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Where can i find the keyless entry control module of hyundai accent hatchback 2014 diesel

My remote is working with lights flashing when you try to open or lock the car but the central lock is not working. central lock is working if key is used.

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SOURCE: '03 Hyundai Elantra - Keyless entry remote not working

It wouldn't be the car battery, but since you just purchased the car, the dealership should correct the problem. Bring it to their attention right away. Did you get any kind of warranty? Most dealers have at least a 30 day warranty for things like this.

Posted on Apr 05, 2009

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SOURCE: program factory remote keyless entry for 2003 Hyundai XG350

This bulletin supersedes TSB# 02-90-001.
DESCRIPTION: The security system keyless adapter cable (SPX/Kent-Moore P/N 09900-21300) is a special service tool (SST) that is used for programming new keyless entry remote transmitters to the factory security systems. The keyless adapter is used in conjunction with the Hi-Scan Pro (with Hi-Scan SOL Pro Software Version 09-29-03
or newer) and Data Link Connector (DLC) Cable. SERVICE INFORMATION: The keyless adapter cable can be used on the following vehicles:

  • 2001 - 2004 MY Elantra
  • 2001 - 2004 MY Santa Fe
  • 2002 - 2004 MY Sonata
  • 2001 - 2004 MY XG300/350 0390020a.gif
NOTE
  • The 2003 - 2004 MY Tiburon does not need the Keyless Adapter Cable to add keyless entry remotes to the factory security system. Instead, the Hi-Scan Pro connects to the vehicle using only the DLC cable. See page BE-60 in the 2004 MY Tiburon Shop Manual for the latest instructions.
  • The most current Keyless Adapter Cable Instructions are available in the following shop manuals:
SHOP MANUAL

PAGES

2004 MY Elantra
BE-73 - BE-74
2004 MY Santa Fe
BE-43 - BE-44
2004 MY Sonata
BE-40 - BE-41
2004 MY XG350
BE-46 - BE-47
KEYLESS ADAPTER CABLE INSTRUCTIONS:
  1. Connect the keyless adapter cable to the Hi-Scan Pro DLC cable. 0390020b.gif
  2. Plug the keyless adapter into the vehicle's 10-pin multi-purpose connector located behind the driver's side lower instrument panel (next to the DLC). NOTE Sample vehicle shown is the Santa Fe.
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  3. Turn the Hi-Scan Pro ON
    and press ENTER
    . NOTE "Release date 29. Sep. 2003" OR LATER
    must appear on this screen. To update your SOL card with the latest software go to www.hmaservice.com and refer to TSB 00-00-001.
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  4. Select option "HYUNDAI VEHICLE DIAGNOSIS"
    and press ENTER
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  5. Select vehicle model and press ENTER
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  6. Select option "TRANSMITTER CODE SAVING"
    and press ENTER
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  7. Ensure that the key has been removed from the ignition cylinder before proceeding. 0390020h.gif
  8. Follow the steps noted on the Hi-Scan Pro screen to program the remote(s). NOTE The factory security system can only be programmed to accept two remote transmitters and MUST be programmed for both remote transmitters at the same time.
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  9. Press ESC
    on the Hi-Scan Pro and verify that the remote(s) are functioning properly.
  10. Turn the Hi-Scan Pro OFF
    and disconnect the adapter cable from the multi-purpose connector.

Posted on May 31, 2009

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SOURCE: 1995 hyundai accent hatchback won't open either

Many cars have a manual child lock in the trunk, it might be engaged.

Posted on Sep 19, 2009

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SOURCE: I tried both factory-given remote

Check for blown fuses and a faulty main relay.

Posted on Feb 11, 2011

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SOURCE: Hyundai Accent 1.4L GLS 2000 Central Locking not working

FOR Central locking not working on 2000 Hyundai accent?Click the link below :-----

http://schematicsdiagram.blogspot.in/2012/03/this-is-how-system-operates.html

This will help.

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2003 crown vic keyfob only works with ignition in run position .keyless entry and door locks work fine.even tried new keyfob.no change


The keyless entry system consists of the following components:
  • driver door module (DDM)
  • keyless entry transmitter
  • keyless entry keypad
The driver door module (DDM) receives inputs from the digital transmission range (TR) sensor, ignition switch, brake switch, window/door lock switches, lighting control module (LCM), keyless entry keypad switch and remote transmitter. The DDM outputs consists of keyless entry keypad switch illumination, power door lock actuators, luggage compartment release solenoid, horn relay, and lighting control module (LCM).
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Did you program the new key fob ?

Remote Transmitter Programming NOTE: All remote transmitters are programmable and must be set at the same time.
  1. Turn the key from OFF to RUN four times within three seconds, ending in RUN. The locks will then lock and unlock, confirming program mode has been entered.
  1. Press any button on each remote transmitter to be programmed. The doors will lock and unlock to confirm that each remote transmitter has been programmed.
  1. If additonal remote transmitters are to be programmed, repeat Step 3 within 7.5 seconds or steps 2 and 3 if more than 7.5 seconds have elapsed.
  1. To exit program mode, turn the ignition to START or wait 7.5 seconds.
  1. NOTE: Failure to wait at least 20 seconds will cause programming failures. Wait at least 20 seconds after turning the key to OFF or after the last remote transmitter has been programmed to activate a remote transmitter for testing or verification

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Does the keyless entry operate the hatch lock as well?


its suppose to lock and unlock all doors latch may need lubricating or an electrical connection problem if still under warranty bring in an have checked

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How to Program Keyless Entry Remotes in a Hyundai Sonata By Christian Killian, eHow Contributor
20Found This Helpful The keyless entry system in your Hyundai Sonata is part of the factory alarm system. If you have to replace a lost or damaged remote, reprogramming will be necessary. The remote is important because not only does it lock and unlock the doors, it also arms and disarms that factory alarm when you open or close your car doors. New remotes are available from any Hyundai dealer. While they will program it for you, you can do it yourself and save a programming fee.
How to Program Keyless Entry Remotes in a Hyundai Sonata(Kleophaus Livingston/Demand Media)

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Step 1: Locate the fuse panel under the dash on the driver's side of the car. Just below it is the control module for the factory alarm system. Open the cover on the alarm system control module and locate the memory switch inside.
(Kleophaus Livingston/Demand Media) Step 2: Verify that the switch is in the "Off" position; if it is not, switch it to the "Off" position. This is important for the system to understand what you want it to do when you move to the programming mode.
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Step 3: Insert the key into the ignition of your Sonata and turn the key to the "On" position. Wait for 60 seconds, then move the memory switch inside the control module to "Set."
(Kleophaus Livingston/Demand Media) Step 4: Depress and hold the "Lock" button on your remote for one full minute. This allows the remote and the control module to communicate and sync. Release the "Lock" button and turn the memory switch in the control module back to the "Off" position.
(Kleophaus Livingston/Demand Media) Step 5: Turn the ignition switch to the "Off" position and test the remote by pressing the "Lock" or "Unlock" button, verifying that the doors do lock or unlock.


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My battery goes dead on my 1996 Lincoln Mark VIII overnight. I found that the lights come on by themself after I park the car. There is a clicking sound coming from the security module in the trunk when I...


security module in the trunk ???? There is no security module in the trunk . What light's come on by them self ? Park lamps , headlamps , brake lamps ,turn signals etc.... The module for anti-theft is under the right hand side of the dash . The remote keyless entry module is located in the trunk. Is this the part you hear clicking in ?
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