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My 2005 Nissan Murano seems to be possessed. The

My 2005 Nissan Murano seems to be possessed. The front driver and passenger side windows will roll down without the key being in the ignition and without pressing the window buttons. Also the doors lock without pressing the locking device. This happens even after the vehicle has sat for a period of time. We were driving the vehicle and we could hear the door locks trying to lock/unlock. Would there be a fuse that is causing this problem?

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Replace the remote battery first, then the remote.

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