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Honda Accord doors lock and unlock randomly

My Keyless Remote Entry stopped working. It started to fail slowly and then simply stopped functioning. I assumed it was the battery so I changed that out but it still does not work. Am I missing something? My honda accord door locks randomly lock and unlock when I am driving. I can't find a common theme (ie turning on something else or the speed). I can still get it to unlock or lock with my keyless remote so I dont' think it is the actuator. It there some sort of sensor that determines what speed I am driving and forces the doors to lock automatically that might have gone out?

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The keys are inside my car and i have the remote and my remote wont work what can i do?

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I have the same problem.My Accords door unlock when I am turning left above a certain speed.Have you been able to resolve the problem?

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