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  1. In my recent post my 04 Cayenne rear tail lights, brake lights (including center brake lamp) and backup lights stay on after key is removed, and the liftgate soft close actuator continues to operate (powered on). The remote Key Fobs do not operate the door locks. I removed the carpet on the left and right passenger floor and repaired the wiring as described in other Post. Using the Durametric Diagnostic Version I get many Fault Codes. In particular, ones relating to the Vehicle Electrical System; Fault Codes: 185-Relay to Terminal 15 (activation) Open circuit/short circuit to
  2. Thanks Loren, I made repairs to all electrical spliced wires on the left and right wiring harnesses under the carpet. All rear lights still on. The lift gate closing actuator operates continuously. The battery is full charged. Unplugged brake light switch. Remote key fobs not working. Vehicle starts, get warning brake proportioning message, brake light flashing, stuck in park. Reviewed most forms on the wiring . Could anyone let me know if there is a relay for the remote lock-unlock system, since the lights are activated when the remote lock-unlock under normal conditions. what elec
  3. vehicle parked for 2 weeks, found all rear lights including backup lights stay on and lift-gate actuator continuously operates. Key fob not working. Vehicle starts and drives. Replaced key fob batteries, checked vehicle battery 12.4 volt. Checked for water under left front carpet. Right carpet wet. Could someone give solutions to the problem. Would be great full.
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