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Key fab stopped working now emergency flashers continue to go off

The emergency flashers continue to flash when truck is turned off and key removed from the ignition. The door locks will lock and unlock themselves. This problem started out only occassionally when the vehicle was parked and turned off. Now it is continuing when I am driving.

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Sounds like a problem with the computer, or alarm system,
A budy of mine had a similar problem with the locks, it turned out that the alarm clicker was shorting out..

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