I have a Hyundai Accent 2012 and yesterday I could not open the door as the key fob would not work or the key wouldn't open the door. The RAC breakdown service opened the door with the wedge tool to unlock it. The 20amp fuse for the circuit had blown. I fitted a new 20 amp fuse and it blew right away as I pushed in the fuse without operating the key fob. Time to start tracing the short to ground on the circuit. Has anybody had any experience with this problem? Is there a common fault somewhere in the wiring that causes this fault? It looks as if there is a plug connector from the harness that comes out of the A pillar into the the driver and passenger front doors, maybe the opening & closing causes the problem. I am going to physically check the wiring from the fuse box and remove the door panels to see if I can see any problems. Its a RHD model and I am having trouble locating a wiring diagram of the central locking system. Downloaded a Haynes Manual online but no luck with a diagram.