You have a short in the switch that when it vibrates or bounces it conects and locks or unlocks the doors try changing the lock switch on the door that when you open it, it happens or even unpluging it and see if the problem stops if not try a differnt lock switch
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If the locking seems continuous and almost glitchy I would buy new locks for both front doors. If it seems to be one timing lock and not acting glitchy then it most likely is a interference with a security alarm at that point I would disconnect the fuse for pwr locks as a quick fix.
the first thing i would do is make sure the spring inside the power door lock switch did not collapse and causing the door locks to click all the time,,,you should be able to tell just by pushing the door lock switch,,if not disconnect each door lock switch one at a time and see if it stops,and if it does then you know which one caused it
One of your door lock inside switches are bad.Find the one that doesn't feel right when you push it in either lock or unlock.The internal spring is broke causing the lock relay to keep try to lock or unlock until it gets hot & protects.
Hi does this happens when you use you remote to lock the door? Does this happens after you unlock the door? If I remember the lock button is on the door panel. I would just remove the switch just to see if the wires are plugged completely in to the switch, could have came loose. Please get back to me about the questions I asked.