cruiserdan said:Hehehehe, Am I bad, or what?
Something is wrong with the actuator. Let's try to save you $1,527.38.
I think that there is some debris stuck in the contacts. Pop the plastic cover off of the top of the actuator and manually move the arm that attaches to the cable. Move it through the full sweep about 8 or 10 times and that should clean off the contacts. Pull the "Dome" fuse from the block behind the battery for about 30 seconds to clear the code and go for a test drive.
Give it a Whirl................ D-