Question about 2000 Hyundai Sonata
I just had this problem and fixed it myself, it was a small spring above the door lock that was rusted and broken that caused it.
To get into the door I cut a 100mm round hole in the door trim from the inside with a jigsaw, (take off the opposite 'opening' door's trim to see where to cut) and then used a long piece of stiff wire to pop the lock, when the door was open I removed the trim and fitted a new spring, it was messy and time consuming , but looking at the spring I am not surprised that it broke as it was so rusty. I intend to cover the hole in the trim with another small speaker, or buy a s/h trim. hope this helps Nick in Brisbane Australia
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
Apparently you'll have to take it apart yourself and identify the part you need - OR - take it into the Hyundai dealership and have it diagnosed and they will give you an estimate of repairs.
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