I'm new here, so forgive me if this is a repeat post. I've searched the forum but found nothing like this problem. My 1998 Chevy Suburban power door locks work all by themselves. When I'm working in my garage with the Sub parked just outside, I can hear them locking and unlocking. (CLICK-CLICK; CLICK CLICK) This can be very embarrassing at a stoplight in downtown Atlanta and downright nerve-wracking when parking the Sub outside a hotel room at night. This will happen intermittently until it kills the battery. (My Sub sometimes sits unused for weeks) I've replaced the master door switch on the driver's side and the problem got a little better, but came back to full song shortly later. I've searched and searched for the fuse that controls this, actually pulling EVERY fuse in the interior fuse block, but the locks do not stop working. Two local chevy dealers could NOT tell OR show me which fuse controls the locks and it is NOT the cigarette lighter fuse as many folks have told me. Is there anyone out there who has experienced this, or even heard of it before? I do not have male pattern baldness, but I surely will if I can't find a fix for this.