I didn't get eaten by a bear
. So... I was typing all of that on my phone, and am now back home on my computer, and I've got a full nights rest under my belt so I can respond back.
So... I had already taken the batteries out of BOTH key fobs thinking that was the issue, no change so its not that. I've also reset the PCM like I believe I mentioned before, removed the fuse to the door lock motors/rear trunk hatch (one fuse) and I noticed the lights still coming on, but much rarer of an occurrence. I decided not to unplugged the battery like I had done the night before when we slept in the vehicle and kept being woken up by the clicking, by the time I crawled back into the tent, the lights came on (pointing towards our tent of course) only a few times before it stopped for good that night. I put the fuse back in because apparently there is NO key to get into the trunk on this model, so no power = no trunk, short of crawling through the back seat split and pulling the emergency latch.
So the morning after my post I woke up and started to pack away the tent that had not been destroyed by a bear (
) and jumped in the vehicle. I heard a few clicks at random intervals. I was approached by another camper who's vehicle had been killed from too much inverter + laptop use the night before. I went to give him a jump (not sure if this had ANYTHING to do with it) but... after giving him a jump I didn't notice a single click ALL the way back to Fairbanks (360+ miles away). The car didn't try to unlock itself at all.
So far this morning too, nothing that I've noticed but I haven't been driving it around as I'm taking a day to recoup from all of the driving. I'll have to see what happens when it does decide to start acting up again. I'm not sure if its possible that a relay is sticking??? I don't fully know what symptoms a failing or failed relay would show? On another note, I managed to make the trip of 360+ miles (tent to door) in 5 hours and 20 minutes
with only 1 quick stop at the Mt McKinley viewing point.