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  • GreatWhite
    GreatWhite - 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager - Body & Interior - 12/20/2011
    Power window passenger side won't respond what can I do to get it to go back up?
    I clicked the switch Sunday to get the window to go down. It hasn't responded since.
     
    • yboy82
      12/20/2011 yboy82
      Did you check if the power window operates when using the the driver side door window switch? The control switch at the passenger side should be check if it the only window that won't respond if you use the driver door power window switch.
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  • robin
    robin - 2000 Plymouth Neon - Body & Interior - 11/4/2011
    Rear defroster switch inop
    defroster working on front windshield but not rear fuses not found could it be the rear defroster switch. all connections ok on rear window. but cannot locate fuse. not under hood nor inside car. any ideas? how do I change switch?
     
    • TechSam
      11/4/2011 TechSam
      Put a test light to the defrost terminals and see if you have power on one terminal and ground on another.
  • Richard
    Richard - 1989 Plymouth Grand Voyager - Body & Interior - 9/21/2011
    Why when I open the rear hatch door the lights won't come on?
    I removed the lockswitch and used electrical cleaner to clean it, still when I open the rear door hatch the lights will not come on.
     
    • CVO
      9/21/2011 CVO
      Inspect
      1. The bulb.
      2. The fuse.
      3. Check the socket bulb if there is any 12 volts.
  • Ruff
    Ruff - 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager - Body & Interior - 9/6/2011
    Instrument panel blank, vehicle will not start
    Instrument panel goes blank; only way to start vehicle - Disconnect Pos side of Battery Cable from Battery, Pull Radio/IOD(Ignition Off Draw) Fuses , let set for 3 to 8 hour. Vehicle will run fine for several days, then problems starts all over again. This is ...
     
    • HouseCallAuto
      9/6/2011 HouseCallAuto
      The problem is likely to be a bad solder joint on the instrument panel cluster board. Instead of pulling fuses, next time just smack the top of the dash. If the cluster starts working and the car can start, that would be confirmation of what I said. get back to me and I will detail the actual fix if this is really the cause. Or, you could just buy a new cluster board from Chrysler for $500 plus?
  • Bob
    Bob - 1980 Plymouth Arrow - Body & Interior - 8/2/2011
    Do you ship to Australia? Thanks, Bob.
  • farmerp
    farmerp - 1990 Plymouth Grand Voyager - Body & Interior - 7/22/2011
    Where would the ac drain be located?
    Ac cools but water will pour on floor I believe the drain hole for the water may be clogged but I do not know where it may be located.
     
    • Spoon Sports
      7/22/2011 Spoon Sports
      bottom of the engine firewall under the van on the passenger side, a small tube about 3/4" in diameter
      Spoon Sports
      7/24/2011 farmerp
      Thank you, Thank you, Thank you, exactly what I needed.
  • Ina
    Ina - 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager - Body & Interior - 7/14/2011
    When I slow down and almost come to a complete stop, my vehicle wants to jerk like it's shifting gears. What's up?t
    I also place my vehicle in reverse and it starts to vibrate really bad.
     
    • bob
      7/14/2011 bob
      you probably have a bad transmission torque converter clutch solinoid going bad. you shoul take it to a transmission shop for proper diagnosis.
  • william
    william - 1999 Plymouth Neon - Body & Interior - 7/8/2011
    Where would u find the alarm for when u leave your keys in the ingation.
     
    • Spoon Sports
      7/8/2011 Spoon Sports
      I dont get this question, although im under the impression that you locked your keys inside and looking for another way to open it? Am i correct?

      Please do not reply by clicking "Reply". reply by clicking "Answer Question" so it will reflect in my INBOX so i can get back to you if something comes up
  • amanda127
    amanda127 - 1998 Plymouth Breeze - Body & Interior - 6/25/2011
    When i turn my air conditioner on it only blows thru the defrost vents.
    I replaced the control panel but that didn't solve the problem. I was told it could be some part that controls the door for the vents???
     
