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Often it's a bad microswitch in one of the doors. This causes the BeCM to think the button is pushed, so it reacts by activating all the locks. Easy to test, but you do need to take off the door cards.

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Hi,

Mine was doing this. I took door cards off both front doors and checked microswitch operation which turned out to be perfect. I eventually tracked it down to a corroded connector in the left hand door pillar (I assume the right hand will have similar). It's accessible behind the where the rubber tube enters the pillar, just pull out the rubber and fish out the connector. I cleaned mine with switch cleaner and packed with dielectric grease. No problems 12 months later.

Mike

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