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2004 dodge 2500 diesel

Door locks continue to try locking while driving

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    My 98 caravan has same problem. All th door locks keep shutting down and all the lights and Door Ajar warning sign keep going on and off while driving. It's getting worse lately.

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Relay has gone bad replace relay should work.

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It's a safety feature. They 'auto-lock' at 8 mph.

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