I have a 2006 Hyundai Sonata, on return from a 10 day trip I found battery dead in the Tullamarine airport and had the RACV in Melbourne change the battery. Car started OK as I drove off I immediately noticed the windows, mirror control, dashboard lights and mobilizer would not open the doors. stoped RACV and told RACV - The car was working perfectly before the battery change. Have been told there is something wrong with the body control module which cannot be communicated with . Could the battery change have been responsible for this, has anyone experienced this problem before. Any idea of replacement cost. RACV looking also at problem.
About battery change can it affetc body control module on 2002 Hyundai Sonata
by georgehill in Wake Island, HI on July 19, 2014
ANSWER by CutlassMechanic on July 19, 2014
i dont think so, just by chance these two things happened im sure. or what ever caused ur modual to go could have caused your battery to lose charge.