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Spoiler Problem When I first start the engine, I have full manual control of the spoiler. As soon as the car starts moving, the spoiler rises and flashes the error light on the control switch. I cannot lower the spoiler until I stop and recycle the ignition switch. The problem seems to have originated as I was slowing from freeway speed on an off ramp (at which time the spoiler should have lowered automatically).

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