Question about 1992 Plymouth Voyager
Just recently my van lost it's power mirrors, power locks and inside dome lights and radio. They work when my wife to it work one morning, when she got in at the end of the day, she smell like wires was burn and she notice that above items didn't work. Any ideas on where to start looking, I have check the fuse box and all fuses are good.
Sometimes there are two fuse boxes. The companies like to mess with you. Usually theres one under the hood and one inside the cab, under the driver's side steering controls, ie: lay on the floor by the pedals and look up, or if you open the door and look at the dash from the side it could be there.
It really does sound like a fuse problem. Have you tried testing the fuse with a multimeter?
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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