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Electrical problems , spoiler not acting right, engine light comes on , hard starting sometimes , windows and seat controls intermitant

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I think you have a problem with the Body Control Module, it can be self tested for trouble codes, these codes will start with a B

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This is more than likely the rear spoiler. When exceeding 45 mph, the spoiler will deploy but is hard to hear due to the sound of the engine, when decelerating back to 10 mph (or less), the spoiler will return to its stored position. This sounds exactly like the experience you described, so I am guessing that this is the culprit.
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1: Seated in the driver's seat, reach beneath the dashboard console, searching for a button/switch. This will be located at the bottom of the console (roughly, right above where your left shin/knee would be positioned when driving). If you find a switch, push it and see if it deploys the Spoiler. You will need to have the key and turned so that electricals may function.
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Let us know if this is indeed the issue and have fun with your bug!

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