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Locks i have a 95 toyota celica and i have a ticking that doesn't stop even when the car is off. i think its my automatic door locks that is the problem. whats your suggestion

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Disconnect the battery for now ,sounds like one of the electrical solonoids in the drivers door is the most obvious

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