03 tiburon power mirror problem

Discussion in 'Hyundai Coupe / Tiburon' started by EyeToldUSo, Aug 17, 2004.

  1. EyeToldUSo

    EyeToldUSo Guest

    I brought this car used and out of warranty.
    This is driving me crazy. First both power windows do not work,
    so thinking that both motors could not be bad, i check fuse, relay,
    fuse box, switch etc. then pull the motors themselves. Applying
    current when they are in place and nothing happens. Realease
    the stop pressureand they will work fine. They will work for about
    a week until they get stuck in the fully up position and then they
    bind. Finally, found and parts car and replaced both motors and
    regulators and it fine. Now the power mirrors will not work, when they
    were working before. Checked the 23 fuse and its good.
    If hyndaitech is out there,could I have not full pressed in the
    BCM-FF connector on the fuse box? What else does that control.
    Everything else seems like it works.
    EyeToldUSo, Aug 17, 2004
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  2. EyeToldUSo

    hyundaitech Guest

    If neither mirror works, I'd start checking at the mirror switch or check
    for proper voltages at the mirrors themselves. You can find the
    schematics at www.hmaservice.com. By the way, why are you dealing with
    this yourself? Are you over 60k? If not, you're still under warranty --
    let the dealer figure it out.
    hyundaitech, Aug 18, 2004
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  3. EyeToldUSo

    EyeToldUSo Guest

    It was a theft recovery with a rebuilt title. I called the dealer
    and they said they did not think the warranty is valid on
    a rebuilt title. I told them it was not in an accident, just
    stolen. Do you have any info on rebulit tiltles and warranty work?
    EyeToldUSo, Aug 19, 2004
  4. EyeToldUSo

    hyundaitech Guest

    If you e-mail your vin to me or post it here, I can check the warranty.
    It's possible it may be considered salvaged.
    hyundaitech, Aug 19, 2004
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