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Would that be the same as a liftgate? I see a Emergency Release for Opening Liftgate on page 2-14 of your owners manual which I uploaded here, http://www.mediafire.com/?vzea65p0y6lrrno It says,
1. Remove the trim plug to expose the access hole in the trim panel. The access hole is located on the inside of the liftgate.
2. Use a tool to reach through the access hole in the trim panel.
3. Pry the left release lever up to the unlock position. Pry the right release lever up to unlatch the liftgate.
4. Reattach the trim plug.
Now, on getting to the window regulator, give me a few minutes on that but I did find a Endgate Window Learn Cycle, click here, that has to be performed anytime A service part has been installed in the vehicle, An endgate module has been swapped from one vehicle to another, Loss of battery while the window is moving, Any fault condition, DTC B3966, which causes the window to enter the window fault state or an Installation of a new window regulator into a vehicle.