Rear doors of 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe lock inside and outside. not able to open even with key remote. What can be the cause? What can I do to open doors?

Asked by Dec 03, 2015 at 08:16 PM about the 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Checked Child lock. unlocked it and doors would not latch. pulled on outside door latch and doors closed and opened easily. Return to open doors with remote and could not open doors inside and out even with doors unlocked.

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Probably needs a reprogramming.

how do you reprogram the lock?

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You can't you have to take it to the dealer, but your car should still be under warranty so it shouldn't cost you anything.

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Thank you for the information. I did go to dealer stated lock was hyper extended when I tried to get the doors open and therefore the warranty is void. So I am stuck with a 2 door car since as a senior I am on limited income I can not afford to pay $4200.00 to repair it. Ugh!!! I welcome any suggestions.

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Jacqui, I would NOT settle for that dealers response, so I would try a different dealer or register a complaint with Hyundai USA. I was a licensed lock smith for many years, and 1) I never even heard the term that a lock was "HYPER-EXTENDED while trying to open a door", 2) Read all the threads on all the Hyundia web sites you can find thru the Google search engine and you will see there is a very big problem with Hyundai's locking and anti theft systems. DO NOT ACCEPT that Dealer's answer!

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