    • Spoon Sports
      6/16/2011 Spoon Sports
      Probably a vacuum hose has fallen off somewhere. My friend had this with his S10. In his S10 though, there was a motor down on the floor under the dash, and the plastic had become brittle and broke, making it so it could not open up the flap to change the air flow direction. See if you can find out where the flaps are and look for the servo motors.
      Spoon Sports
      6/17/2011 amanda127
      Thanks. I'm having an issue trying to figure out what mechanism actually controls the opening of the flaps for the vents. The manual I have isn't really helpful in finding the name/location of the part.
    • CVO
      6/17/2011 CVO
      Navigate to this site and see the detailed procedures on how to replace the re-circulation door.
      http://www.autozone.com/.../...rGuideContent.jsp
      CVO
      6/20/2011 amanda127
      thank you so much!
    • Spoon Sports
      6/25/2011 Spoon Sports
      Good Luck Amanda
  • Jim
    Jim - 1993 Plymouth Grand Voyager - Body & Interior - 5/19/2011
    All gauges (Tach, Speedometer, Oil Pressure, Fuel level, Temperature, Amp gauge) all stopped working. Panel lights ok.
    It has 171,000 miles. The problem was intermittent at first, now the gauges never work. Panel lights all work, and there are no blown fuses.
     
    • Bill
      3/9/2011 Bill
      I would see if I could get fault codes read at autozone or advance auto or O'reilly auto parts, Shucks, etc. Then come on back so we might help you.
    • HouseCallAuto
      3/9/2011 HouseCallAuto
      Remove one battery cable to power the vehicle down, reconnect and see if the gauges now operate. If they do, the Body Control Module (BCM) was likely locked up. No further action is necessary.
      HouseCallAuto
      5/19/2011 max
      we have done this sometime it works sometime not shifter indicator also not working the trans will engage but the indicator will not any ideas
      HouseCallAuto
      11/30/2011 kent
      your you talking about the computer under the hood by the battery?
      HouseCallAuto
      11/30/2011 kent
      its a 2000 voyager 3.3
    • max
      5/19/2011 max
      all gauges do not work includoing the the shifter gauge the trans will engage but the indicater willnot work we tried what some one had posted bout the battery cable worked for a few starts after that then went back to the same
      max
      5/19/2011 conan
      i am having the same problem and was told the cluster panel went bad havent changed it yet but will in the next few days, if it fixes it I eill let you know
      max
      6/23/2011 conan
      they just fixed mine, change the ac controls in side the van, it shorts out and stops everything from working
      max
      11/30/2011 kent
      where is it located in the van ac controls ?
  • djzabo
    djzabo - 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager - Body & Interior - 5/11/2011
    WHERE IS THE REAR DOOR/HATCH SWITH LOCATED?
     
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  • bene
    bene - 2000 Plymouth Neon - Body & Interior - 5/3/2011
    Odometer says door fuse?
     
    • Spoon Sports
      5/3/2011 Spoon Sports
      My friend had the same problem and he discovered that you have to replace the door stopper. Of course you have to check the obvious which are the fuses but more often than not, they are OK
  • Michael
    Michael - 1995 Plymouth Voyager - Body & Interior - 4/30/2011
    Where is the blower motor resistor
     
    • CVO
      4/30/2011 CVO
      Chrysler Caravan/Voyager/Town n Country 1984-1995
      Blower Motor Resistor
      REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
      Print
      REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

      Disconnect the negative battery cable.
      Remove the middle bench, if equipped. Remove the left lower quarter trim panel.
      Disconnect the wiring harness from the resistor.
      Remove the screws that attach the resistor to the rear unit and remove the resistor.
      The installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
      Connect the negative battery cable and check for proper operation.
      For further info., visit this site.
      http://www.autozone.com/.../...rGuideContent.jsp
 
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