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it's really hard to say with out having the assy.
the red lighting bolts in the assy are "common" when relationships are conflicting.
MIght this be as simple as setting the last mate/planar to a floating relationship?
and/or if you want to zip the assy and all it's parts and upload we'll be happy to look.
this sort of troubleshooting comes with experience and lessons learned after many many many hours of painful meticulous exercise. many have learned how to fix such incidents but it's not something one can i explain or teach... it's more of a mental puzzle then a method to be taught.
it appears that the component causing your issies is actually the sencond to last part in the pathfinder. ( xxx)
I ended up in the failed stat you have been seeing and soppressed relationships till i found that part being the culprit. I noted that that componant was assembeled to 2 differet pieces and somehow in that was not acting correclty.
I deleted all the relationships and reconstrained it... it seems stable at this pint.. i thin added the additional part, and it too assembeles without issue.
Here is a short video showing the relationships i used.
In short however. if you follow these steps you should be ok:
1.) delete the relationships between "brick w/ arch .11" & "roof tile .1"
2.) constrain as needed "brick w/ arch .11" to "brick 1 x 2 .2"
3.) add the new "brick w/ arch .12" and constrain to "brick 1 x 2 .2"
this seems to work just fine.
Where did you get this model?
let us kno wif this resolves your issue.