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I have a 1998 plymouth voyager and the insturment panel and gauges and wipers and locks stopped working how could this be fixed

How do i fix a insturment panel and gauges on a 1998 plymouth voyager the wipers and locks do not work either

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You have to replace the " body control module " located under dash drivers side. and most of time they have to be reprogrammend unless you buy it new from dealer and they do it before you get it. the body control mod controls all those items and go bad alot.

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