Question about Hyundai Motor 2004 Accent
Rear driver side door no longer functions using the keyless remote. The other 3 doors function fine. What do you think the problem is? Is it possible to repair it myself or do you recommend seeing a mechanic? Don't see how I can remove the door panel without damaging the panel/door handle.
Since the 3 other doors respond to your keyless remote, this points to a failure in the door's power lock motor.
Repairing this yourself can be done, given that you are able to access the part itself, and can diagnose servo/motor failures.
You must take great care in removing the door panelling. This is often attached to the metal frame via plastic pegs that can break when removed forcefully. You can ease them out with the help of a flat(blade) screwdriver. Start from the part with the smallest sq.area and work your way down.
Hyundai often places plastic caps to cover screw heads, so look for these to completely remove the door panel.
If you find this too tedious to accomplish, it is best seek assistance of a qualified technician.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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