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In my Hyundai I10 there is fault with central locking, when open it unlocks and immediately locks back, it does not stay opened

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The length of time that a car says unlocked is dependent on the make
most are around 30 seconds before it relocks itself
to stop it relocking just open a door and then close it and it stays unlocke d

Posted on Dec 17, 2016

  • Andrzej Szuman
    Andrzej Szuman Dec 17, 2016

    Hi Bill, the problem is that the lock locks itself immediately (like click-open and click-closed approx. 0.5-1.0 sec.) you basically do not have time to open the door, had to remove the power door fuse, disconnect the central locking. What causes these problem?

  • Bill Boyd Dec 17, 2016

    if the car has a locking system that locks the doors when the car reaches a certain speed , the problem will be in that lock control module.
    repairing or replacing that control module may fix the fault
    discuss it with a service center for the make and see what the fix is

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