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91 plymouth voyager, no instrument panel, repaced fuse, functioned for a day then stopped, Ive read manuals, tracked wires can not find short in dash ,please suggest other possible causes

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You need a cluster.

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Gauges on dash don't work on 98 plymouth voyager


Try actually replacing the instrument panel fuse. Sometimes the open link is very small and hard to see. If this doesn't work try and find the instrument cluster connector and make sure that it is tight. Sometimes over time, if it wasn't latched all the way, it can work loose especially if there have been some wide temperature fluctuations where you are.

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1998 grand voyager, sometimes dash works sometimes it doesn't. what can cause this ?


Could be the connector at the back of the instrument panel, or a bad connection in the wiring harness. Could also be a weak ignition switch.

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I have a 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager with a 3.3 L engine that has an instrument cluster problem.


check all motor to body ground straps and all wiring harness to body ground straps.
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How do i get the wiring for gauges in 97 plymouth


with the ignition key off, press the "trip" button on the instrument panel, and while holding the button, turn on the ignition. the panel will do a self test of all lights and indicators. if the ones in question don't work, then it is a problem with the instrument panel itself. if they work, then you can look for shorted wires. I have technical info for most chrysler products so if it turns out that you need wiring diagrams or pinouts etc, I'm your man. good luck

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1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager.........Dashboard instruments quit working and don't light up. Speedo, tach, fuel gauge, temp gauge, and mileage indicators and lights for same stopped working. ABS...


You have some wiring problems shorting out that is coming from the dash board so if you or anyone you know how to use a multimeter to check the wireing harnesses plus check any connectors that might be just very touching the connector of dashboard which means a bad connection to dashboard.

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The cruise control and horn quit together, but there is no fuse marked as such.


The horn is protected by fuse #9 (20 Amp), but my diagrams don't show which fuse
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Your Voyager has 2 fuse panels - one under the driver's side instrument panel (just to the right
of the parking brake pedal), and one next to the battery, under a plastic cover..
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Fig 1 - driver's side interior fuse panel - note proximity to parking brake pedal - 99 Plymouth Voyager

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Fig. 2 - Engine Compartment fuse panel - note proximity to battery - 99 Plymouth Voyager

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1193 plymouth voyager. Brake lighs don't work


Maybe a relay or fuse is bad or the wiring to it.

But you said that the third brake light works.

So the brake switch must be ok.
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CIRCUIT PROTECTION Fuse Block Fig. 1: The fuse box is located under a cover at the lower left instrument panel — 1987 Voyager shown 85616099.jpg
The fuse block and relay bank is located on the driver's side under the lower instrument panel. The fuse block contains fuses for various circuits as well as circuit breakers, horn relay, ignition lamp thermal time delay, and the turn signal flasher. The hazard warning flasher is mounted into a bracket below the fuse block. The individual fuse and relay locations can be found in the wiring diagrams at the end of this section.
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Guages and insturment panel stopped working on a 1998 plymouth


In the event that you have not completely fixed this problem, I suggest the following: Do a google search for "98 voyager instrument cluster solder" and you will find an abundance of posts regarding the soldered joints on the main terminal connector on the back of your instrument cluster. If the behaviour is at all erratic and unpredictable, or hitting the dash makes the gauges come back to life, then you are about 99.9% sure it is the solder problem. It takes about 8 minutes to remove the instrument cluster (okay maybe 15), and about 2 minutes to remove the circuit board. By examining the solder joints of the main connector with a magnifying glass, you will probably see cracked or corroded solder on them. Briefly reheat each solder joint with a soldering iron to re-flow the solder. Your erratic gauge behaviour should now be history.

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Dashboard gauges are all out


check your fuse box, should be somewhere under the dash, or sides of dash.

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