96 hyundai sonata 3.0 V6..just having trouble unlocking front passengers door..seems that the central locking is still semi engaged...all other dors are unloocking and locking apart from the right passengers.can you please help me resolve this problem without me having to take it to an expensive dealer...thanks

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  • dochertyc Mar 03, 2009

    um yeah got the same prob found out how to fix but couldnt find a sring for it. every where i go they say i have to buy a complete new dor locking mechanism. can you please let me know where i can acquire just a sring for it

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I have same problem
Found parts of a corroded spring in door mechanism
New spring solved the problem

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