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1998 plymouth voyager

Lost power to indicator lights, blower motor and transmission. air bag light is on and car looses power

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Check under hood at main fuse relay there should be a line of relays. If not you have to pull the dash apart under steering colum on back firewall on left side you wil find 4 wire harnesses. that is where you start testing for power to see if the harnesses have gotten wet.

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