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  1. The majority of the corrosion was found in the right side plug, attached to the vehicle, not the lift gate.
  2. The connector is attached from the vehicle at the lift gate opening to the lift gate, at the top of the lift gate. Lift glass was the only that kept popping open on me. I suppose the lift gate could do the same thing, however in my situation it was only the lift glass malfunctioning.
  3. I found out the issue y’all! The connector between the lift gate and the vehicle had some corrosion in the connectors. Took it apart, cleaned it, and it’s back to new. Thanks everyone for the feedback. Hopefully this helps someone out in the future
  4. I have an appointment with the dealer for Monday morning. Problem is, it doesn’t always do it. It’s a hit or miss kind of thing. But I’ll ask them about that GDS2 thing thanks for the help
  5. I unplugged both the fuse and the relay, it’s still drawing enough power to kill the new battery.
  6. Thanks for the link, but thats for the whole tailgate itself. My issue is with the glass portion only.
  7. I don’t think it’s the buttons. We took both car remotes out of range of the vehicle, and the relay was still clicking.
  8. Hey all, I have a 2015 suburban LT, 70k miles, new to us about 2 months ago. The problem we’ve been having is the rear glass on the liftgate keeps popping open. No matter what we do. I’ve disconnected the battery, reconnected, still does it. I’ve taken out the relay in the back of the vehicle that controls the rear glass, but it’s still drawing power, causing the battery to die. I took it to a dealership, they said the battery had a bad cell, (probably from the draining of the battery) so it was replaced. All was well for about 4-5 days, then it started doing it again. Now it won’t stop. This is our family ride, any thoughts? I don’t know where to begin searching for bad grounds. It has a new battery, I’ll attach a video so everyone can see what it’s doing, hopefully you can see it. Any direction or help is much appreciated. Thanks 53D4270F-C990-408B-863C-3A3266615D0D.mov
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