doors locking up

Asked by Dec 29, 2015 at 08:48 PM about the 2011 Hyundai Sonata 2.0T Limited

Question type: General

Car starts w/ push button remotes
have key insert in case remote failed.
Today w/ car started doors
locked.couldn't open w/ remotes and
keys didn't fit door or trunk. Hyunda
couldn't help. Car ran for over 3 hours
till we could find affordable lock smith

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Sounds like someone has "repaired" your Hyundai before. Possibly a recovered theft. Most vehicles will shut down after 10 minutes if you don't unlock the door and insert the key in the ignition. The fact that the key wouldn't work in any of the locks suggests that the locks were changed after the vehicle was recovered. HTH. -Jim

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