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95 plymouth voyager gauges go on and off and it is not a fuse

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  • Rob Sinpasit May 11, 2010

    the whole dash goes out? as no reading on gauges. check the relay and ground terminal from the battery post.

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The problem is related to the BCM (body control module), the dealer has to replace it as it requires programming of the new module.

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