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2006 Hyundai Azera Door Locks

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Don't know what if any info you have on door locks for this car but....what you have listed, even though it shows - rating, do control the door locks and content alarm. Problem I'm having is once the car is running, the lock will no longer function. Since it has to be unlocked for the content alarm to shut down, this means the car is running with the doors now unlocked. Door pin, open or closed makes no difference. I am tied into the unlock detection wire which I do on virtually all newer Hyundai/Kia vehicles. Any idea? I've back probed every wire in the door and the only 3 that work are the ones listed anyway...
asked Dec 15, 2016 in Hyundai by CarStereoOneInc (2,270 points)

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unlock detection needs to see a pulse before unlock. Usuauly wire a disarm to this while the unlock wire is trigger with an unlock signal.


To test the unlock and the unlock detection, turn the key in the door hole to unlock, slowlllly. With a test light on the unlcok detection and other on the unlock, you should see them actually pulse at different stages. They need to triggered the exact same way.
answered Dec 17, 2016 by Robert T (284,390 points)
Oh I know that. that's not the issue with this car. I've done hundreds of them the same way. If the car wasn't running it would work fine. While running? No door lock. I could tap ground directly onto the back of the lock wire on the switch inside the door, and it would not work. The relay would click, but no door lock function. If I turned the key off, then did it, it would work every time. The detection wire, made no difference in this case. It was very odd. I was able to get it to work by using a data module to control door locks however.