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Old 10-29-2008, 11:42 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Somebody please tell me what is the CENTRAL LOCKING SIGNAL CONTROL MODULE LOCATED BEHIND FASCIA, CENTER ???

As for those who care, here are teh programming instructions for remote keys purchased from outside dealership (online etc). It is NOT CLEAR at all, but for whosoever can explain the stuff to me...



Programming instructions


SANTA FE 2001-06 02-programmed by dealer

SONATA 2003-2006

XG300 2000-01

XG350 2002-06



1. SANTA FE / XG300 / XG350: ACCESS ALARM SYSTEM CONTROL MODULE LOCATED BEHIND DRIVERíS SIDE FASCIA PANEL

2. SONATA: ACCESS CENTRAL LOCKING SIGNAL CONTROL MODULE LOCATED BEHIND FASCIA, CENTER.

3. ENSURE MEMORY SWITCH IS IN OFF POSITION.

4. TURN IGNITON TO ON

5. WAIT 5 SECONDS, SET MEMORY SWITCH TO SET POSITION.

6. PUSH REMOTE LCOK BUTTON TO SEND CODE TO ALARM SYSTEM CONTROL MODULE

7. TO PROGRAM 2ND REMOTE: PRESS 2ND REMOTE LOCK BUTTON

8. SET MEMORY SWITCH TO OFF POSITION

9. TURN IGNITION TO OFF

10. CONFIRM PROGRAMMING BY LOCKING AND UNLOCKING CAR WITH BOTH REMOTES

11. REFIT ALL COMPONENTS IN RECERSE ORDER OF REMOVAL/
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Old 07-17-2011, 06:19 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Realizing I'm a bit late to the party, it is very frustrating the (1) the Hyundai Service Website indicates there is a switch for "OFF" and "SET" but when I pulled my central facia apart, there was no such switch to be found on the keyless entry component, so (2) I'm going to have to pay the dealership to do this. I am unfortunately a single woman with a mortgage who is unemployed at the moment and trying to save the fee of fixing this via the dealership, but I have to say this stinks! Just one more thing I should be able to fix on my own but that the dealership will force me to pay them for.

Please...someone tell me I'm missing something.


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Old 07-17-2011, 07:43 PM   #13 (permalink)
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QUOTE (sansie @ Sep 3 2007, 04:17 PM)
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Hi, I'm new here. I know hardly anything about cars....dogs, yes, but cars??? Well, I know how to pump gas, change a tire, check my oil....that's about it.

I lost my keys and remote so I had to get replacements and since I didn't have my car at the dealer, I couldn't have the remote programmed.

I was told that I had to bring it to them so they can program the remote by using a computer. I was also told that I could not bring my car to any other dealer. In the past I have programmed a remote on my old car (a Subaru) with hardly any trouble. So, can I program my 2003 Santa Fe on my own? Are the instructions on the Service Technology Website? Or is it ?

Thanks!
Try going to this link and see if it helps-

http://santafemods.com/Mods/TransmitterCode.htm
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Old 08-02-2011, 08:05 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Hello there..thanks for information.

Just wanted to knoe whether this works for Hyundai Accent GTX 2002 as well...if so can use any new Remote fob (remotes of other car mfg) or only Hyundao make remotes.

thanks in advance....!
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