Question about Hyundai Cars & Trucks
I was hoping that I wouldn't have to remove the door panel . I really think this car is possessed front passenger door strange sounds , window won't open .has to be opened from drivers side panel. drivers side back door won't open at all . driver side front door has to be unlocked with the keyless entry then unlocked with the key if I use the key only the alarm will go off and now the lock makes loud sounds like the other front door when locked or unlocked .so I only have one good door the passengers back door . I am afraid that some day I won't be able to get in or get out . scarry
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What you should have done a long time ago is buy the Chilton's or Haynes' manual for your vehicle - if you had, chances are you wouldn't be asking this question on here. And if you had checked your fuses, especially for your doors and windows - power windows and locks is my clue about the fuses - you wouldn't be on here either. Odds are extremely high that the regulators for BOTH the power windows and locks AND for several of them, would go out all at once. So go to the auto parts store, get the repair manual - (about $20) - and check it for the size of fuses you need -old style or new style, depends on ago of vehicle, and go to the register and buy and then go home and flip through it. And you want to get a code reader at some point in time too. Both the manual and the code reader will help you be better informed AND will help answer questions.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
try removing panel and check for loose or worn contacts, or replace the panel cluster with a new unit or one from a junked unit in good condition if cost is a factor
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
this is a problem that can appear after your car battery died, cause the car didn't reset propely, so taking the battery out and putting it back in or letting your car die again would do the trick. I tried a lot of reprogramming procedured for my remote key, none of them worked, what did the trick though was simply unlocking the doors via the all door unlock button on the passenger side door, so simple.
Posted on Nov 26, 2012
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