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2003 Hyundai Accent GL Keyless Entry


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flyfish77 
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I have a 2003 Hyundai Accent GL with power locks.  I would like to install an Avital keyless entry that I have, but I have read conflicting posts concerning what type of lock system it has.  Some say it is a negative pulse with no relay required while others say it is a one wire system, relays needed.  Before I attempt to install it I want to make sure that I have the necessary accesories and know which wires to connect to.  Also, does anyone know which wire(s) are needed to connect the courtesy dome lighting to the keyless module?

Thanks in advance.

defective 
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its a negative pulse....doin one right now

derek123 
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black box to the left of the steering column.

they are neg - trigger. did one yesterday. they will test as ground when the plunger (switch) is flipped. cant remember the colors though.

mbsaudio 
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Hey derek123. The above info is correct only if the car originally came with keyless entry. If it didn't come with keyless entry from the dealer you will have to put an actuator in the driver door. To test this, just lock the front passenger door. If the drivers(and the others if four door) door doesn't lock, then you need the actuator.
flyfish77 
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My car did not come with keyless from the dealer, only power locks.  However, it does lock all four when the passenger door is locked.  I saw this post that has confused me. 

https://www.the12volt.com/installbay/forum_posts.asp?tid=10339&KW=hyundai+accent 

As far as I understand, the negative trigger is different from the Type F.  Is this not the case?  I plan on installing this over the Christmas break so any more info that's out there would be appreciated.

flyfish77 
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I finally got it installed!  I still have to hook up the parking lights and dome light though.

Here's the how-to for anyone interested.

http://www.hyundaiperformance.com/forums/topic.php?t=45128

 

bmf1000d 
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PARKING LIGHTSGREEN/ ORANGE (L) AND GREEN/ BLACK (R)  (+)DRIVERS KICK PANEL
DOMELIGHTGREEN (-)DRIVERS KICK PANEL
here are the wire for your dome and park lights
"Big" Mike
Double Take
Fremont, Ne
remember to check all your wires with a dmm not a test light!!
i take no responsibilty whatsoever for the vailidty of the info nor consequences thereof

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