Question about 1994 Plymouth Voyager
Go for the low hanging fruit first (easy correction). Clean the bat. terminals. The radio or some low current consuming devices may work but heavy current consuming devices like starters and headlights won't because of the resistance at the corroded terminal connections. Just scrape them shiny and clean and watch the magic. you can use baking soda as a cleaner on the outside of the connection and grease as a preventive after cleaned and reconnection.
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