Question about 2004 Chrysler Voyager
If both remotes are equally poor, it points to the receiver, but
the batteries used in such devices often have a useful lifetime of 5 years even if in storage so it seems a little early to have to replace them but that is where I would start.
It is possible though, that those installed in 2004 were not fresh stock.
Buying replacement remotes is not what I would do without first doing the battery replacement since they are probably quite costly and they would likely need to be programmed by the dealer.
The receiver could be at fault but you will need an aftermarket service manual to locate it.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
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