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Did you replace the motor and still same problem?
Ok do you have a volt meter?
It could be a wiring or sensor problem, you probably have codes in the liftgate module, and you will need a scan tool to get them. Did the dealer give you any codes?
Have you checked the fuses?
You need a scan tool to tell if they are good or bad, if bad they will set a code.
Disconnect both battery cables (positive and negative) and hold them together for 15 minutes. Then reconnect one at a time, positive first then negative. This should reset the system.
Sometimes this will work if it needs to be reset.
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Have you had a chance to get the tailgate module scanned for codes?
No there are no bulletins, I do not see a recalibration procedure in the service manual.
Unfortunately this is probably going to need the dealer. You need the dealer scan tool to diagnose.