Question about 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe
Check the fuses first then if all are good the issue usually resides within the rubber boot between the door jamb from opening and closing the door causing friction thus causing a brake in the line remove the boot but maby test the switch 1 st then if not working move on to the boot and test for where power exists and where it ends this will be the breaking point and the wire needs to be replaced cut back to power and using a crimping wire connector and a few inches or wire splice into and secure it to a length of the wire and this will most likely solve your issue
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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