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My locks keep locking & unlocking themselves continually. Is there some way to stop this? We have disconnected the battery for now.

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SOURCE: 2001PT Cruiser door locks

make sure than the car has not any aftermarket alarm installed if it does have it remove it

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SOURCE: power locks on 2000 honda accord coupe

have the computer checked yuu have a error code or a short in the system

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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SOURCE: LOCKS HAVE A MIND OF THEIR OWN!!

A good possibility is the control panel on the driver's door for the power windows and locks. This is called a modual and they are known to corrode inside sometimes due to water that may drip in when the driver's window is cracked open and it's raining out, or snow melting. They are also known to defect after some time too. To see if this is the problem, remove the "modual" from the door panel and unplug the electrical harness from the modual. If the power locks stop cycling, you will have to get a replacement modual from your local GM dealership or possibly your local parts store like NAPA and such fourth. In the mean time, remove fuse number 14 from the fuse box located underneath the hood in the engine compartment on the driver's side behind the windshield washer fluid tank. the fuse is for all the powerlock motors in the vehicle. This will stop the motors from continuing runnig and draining your battery.

Posted on Feb 05, 2009

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one of the activation switches is fauilty, more than likley the drivers side.

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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SOURCE: remote not working after disconnecting battery

If car Convenience Control Module(module that control key remote) lose power- remote adaptation to the car will be lost. This apply to some Audi models.
What you can try to do is:
1. Disarm alarm manually by opening door lock with the key
2. Put key into ignition and turn to on position (don't start the car)
3. Press few times remote button (with the ignition in on position)
Depends on your year model it my work (works on the newer models), if not you have to go to the dealership to program your keys.
Good luck!
Grzesiek

Posted on May 22, 2009

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