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Hazard lights flash by themselves, doors won't stay locked (unlock by themselves) key fob won't work.

My hazard lights flash by themselves, the doorlocks won't stay locked and the key fob will not work

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I has a similar problem and I just took the battery out of my remote. I think there is a problem/ short in the remote. It's as if the button is being pressed when it is not. I will use my spare one in the mean time. It was driving me crazy becuase I was driving long distance at the time and when I removed the battery it stopped. I hope this works for you!

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