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1998 Chev Blaz 4wd 43L; crazy electric - the doors lock-unlock themselves with the vehicle off and keys out of ign I apply brakes -dash lights dim and dome lght comes on Bat and alt are ok any ideas?

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2005-07-18 03:54:26
2005-07-18 03:54:26

sounds like an earth problem to me, check and clean all your earth points though i suspect its more of an earth failure

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