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POWER DOOR LOCK RELAYS

MOD UNLOCKS DOORS BUT WONT LOCK CAR, HAVE TO LOCK ALL DOORS MANUALLY. IM GUESSING ITS A RELAY PROBLEM BUT I CANT LOCATE THEM. ALSO IS THERE A PART NUMBER AVAILABLE FOR NEW ONES?? . I WAS TOLD BY SOMEONE THAT THEY WHERE THE HMC-DECO 95225-38300 BUT THESE SEEM TO BE FOR 2002 SONATA. ANY ONE KNOW FOR SURE?? THANKS.. GS

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  • larry warren Nov 28, 2012

    Just thought I would add that the elantra in australia all had a genuine immobiliser fitted by Zylux australia prior to delivery to dealers since september 1999 with an upgrade being fitted from september 1999 with a digital key overide

  • George Stamatopoulos
    George Stamatopoulos Mar 29, 2013

    THANKS LOU, I WILL TRY IT OVER THE WEEKEND.

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Dear fellow Elantranians,
I am an original owner of a 2002 Elantra (w/anti-theft module/ETACS), and have wrestled with the same problem for months: remote will unlock, but not lock doors.
The answer to the problem, at least in my case, was a door lock relay (Part #95250-2D000) located behind the center dash, to the right and below the radio and heater/AC controls (removal and replacement reasonably easy). A simple removal of one bolt and a wire connector, and the little devil is exorcised. It's been working without a hitch for more than two weeks, and expect it to continue for eleven years as the original relay did. I purchased this relay from a local salvage yard for $14.00, but a Hyundai dealership (jimellishyundaiparts.com), will sell it to you for $36.00.
Respectfully,
Lucky Elantanian

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  • Lou Arnone Mar 29, 2013


    Dear fellow Elantranians,

    I am an original owner of a 2002 Elantra (w/anti-theft module/ETACS), and have wrestled with the same problem for months: remote will unlock, but not lock doors.

    The answer to the problem, at least in my case, was a door lock relay (Part #95250-2D000) located behind the center dash, to the right and below the radio and heater/AC controls (removal and replacement reasonably easy). A simple removal of one bolt and a wire connector, and the little devil is exorcised. It's been working without a hitch for more than two weeks, and expect it to continue for eleven years as the original relay did. I purchased this relay from a local salvage yard for $14.00, but a Hyundai dealership (jimellishyundaiparts.com), will sell it to you for $36.00.
    Respectfully,
    Lou Arnone


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    Joe Striano Jun 19, 2015

    Thanks for the info. I had the same problem and went to the Auto junk yard bought the same part. Only cost me $5.00, dealer wanted $67.00 installed it myself and door locks work perfectly.

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Vehicle has an electronic time alarm control with a thirty second timed overidewhen the vehicle is entered without the remote pad. However the vehicle can then only be started with the transponder key. could well be a problem with thekey or the door lock /body control module

Posted on Nov 28, 2012

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SOURCE: Hyundai 2002 sonata,,,, car has power locks.

You are correct in your assumption about a relay... there are two relays. One is for 'LOCKING' the other is for 'UN-LOCKING.' They are both labeled as "LOCK" relays (1 & 2). You can verify if a relay is bad by swapping one with the other. If the problem moves to 'unlocking' the doors, but will NOW LOCK - the relay is bad. If not, further troubleshooting is necessary.
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Posted on Jun 07, 2009

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SOURCE: Door locks don't work

Disassemble the paneling on left side ,under the steering wheel. Remove all screws and pull out the panel until you can you can reach behind it to remove the two Black Relays, on the side closest to Steering wheel. Remove the Relay covers, Clean the contacts with a 1/8 fine strip of 600 wet/dry sand paper. Only place the paper between the contacts, and pull out while holding slight pressure on the relay Armature. Turn over the sandpaper and repeat once again. Very gently press the TOP resting contact pad closer to the armature, to lessen the gap between the contact points, so the armature doesn't have to travel as far to reach the closed contact position. Repeat the above with the other2nd Relay. Replace the covers, reinstall the relays And test the Door locks prior to buttoning up the paneling. Note, a pair of long needle nosed pliers will help in removing the relays. Just Grip the relay and rock in Forward and Backward as you apply upward pressure.

Posted on Oct 09, 2008

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SOURCE: Remote door locks

Hi,
Had the exact problem on my 02- Stick you hand under and pull out one of the relays where the clicking is.
Really tight under but I did it more by feel. I also went to a auto recycle place and picked up a relay from another sonata for 1 dollar, better than 30 dollars. Works like new. Take in the old one and match pins and numbers. There are two relays the same one for opening and one for closing . It is small and is hard to pull out. Good luck.

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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