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anyone know where the power lock/unlock relays are?
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I believe they are integrated into the BCM module. Do you hear clicking from anywhere in the car if you lock/onlock the doors?

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It’s shown as rear of fuse panel inside of car (see arrow on attached drawing). But when I look at rear of that fuse box I see nothing like what’s shown here. There are plugs that seem to match plug pin locations (identified by I/P). Almost thinking that fuse panel might open in two half’s but can’t be certain, and would probably have to unbolt to move back enough to undo side clips. That’s best I can do.
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Yeah, the relay is more than likely soldered directly onto the circuit board inside the fusebox. That's the way Hyundai seem to do it these days to make the repair as expensive as possible.

There's nothing to stop you from fitting an external relay though. I've already posted a similar repair over on the Sonata forum for a problem the Sonata has with it's tail lamp relay jamming on. It shouldn't be too difficult to do something similar to your Accent and it will be a lot less expensive than replacing the entire fusebox.

Of course, before you get to that stage you'd want to check that there is a control signal being sent to the relay. Maybe the relay isn't working because there isn't a control signal reaching it. I can advise how to check that out if you want to have a go.

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I just came across your other thread relating to this locking problem and see you want to try and fix it yourself. If I was going to fix this fault what I'd want to try and establish first is what's actually causing the problem. Is it a fault within the fusebox/smart junction box like the dealer guessed or is it else where.

The first thing I think I'd do is identify the locking control wires where they enter the fusebox (see below) and use either the probe of my test lamp or one of my multimeter probes to pulse each control wire to ground. When the control wires are grounded the doors should lock & unlock. If both functions work the fault can't be inside the fusebox. If you can do that test and report back we can decide what the next step should be based on the result.

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Yeah, the relay is more than likely soldered directly onto the circuit board inside the fusebox. .......
After a second look I believe you are correct. The front and rear view relates to circuit boards inside of white plastic enclosure. Fuses plug directly into front circuit board thru enclosure along with wiring connectors. While only wiring connectors attach to rear board thru enclosure. This also agrees with what you said about relay being a soldered component on the rear board.
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