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  • crystal
     
    • HouseCallAuto
      9/15/2010 HouseCallAuto
      Us mechanics don't generally know before we take the column apart how to tell someone how to fix it. We just do it, we disassemble the column until we get it down far enough to see what we have to get to repair it. You need to go down to your local Chrysler - Jeep dealer parts dept just like we do and have them print the exploded view of the column and associated parts and pick what you need. There is no other way and nobody can explain to you how to fix it. This tedious type of disassembly is not able to be put into words. A repair manual may have the step by step but you have to check before buying the manual. The exploded view may help you decide how to take it apart.
  • Fireandrescue
    Fireandrescue - 1996 Plymouth Neon - Body & Interior - 9/15/2010
    I was needing to know what the two switches on the inside of the driver side do are used for?
     
    • Nissan Technical Advisor
      There's alot of switches in the driver side, you must identify the exact location of the switches you are referring to
  • ronnie holmes
    ronnie holmes - 1992 Plymouth Acclaim - Body & Interior - 9/15/2010
    HOW COOL SHOULDTEMP BE AT VENT WITH AC ON
     
    • Jason
      9/15/2010 Jason
      I think the vent temperature should be 40 to 45 degrees. The temperature can vary according to outside air and humidity conditions.
  • nancy
    nancy - 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager - Body & Interior - 9/11/2010
    When my cluster panel lights go out, why won't my van stay running?
    i'm having trouble with all my gauges on dash, in cluster panel, every so often the gauges will stop working, then my van won't start. I never know when its going to happen. can some one help me?
     
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  • Jose
    Jose - 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager - Body & Interior - 8/21/2010
    No working the panels?
    problem for electricity
     
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  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager - Body & Interior - 8/17/2010
    The instrament panel, lights(all), locks and wipers are on somtimes then turn off others times no pattern
    15000 miles no fuses blown no pattern to when it happens and just turns on simtimes driving and just sitting still no wires look burnt all connectors apear to be in place the van will start a/c works radio works brights will work and brake light when you hold them down
     
    • HouseCallAuto
      8/17/2010 HouseCallAuto
      Bad Body Control Module. Probability is greater than 75%. The BCM controls the wipers and power locks at least, maybe dash lights as well. Your mechanic should be able to diagnose / confirm this as it is not a DIY type job. The hardest part is the diagnostic confirmation of bad BCM.
  • jim
    jim - 1984 Plymouth Voyager - Body & Interior - 8/15/2010
    I am attempting to install the heater/air control replacement on the dash. When I removed the old one I noticed one of
    connectors was hanging free.Its a group of about nine or so hollow tubes, that I believe control the air flow in the dash. It still blows air in a defrost fashion, but not on dash. I can't find out where this group of wires connects.
     
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  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager - Body & Interior - 8/14/2010
    How can I get the gauges and dashboard lights to work?
    All of the dash gauges have gone out and have not come back on. This happened several times in the past year, but they always came back on after a bit. This time they've been off for more than a month.
     
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  • AutoMD Member
    AutoMD Member - 2000 Plymouth Grand Voyager - Body & Interior - 8/13/2010
    My electric windows roll down but do not come up. what is the problem?
     
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  • cadiaz
    cadiaz - 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager - Body & Interior - 8/10/2010
    Why would indicator lights on climate control blink on and off after having transmission replaced?
    All climate controls worked normally before getting new transmission installed . A/C and blowers still work but indicators lights on climate control buttons constantly flashing
     
    • cadiaz
      8/10/2010 cadiaz
      I saw the following procedure for a rear climate control blower motor problem and decided to try it for this problem. Worked great no more blinking climate control lights. Thanks to whomever gave this response on another similar problem. This calibration is not documented in the standard user guide or owner manual. I would never have figured this out.
      Recently the battery was disconnected to reset the check engine light.

      Run the calibration and cool down test:

      1. Turn the fan on high.

      2. Set mode to panel.

      3. Set the temperature to cold.

      4. With the engine running, simultaneously hold down the rear wiper and rear wash buttons for 5 seconds or until all the lights come on solid.

      5. Release the buttons and the calibration/cool down test will run for 1 to 3 minutes.

      6. When finished, only the rear wiper should be flashing. If so, tap it once and the recalibration is done.
  • cadiaz
    cadiaz - 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager - Body & Interior - 8/9/2010
    What do the relays control?
    found relay switch on floor inside of van. now dome lights don't work. what is the layout of the relay control panel?
     
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  • Pat
    Pat - 1995 Plymouth Voyager - Body & Interior - 8/9/2010
    Why won't my side door won't close all the way?
    van, opposite side of door assembly has black plaistic washer that is broke.
     
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  • Neil
    Neil - 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager - Body & Interior - 8/8/2010
    Why did my auxiliary rear heat and air conditioning blowers stop working?
    133,000 miles. My rear climate control (located above passenger seat on left side) and rear blower (located in rear of van) stopped working. When the engine is on or the key is turned to the on position, the air conditioning, recirculating air, rear windshield ...
     
    • HouseCallAuto
      8/8/2010 HouseCallAuto
      Let me guess - You recently had the battery disconnected for some reason?

      Run the calibration and cool down test:

      1. Turn the fan on high.

      2. Set mode to panel.

      3. Set the temperature to cold.

      4. With the engine running, simultaneously hold down the rear wiper and rear wash buttons for 5 seconds or until all the lights come on solid.

      5. Release the buttons and the calibration/cool down test will run for 1 to 3 minutes.

      6. When finished, only the rear wiper should be flashing. If so, tap it once and the recalibration is done.
      HouseCallAuto
      8/8/2010 HouseCallAuto
      One add'l note - If the cool down test does not run successfully, the cause is likely that your AC system is low on refrigerant. When the test runs, it has to see a big change in the temperature of the airflow AC ~ Heat or the test gets sort of aborted / incomplete.
      HouseCallAuto
      8/9/2010 Neil
      Thank for the tip. I ran the calibration and cool down test. It worked and made the lights quit flashing. The auxiliary blowers are still not working. Any other tips?
  • cadiaz
    cadiaz - 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager - Body & Interior - 8/7/2010
    What accessories do the relays in a1998 plymouth grand voyager control?
    all dome lights suddnly are out bulbs are good. lights on climate controls blink for 10 minutes then function normally.
     
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