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its a bit hard to say but if you remove the plugs on the devices one by one you would find the culprit. anything with heat in the word i would start with as they are a main drain and so would the door actuator as they high voltage use. the rest are low voltage compared to them mentioned.
I found out that the auto sliding doors are just like garage doors.... need lubed, connectors in door jamb cleaned and sprayed with silicone lube and sometimes an ajustment for tension- dealer item.... I took mine to a dealer and drove out 30 min later.... hope this helps.