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Autolocks clicking on 97 P/A ultra

When I'm driving and when I'm not, with the ignition on or off, the auto locks keep clicking, sometimes even unlocking the car, I have tried going into the computer and shutting off the auto locks and changing the way they lock but nothing has worked, while they are clicking I diconnected the positive cable from the battery and waited a few minutes then hooked it back up, the locks started clicking again.
This did not happen all the time but is getting worse.
Can anyone help me with some suggestions as to what might be causing this, could it be the modual inside the drivers door, or a bad ground,maybe a relay fuse.
Any help is greatly appreciated and thanks to all who can help me out.

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  • don_irwin Mar 02, 2009

    Where would the relay be located, under the back seat, under the hood or could it be the black modual box inside the drivers door.

  • don_irwin Mar 02, 2009

    Where is the relay, under the back seat. under the hood, or could it be the black modual box inside the drivers door.

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It sounds like a bad ground. Something on the car is searching for a ground and finding one through the power lock relay. Not sure what it is but it shares a ground with that relay.

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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    Clint Smock Mar 02, 2009

    I'm not sure, I will have to look it up,I'll post tomorrow.

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