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My 1997 dodge caravan lights blink on and off all of them

I think it has to do with the alarm cuz it happens when i open the doors i changed the relays for the lights but they still keep flashing i also took out the fuse to the alarm y do they still flash ???????????????

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disconnect a/c compressor connector and reconnect make sure the connector is tight....my van was doing the same thing and after i did that it works great no more flashing lights

Comments: Jul 03, 2009 - almost forgot you need to do this after you disconnect and reconnect it...Now try holding down the bottom two outside buttons one on left of panel and the one on the right. This runs the cool down test. You might have to run these test more than once. If the a.c. is not working properly you will fail this test.

This worked for me!

Forgot to mention, keep the a/c on high recirc

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