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It appears that you created this code with the non-stock equipment that was installed. There may also be a broken or shorted wire that relates to that circuit. You can also try this re-learn procedure that I attached and see if that helps.
Ok, leave it at 8 degrees for now.
Changing from stock to what you did is never a good idea, it changes all the parameters of what was designed into the vehicle by the engineers. I would put everything back the way it was. Sorry.
Thanks again, Ron