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Relpaced the control module in my Hyundai 2002 myself, now the remote wont work to lock/unlock the doors. should I have done something different

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Did you matched the oem numbers with the replacement unit? if not you may have to bring it to a dealer to be re programed. or just live with out remote, it is expensive and they may want you to buy another unit, good luck!.

Posted on Oct 14, 2013

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SOURCE: 2001 Hyundai Elantra door locking problem

there is a short or a signal from the un-locking switch that is triggering your locks.

you have a switch manually to lock and un-lock your doors, the unlocking circuit is making contact.

you can try playing with your switch to un-short the switch or open it up ang check it.


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Posted on Sep 26, 2008

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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: 2003 Hyundai Sonata Door Lock Problem

I had this problem. Through some research and asking some service personnel I found out it is a fairly easy fix. You will need to buy a new relay switch for the door locks. The dealer will/should know what you need. They are located (two of them, buy two and replace both) on the back side of the fuse box. It is not that easy to get back there. I had to lay on my back with my head up under the instrument panel. They are visible and can be removed if you take some time and be careful. Once I knew what I was looking at, it was easy to replace and the remote works like a charm. You can go to an auto supply, like Autozone, and they should have a schematic to show you where these relays are.

Posted on Jun 03, 2009

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2002 Cadi Deville, can't get any locks to operate with remote or dash push buttons, the remote operates everthing but the locks! When the remote door lock is pressed, lites flash,horn blows locks not.


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HOW PROGRAM THE KEY LESS ENTRY FOR SONATA 2012


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  4. How to Program Keyless Entry Remotes in a Hyundai Sonata
How to Program Keyless Entry Remotes in a Hyundai Sonata By Christian Killian, eHow Contributor
20Found This Helpful The keyless entry system in your Hyundai Sonata is part of the factory alarm system. If you have to replace a lost or damaged remote, reprogramming will be necessary. The remote is important because not only does it lock and unlock the doors, it also arms and disarms that factory alarm when you open or close your car doors. New remotes are available from any Hyundai dealer. While they will program it for you, you can do it yourself and save a programming fee.
How to Program Keyless Entry Remotes in a Hyundai Sonata(Kleophaus Livingston/Demand Media)

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Step 1: Locate the fuse panel under the dash on the driver's side of the car. Just below it is the control module for the factory alarm system. Open the cover on the alarm system control module and locate the memory switch inside.
(Kleophaus Livingston/Demand Media) Step 2: Verify that the switch is in the "Off" position; if it is not, switch it to the "Off" position. This is important for the system to understand what you want it to do when you move to the programming mode.
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Step 3: Insert the key into the ignition of your Sonata and turn the key to the "On" position. Wait for 60 seconds, then move the memory switch inside the control module to "Set."
(Kleophaus Livingston/Demand Media) Step 4: Depress and hold the "Lock" button on your remote for one full minute. This allows the remote and the control module to communicate and sync. Release the "Lock" button and turn the memory switch in the control module back to the "Off" position.
(Kleophaus Livingston/Demand Media) Step 5: Turn the ignition switch to the "Off" position and test the remote by pressing the "Lock" or "Unlock" button, verifying that the doors do lock or unlock.


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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,
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Nov 28, 2012 | 2001 Hyundai Elantra

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I have a 2002 hyundai sonata. I lost my remote, and so when i unlocked the car door with the key the alarm started to go off. I waited until it stopped, but it wouldn't start. so how can i disable it so my...


I only know 2 different ways and Im not even going to say it will work on a Hyundai it does work on chevys, dodges, and some fords. What you do is manually lock all your doors and then take the key and unlock the passenger door get in the car and reach acrossed and unlock the drivers door manually, then but the key in ignition and start it. If that dont work then disconnect the + battery cable from battery for 10 minutes. Thats how ive allways done it let me no if it works please. Good luck, Kyle

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How to program 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe Keyless Entry Remote


Synchronization
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System malfunction. Remote control added or replaced.
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Access alarm system control module located under driver's side lower fascia Fig. 2 . Set memory switch to SET position. Press remote control lock or unlock button. Set memory switch to OFF position. Confirm synchronization has been successful by locking and unlocking vehicle. Repeat procedure for second remote control. Synchronization can also be carried out using diagnostic equipment.
NOTE: A maximum of 2 remote controls can be programmed. NOTE: If remote control fails, system can be deactivated as detailed in the owner's handbook.

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Central locking is flatening the battery


Go to http://www.hmaservice.com/ and register (vehicle by VIN). Afterward, you'll have access to technical information (manuals, wiring diagrams, service bulletins, etc) about your vehicle. Unfortunately, you'll find the system which controls the door locks is the ETACS Module (which also controls many other circuits which would become disabled if you pulled its fuse).
I've run into the problem you describe. Frequently it turned out to be a bad switch in the driver's door lock/unlock actuator.... Unless I diagnose the problem myself (or some other qualified technician does it), it could be something else entirely.

Jun 07, 2009 | Hyundai Motor 2003 Elantra

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Hyundai santa fe 2002 remote key fob locking ok but fails to unlock. suspect micro switch faulty. can it be replaced?


Do the doors lock normally when using the manual switch on the dirver's door panel? If so, the problem is in the ETACS module. Here's the wiring diagram:

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May 16, 2009 | 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Central locking wont stay open


Here's what I suspect is happening. The door locks will lock and unlock normally when the key is OUT of the ignition. If the key is IN the ignition, the doors cannot be locked (manually, key fob, or otherwise, if the system is operating as designed - prevents the doors being locked when the key is in the ignition). I've seen this problem before, but on a Santa Fe, not an Accent. The ground signal of the right hand front passenger door was lost, and the doors automatically locked. Perhaps something similar is happening in the circuit between the ETACS module and the right front passenger door lock/unlock actuator. Could be anywhere in the circuit.



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Mar 31, 2009 | 2003 Hyundai Accent

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