Question about 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
I drove through a low spot filled w water just before the light came on, could this be the problem?
Rest of the electrical system seems to be OK
Yes, these vans are susceptible to taking in water. You may have an alternator full of water and it may be affecting the charge to the battery. Have an auto parts store test the alternator to see what it's output is.
As for the power steering, I don't know why the water would affect it.
If you go to the dealer, say nothing about the water puddle. I had a friend with a similar situation and the warranty would not cover the repair because they chose to drive into the water.
Check the engine oil dipstick for signs of water (bubbles). Sometimes the engine will **** water if they go to far underwater.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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