Question about 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager
The turn signal on my 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager almost always works when I first turn on the engine. Then after driving for a while, it just stops working - no interior indicator nor any outside turn light working. Then when I stop, turn off the engine, wait a bit, and turn it on again, it usually works again. The only sure-fire way I've found to get it to work without fail is to have a mechanic standing near. I've had the turn signal lever replaced a few times because the intermittent wiper controls are also on it they they are sometimes spotty.
Replace the turn signal relay. (daylight running lights and turn signal in one unit) It costs about 50 dollars.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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