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Where are the relays located for the door latches?

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  • ronjessen Nov 20, 2009

    Using the key switch to lock/unlock sometimes does not activate the latches. Hyundai sold me 2 relays to replace. However no-one knows where these relays are in the car

  • DarrylCFH May 11, 2010

    There are no "relays" for door latches. If you hit the lock/unlock switch on your driver's door and one of the doors fails to lock/unlock, you've likely got a door lock actuator that has failed. If none of them work, it's possible you've got a failed switch, blown fuse, and/or an electrical problem.

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There are 2 sets of relays. 1 set under the hood, and I believe from memory they are located above the inside fuse panel, if not look up under the jockey {glove} box. Good luck

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