Question about 1997 Dodge Caravan
One shop tried repalacing the switch on the end of the turn signal lever but this didn't help. they said it was probably the body control module but this costs $1030.00(more than the van is worth). is it common to have to replace this module due to wiper failures? the wipers have failed completely.
Did they confirm no power to motor itself? I assume they did. Did they remove harness from module & clean all connections to it, and try again? Did you by any chance call dealer to confirm price of new, or call local auto recyclers for price and availability on a used one? In my experience these are not a common thing to go, but maybe one of the other techs here can jump in and give their opinion or experience on it.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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