I am having an issue with the tailgate (trunk lid) release actuator which I assume is the solenoid or relay that pulls the cable to the two latches to open the trunk lid. About nine months ago, the actuator started working intermittently. I took my roadster to the Tesla service center for repair. Tesla shows this repair at that time: Concern: Customer states: Trunk not unlatching often. Total Labor & Miscellaneous Items: 78.7500 Pay Type: Customer Pay Corrections: Actuator - Trunk Lid Release REMOVED AND REPLACED Part Quantity Unit Price ACTUATOR TAILGATE RELEASE (2000958) 1 24.42 24.42 Total Parts 24.42 Parts Replaced or Added 103.17 Now it is doing the same thing again of operating intermittently. I can take it back to the Tesla service center but is this something I might be able to adjust or otherwise fix myself? Is this “Actuator Tailgate Release” a common electrical part that I might be able to get and replace? Or is this a fix for Tesla? Does anyone know what might be the issue? Thanks!