Question about 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager
First, driver side rear vent window went. Then, driver side front window went. Turn signals sometimes activated wiper blades prior to non-operation of both.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is USUSALLY just the rocker switch in the door there. Water drips on it when window is open during wet weather. This causes the contacts under that switch to corrode. Those are simple an easy to replace. Pop off the inside door panel (screw under the inside door latch handle, 2 or 3 screws under the arm rest - then plastci pop screws all around the sides and bottom. these can just pull out. Then it lifts off the top ledge. turn it and you'll see the switch still attached to the panel. try cleaning - will probably need replacement.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
Check the harness going from the door to the inner fender for broken wires,this happens a lot due to the constant bending and flexing when the door is opened and shut.You will need to cut the plastic covering so be careful not to cut more deap than you have to to avoid further wire damage.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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