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2007lincoln parked and locked. windows and roof opn with no human input.

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While locking if you press the lock button for bit more tiome .asctually car  gets locked ,but windows and rooftop gets unlocked . When you press the key fob twice (once short, then one long) the doors and windows unlock and the sunroof and windows roll down. You held unlock too long.  ------------------------ the other possibility is  1) check the door pins
to see if they need replacing/adjustment ($20 @pin replace)...or
2) check under rear seat for water in the PSE pump/battery well.
look for heavy moisture wreaking havoc in this heavily localized
electrical zone.

-------------------- get the windows and roof control system checked.if the wires are loose or malfunctioned or getting short in the control module the .windows and roof will actually not get locked .but they will work up and down by remote as the control module system is got only weak not completely faulty. ---------------- thanks.please do rate the solution.keep updated.thank you for using fixya.

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