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You have the lever that goes from the key cylinder part of the lock through the striker portion of the locking assembly turned part way, either in the wrong direction or not turned enough in the right direction so if you take the inside portion of the lock off and pull the outside portion out of the door and rotate the lever to its proper position and then put if all back together in the correct sequence it should work properly.
There is a door lock linkage inside the door that is disconnected or broken. You will have to open up the door to put it back on or replace it.
If you are not handy enough to open the door up yourself, take it to a body shop (where they paint your car after a crash). These guys open up these doors all the time.
Did you lock your keys in the car recently and have a lock shop open it with a slim jim? If so, they broke this link. If not, then an inept car thief might have tried to open your car this way and broken the linkage for you.
This is because your master switch on the drivers door may have corroded oxidation on the contacts inside the switch and that master switch is the feed for all inside door lock switches your remote and keypad work because those electrical signals go through the driver door module you must clean all contacts on the master switch get them shiny you can use 4/0 steel wool and alcohol and also take the lock switch apart and clean the button contacts inside the switch for this use alcohol and 1000 grit sandpaper glued to a pencil and lightly spin in your fingers to shine the contacts sometimes just an eraser works but it depends on the quality of it so go with the sandpaper glued to the pencil or any circular object that will fit inside after this blow out the switch and use the alcohol to clean out and let dry
It is a long shot, but I took my door skins off a while back to access the speakers, and when I put the door skins back on my doors wouldn't lock. It was just a dirty contact switch. I took my driver side door skin back off, cleaned both metal surfaces with a rag and it fixed the problem. I believe the switch is on the back of your lock button, it's a thin piece of metal that looks like a pen clip.
First push the last two buttons on the right on the keypad and see if that locks all locks. If it does not then it sound like there is an intermittent transmitter switch that has gone out, Have a friend engage - disengage until you locate the sound you describe and locate that switch, Pull it and take it to the dealership. Replace it and you should be back in business.