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Kia Sportage: Power Door Lock Switch

Kia Sportage Third generation (SL) - (2011-2016) - Service and Repair Manual / Body Electrical System / Power Door Locks / Power Door Lock Switch

Repair procedures

 Inspection

Driver Power Door Lock Switch

1. Disconnect the negative battery terminal.

2. Remove the front door trim.

(Refer to the BD group - "Front door")

3. Disconnect the switch connector (16 pins) from wiring harness.

4. Check for continuity between the terminals. If needed, replace the switch.

4. Check for continuity between the terminals. If needed, replace the switch.

Removal

Removal

Driver Power Door Lock Switch

1. Disconnect the negative battery terminal.

2. Remove the front door trim.

(Refer to the BD group - "Front door")

3. Remove the screws from power window switch (A) and connectors (B).

4. Remove the driver power window switch (A) from front door trim.

4. Remove the driver power window switch (A) from front door trim.

NOTE

NOTE

Be careful not to damage the hook when removing the switch module.

Installation

Driver Power Door Lock Switch

1. Install the power window switch and connectors.

2. Install the front door trim.

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