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Instrument panel was changed , some things stop working...

99 plymouth voyager 3.3 L
well i hope you can help me, i put another instrument panel cause the original wasnt working, and the stereo stop working, also the keyless entry, and the interior lights doesnt work , the lights work if motor is runing or the switch has to be on, and also you cant open all doors from the driver's door, and the horn,unless that the switch is on, and well the stereo doesnt work even with truck running, well ill appreciate your help.

thanks, Edd.

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  • devin_clemen Feb 28, 2009

    I recently tried to install an aftermarket stereo and installed it correctly mind you, but anyway, i couldn't get the deck to work. the power would turn on but there wouldn't be any display or sound, and the horn, lights, and everything else you mentioned in your post happend. Did you fix your problem with the code retrieval.

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Are you aware that 99 and up has a chip in the cluster and also your key. Dealer resets it through code download retrieval. Also keep in mind that if you DID INSTALL IT CORRECTLY. Dealer will take care of the rest.

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