Could be. The EEM is diagnosed under a different menu option using the DRB-III. Good to see you still at it - hope your ECU problems are getting sorted out.
I haven't checked the outer locks while it's running, but yes, that's correct. The inner electronic latches don't open the door while it's running and stationary.So the electronic latch clicks/works with the car off but not with the car running and stationary?
Yes there is- not direct, the speedometer signal is used. Normally the PCM takes the vehicle speed signal and uses that to create the signal for the speedometer (I'm surmising, not 100% sure about this). However the PCM does have a wire coming out from the speedometer pin, and since the speedo does work, the Infinity must be making that signal. The body diagnostics manual says to check that input to the EEM and it should read 5V. It doesn't, it seems to be typically near 0V but moves around. I just used a DMM to check, I'll put a scope on it today to get a better understanding. However, since my speedo works, I assume that it is working correctly- that may be a bad assumption. I did check that the speedo connection to the EEM has continuity to the PCM connector. I'll also look at the Infinity programming to see how the speedo output is setup.There's a speed sensor input, right?