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#32 of 61 auto door lock options
Jun 24, 2008 (12:13 pm)
I want to know the options you have with the auto door locks. What I mean is Can the locks be programmed to lock when you put the car in drive and unlock when you put it in park? Can they be programmed to lock and unlock when the ignition is turned on and off? I need a list of options for this because no one seems to know. I have called Hyundai customer service with no results and have called two dealerships and no one seems to know. I want them to lock and unlock with the ignition or the drive and park positions. Can anyone please help? Thanks, Fred.
#33 of 61 Re: auto door lock options [fred63]
Jun 24, 2008 (2:21 pm)
See TSB 06-90-022 on hmaservice.com -- "Options for the auto lock feature include 20, 25, 30, 35, and 40 kph (13, 16, 19, 22, 25 mph). There is no auto unlock feature."
#34 of 61 Re: auto door lock options [drwoodr]
Jun 25, 2008 (3:06 am)
Thank you for your reply but there is a guy on another forum that his locks when he starts the car and unlocks when he shuts it off.
#35 of 61 Re: auto door lock options [fred63]
Jun 25, 2008 (2:03 pm)
When you say other forum, do you mean a forum for another car? I know other cars have that or similar features (my daughter's Pontiac Grand Am, for example, locks when you shift into drive and unlocks when you shut it off), but I don't think the Santa Fe has any similar option. Personally, I like the fact that the doors stay locked when you shut the engine off.
#36 of 61 Re: auto door lock options [drwoodr]
Jun 26, 2008 (10:13 am)
I asked my dealer the same type of question, and was told the 15mph rolling lock was the only feature available.
#37 of 61 Re: auto door lock options [bnbernie]
Jun 26, 2008 (6:08 pm)
My Limited 07 AWD is set to 5 mph. ( First Generation 07 ). My wife's 07 is set to 15 mph ( Second Generation 07 ). Not sure why the option for lower speeds was removed in later production runs...
#38 of 61 Programing a remote
Apr 18, 2009 (2:00 pm)
I own a ' 04 Santa Fe and need instruction to program a remote. I lost one of the the originals, but still have the second one from the original purchase. I bought a replacement via ebay when I bought the car. The dealership wanted some outrageous $$ for an additional remote. I do not have instructions to do the programing. Does anyone know proper procedure to program them?
#39 of 61 Hyundai Santa Fe 2005 replaced key
May 28, 2009 (10:40 pm)
I have a Hyundai Santa Fe 2005 that is not responding to a replaced key that has a code. Our Hyundai garage has suggested we have a new imboliser installed so the key will work, which is going to cost us an additional $1000. Is there something else the garage can try to make the key work?
#40 of 61 Re: Hyundai Santa Fe 2005 replaced key [mulla]
May 29, 2009 (7:46 am)
If the Service Guy is saying it's the immobiliser that is the problem, then why not just get them to disconnect it altogether. There has to be a way to properly program your new remote and key to operate the lock, they are just being dumb about it.
#41 of 61 Re: Programing a remote [teacher447]
Jun 04, 2009 (11:01 am)
Teacher; Go to this site it will explain how to do it.
You will find the receiver on the left side of the dirvers compartment behind the fuse box. It is hard to find but it is there. I just did it on my 03 Santa Fe, Very simple. By the way take off the lower panel of the dash. 3 screws I think, makes it a lot easier.