The fuse is probably blowing because one of the door locks is binding. try pushing down on each door's lock button, and you'll probably find that one or more of them is difficult to push down and pull up. You can emove the door panel of the one in question and lube the lock linkage to remedy the situation. If you want to disable the locking system, you can pull the driver's door panel and unplug the door lock motor. ( the master lock of the door locking system)
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