Question about 2010 Kia Soul
The remote lock for the driver's door and hatchback worked intermittently for a while. It seems that when the door was indirect sunlight the lock wouldn't work. Now, with colder weather, the lock isn't working. All other locks activate with remote.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Driver side door lock
I took mine in for a issue like that but it was from the door getting popped open when the keys got locked inside... They fixed it free of charge, warranty.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
check the clip where it connect to the door pan and see if a wire is broken or that whole peace is broken where it doesnt work any more
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
frist check your wires and make shore you have power. if your lock still dont work its the power lock motor in that door ok . have a nice day
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
there is a module on the drivers door latch that is more than likely to blame you will need to remove the door trim then remove the door latch disconnect the rods going to the latch then you will need the latch and the module that is attached after these are replaced the door locks should work fine
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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03-28-2006, 06:22 AM
Easy method to open a stuck Kia Rio door. Full credit to 'fastkia' for explaining how to open a stuck lock but after opening my lock by his method I found an easier way to do the job. You need a piece of straight wire (clothes hanger is good) and make a 3/4 inch square bend on one end. Wind down the window & push a tapered (plastic) wedge between the glass and the inside rubber to get a gap to work through. Poke the wire down beside the glass and pull up on the lever that is operated by the outside door handle. This is not the wire from the door handle but is the lever the wire connects to in the lock. While the lever is held up by your hook you can now pull up the locking button. Remove the wire from the door and everything works and it can be opened and closed as often as you like but don't press the button or use the key lock or it will be stuck again. The lever is normally held up by a small spring that has a sharp bend at one end and the spring will ALWAYS break at this bend. I used the same spring with a 'new' loop made from a section of paper clip to replace the old loop. Better than the original. No cost and it took less than 30 minutes
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