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Hyundai Matrix 2004 central locking fault

Posted By miketribe 4/12/2012 4:08:49 AM
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Morning all,

2004 Hyudai Matrix

C.No. KMHPN81CR4UI49107

This may be one for EHT.

This vehicle arrived yesterday, with two central locking problems, although the client only informed us of one fault. The first fault, o/s rear solenoid inoperative has been repaired.

The second is proving more tricky as, Autodata do not have a wiring diagram and their relay/fuse diagram is as much use as a chocolate tea pot.

After locking the vehicle, we can hear the door solenoids actuating intermittently, this eventually flattens the battery ( I know it sounds odd that the customer did not inform us of this but, his use of English is somewhat limited).

This also occurs whilst driving,

The solenoids all have good resistances 0.08 ohms

Voltage signals good, all earths checked.

My request is for either a wiring diagram, information or both.



My stock of Silver bullets has run out, anybody know of a good stockist?

Thanks in advance

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Mike


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 Posted 4/12/2012 3:00:37 PM
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Can you get it to stop pulsing by moving lock cylinders slightly or rocker switch inside?

Just wondered if a microswitch is held on.
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 Posted 4/12/2012 4:28:46 PM
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I will try to get you the diagram. I need your email address

HYUNDAI/PEUGEOT TECH = GLUTTON FOR PUNISHMENT. IF YOU WANT HELP PLEASE SUPPLY THE LAST 8 DIGITS OF YOUR CHASSIS NUMBER
4/12/2012 4:31:09 PM by Essex Hyundai Tech
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Hi S.T.

Thanks for your suggestion,

Will have to wait till it comes back now as the customer had to take the car back,

I have a feeling thhis one is going to run and run. Was told yesterday by the Hyundai franchise that all their wiring diagrams are now held on a "read only secure intranet" and that is not possible to print them off!!

Can anybody else smell the bullshine?

E.H.T. I have sent you my contact details, thanks again.

Regards

Mike



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4/13/2012 3:04:23 AM by miketribe
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is it all the solenoids that are operating
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 Posted 4/13/2012 4:33:42 PM
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Think they may just be being awkward my local dealer faxed me a load of pages on remote programming the other day no problem

If It's got wheels or tits your gunna have trouble with it ..
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 Posted 4/13/2012 6:48:39 PM
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Its bullshine they are available online and can be downloaded athough I have a full set of manual in paperback and on memory stick. So it will be sent to you via Adobe mail as this handles big attachments.

NOW SENT...


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4/13/2012 7:11:04 PM by Essex Hyundai Tech
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 Posted 4/13/2012 7:25:50 PM
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Hello Mike.

Its sounds to me like one of the door locks are preventing the locking solenoid from locking the door properly. thus,the central locking unit keeps trying to lock the door until it gets the signal that the door is locked! which is isn't getting.

Corroded or broken wires would prevent the return signal from reaching the CLU too causing the symptoms.
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 Posted 4/14/2012 2:30:46 AM
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Thanks all,

The car has not yet returned so I cannot carry out any further tests.

Thanks for all the input, I will post more when the vehicle has been back in.

Mike


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4/14/2012 2:31:01 AM by miketribe
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Did you ever cure this I have the same problem and it is draining the battery

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