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Q: Doors doing machine gun thing.

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My doors are doing the machine gun thing.

A: The door lock actuators may be the cause of...

The door lock actuators may be the cause of this issue, however the door lock control is through the body control module and this would have to be checked that it is not causing the issue also. I recommend to have a qualified mechanic check it out such as one from YourMechanic. The body module may have to be replaced.

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