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Have a 1998 plymouth voyager and the insturment panel and gauany suggestions to fix the problems?and headlights went out are there ges

I have a 1998 plymouth voyager and the insturment panel and gauges and headlights went out are there any suggestions to fix the problems?

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Try a battery disconnect..have seen a body control module lock up on these vehicles

Posted on May 10, 2009

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    Dan Aug 09, 2011

    I would fist suspect the instrument cluster harness connector solder joints. It's easy and free to check them out and re-solder and these vans have a history of this problem! :-)

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