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My 03 optima does this i have to pull on outside door handle and keep locking and unlocking the door locks and pull on handle each time before it finally opens.

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Your door lock solenoid is bad or not plugged in. Check your wiring first with an ohm meter and if you are getting current then your solenoid is bad and you must replace it.

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

I don't know what happened with this post. sorry bout that. i did give you something to work with. its about the 2003 optima. the drivers door stays locked when the others ones open. its posted on here with no replys. anyone out there have any ideas?

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Give us something to work with.

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

Sorry, i am not sure what happened there!

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