Question about 1996 Plymouth Voyager
Someone broke into my 1993 Ply. G.V. 3.3. Broke steering column and it looks as if they poked around in a relay. The result- all systems down. No juice anywhere. What do I do except find the *&%#$@! who did it and kick a__.
If they took your switch & cut wiring, etc in the steering column, besides the obvious parts you have to get, you should get a column wiring harness. If this happened to me, i would just go to the wrecking yard and have them get me a whole steering column (with key - and the wiring not cut off anywhere) and if you can't change it yourself, it probably won't cost more to change the column than to have someone work on your destroyed one. There should be lots of these things in the wrecking yards as trannys are weak & column shouldn't cost more than $100 (& they have to remove it...) If you find the person that did it, you can always keep your S&W pointed at them while they repair it back to original condition... (just joking)
Posted on May 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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