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Can anyone suggest a solution as how to fix a keyless remote for a 1998 Hyundai lantra? It activates the immobilizer but does not open the door locks.

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Are you sure it's the remote? Do the doors lock and unlock using the driver's door master switch panel? If not, then it's probably the door 'unlock relay.' If so, then you'll want to test the remote keyfob so see if it's 'transmitting' the correct signal to 'UNLOCK' the doors.

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