Question about 2002 Chrysler Town & Country
Often, the air conditioner, front electric windows, rear vent windows, radio and front windshield wipers become inoperative. The ignition switch electrical module was changed and did not fix problem. Wiring has been inspected along with all fuzes. Fuze box replaced with no luck. Up until just this week, ignition switch could be cycled all the way to accessory, then back on and everything started working. Put on analyzer twice with no faults. Now, just this week, cycling the ignition switch does no good. Maintenance over the past year included a new transmission, water pump (twice) and an after market radio. Any ideas?
Have your voltage regulator checked. On some vehicles the voltage regulator is built into the alternator. Voltage changing and giving too much or too little can cause all kinds of problems.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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