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Sounds like a faulty relay , it's central locking has to have a constant power supply so even without the ignition on it'll activate , location I don't know exactly but pulling/ better replacing relay should fix it , relay for central locking is normally near internal dashboard fusebox
You will probably need to take your Cutless into an auto electrician. Until you can take it in, I suggest disconnecting the battery when you aren't driving. This way the battery won't be drained. It is usually simply a matter of unscrewing the cord connecting to the battery. It can be found in the driver's manual or online if you need to know which cord to disconnect.
Make sure the valet parking lock in the glove box is not locked. You'll need the master or driver #1 key. If VP is not locked and this happens use the master key and manually lock and then unlock the driver door then try starting the car. And also you have a working remote key unit when this this happens, step back out of the car. if you have passengers have them exit too. Hit the lock bottom wait a couple of seconds hit the unlock button just once. Only you the driver get into the car place key in ignition turn it over Note: if it dings your good if nothing you'll need to keep locking and unlocking until the security light dings.
wash the doors one at a time (different days)so that you can tell which door is problematic,then spray silicon over the lock mechanism to hopefully cure the problem.you may have to take off the inner door panel to get to it..(i looked at one in the workshop and its got a small hole above the lock....)
A few days of sunshine will probably fix the problem. I would suspect water getting in the door. Have a look at the rubber strip across the bottom of the window on the driver's door. It probably has holes or cracks in it. That would be the source of the problem. I know they are replacable, check with you auto parts store. Hope this helps.