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'99 Lincoln Continental locking itself like crazy, several times per second

My '99 Lincoln Continental started having problems with my central locking system a couple of weeks ago... The problem is that it just starts locking unlocked and/or already locked doors. Even when I'm driving the car lock is going crazy and starts locking already locked doors, sometimes several times per second, same problem occurs when the car is parked and left alone. I already changed the main module/box in the drivers door since that's where the sound was coming from when I removed the fuses responsible for door locks, but it still clicked, I also disconnected the electric lock/unlock buttons on my drivers door and an electric keypad, the battery is also removed from my keyfob. Any more ideas to prevent it locking itself for no reason? 'Cause that becomes ridiculously annoying...

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