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1998 Grand Voyager automatic locks going on and off by themselves

All of a sudden the automatic lock were clicking on and off by themselves. I tried to find the fuse, - couldn't. Anybody have and slutions? Thanks

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Check the switch on the driver side of the door. Had the same problem and it was loose.

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