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After the battery went dead in my 98 voyager I got the flashing lights indication on the rear wiper/washer/defrost/recirc./AC control panel buttons under the radio. I re-calibrated and got just the rear wiper button flashing per instructions that I read on FixYa but the recirc. and AC buttons continue to flash. What does that mean and how can I eliminate it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. tombron

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  • bobcatsc Jun 25, 2009

    The answer was not related to my problem. I don't think he read my post thoroughly.

  • bobcatsc Jun 25, 2009

    This is the first time I have used this method of solving a problem so I'm not sure of the rules. Can I get back to you somehow if this doesn't solve my problem and I have further questions? I feel like if I click that acceptance button I'll lose you to cyber space somewhere.
    Thanks, tombron


  • bobcatsc Jun 25, 2009

    This is great! Thanks a lot. I'll check it and will not forget to click the accept button. I'm a big FixYa fan & recommend it a lot.
    tombron


  • bobcatsc Jun 26, 2009

    I ran til normal op. temp.,turned blower to high,set mode on panel, with all outlets open moved temp to full cold. Then held recirc. and AC buttons in for a long time but they never blinked alternately - only simultaneously. The above procedure worked holding the rear wipe & wash buttons in until they all came on solid - system calibrated for the minute prescribed, and only the rear wiper button was flashing. The Recirc. and AC buttons have always flashed simultaneously after both procedures.
    Do I need to look elsewhere for my problem. The buttons work as they are supposed to (compressor kicks in and recirc. comes on and off).They just won't stop flashing. This was my original question and I am still where I started. Hope you can help.


  • bobcatsc Jun 26, 2009

    My expert did his best. Even referred me to another more comprehensive site. I'm not sure I still know what to do but I got my monies worth.

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What is happening here is that you have two seperate systems indicating a fault. The A/C and Recirc flashing simultaneously is one and the flashing wiper to do with another

My friend I think the siplest way I can communicate the solution to your problem is to give you this link which goes through the whole troubleshooting procedure: http://autorepair.about.com/library/faqs/bl510h.htm

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The flashing lights are prompting you to do a calibration/cooldown test. First you need to let the car run until it is at normal temperature. Then press and hold the rear wiper and washer buttons at the same time for about 5 secs (all the lights will then illuminate). After that test is done do the same thing by pressing and holding the a/c and recirc buttons for about 5 secs.

when each test is complete you should get alternately flashing lights on the two buttons you pushed to start the test. Once you are complete just turn the key off and back on to reset everything.

this is just a common problem and will get solved by above procedure.goodluck.
thanks for using fixya.keep updated.
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    not a problem at all.you can just check it and get your problem solved first.but if this helps you solve the problem then please do click the accept button to accept the solution.-- as only then will i be credited for that by the company.take care that you accept the solution if this works and not repost or you will lose my solution.


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    will wait for the solution to be accepted by you soon.thanks.

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Check the battery status with multimeter and check the corresponding fuse

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