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Blinking lights When I start the van the lights on the buttons by the climate control system begin to blink off and on and continue to do so until I turn off the engine. The lights are the A/C button, rear wiper, rear intermittent wiper, rear defogger, etc. It started after I jumped it due to a dead battery. Any ideas?

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    the yellow lights for the rear window (wipers, washer) buttons 4 out of 5... were flashing. They stopped when I put air in the tires. Really. ?? Why were they flashing to start with and did it really have anything todo with tire pressure???

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Reset your computer, do this by removing thepositive battery cable for 10 mins.......

if this doe snot work, then some thing went bad when the van was jumped.

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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