Question about Plymouth Voyager
This is most probably a problem with "flasher module" and it´s fuses. Here is a description of how it works:
The Flasher Module receives voltage from Fuses 22 and 17 through the Hazard Switch. When the Combination Switch is the left or right turn position, the Flasher Module applies pulsing voltage to the respective turn signal lights and indicators through the Combination Switch. These lights flash at a frequency that is controlled by the Flasher Module."
If you have not checked all of your turn signal bulbs then do that first. If they are good then check to see if they are getting voltage when the turn signals are on. If they are not then your problem almost has to be in your combination switch.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
change distributor cap first and see how it goes could have a crack in it.Failing which you need to test the ignition module when its cold as sometimes a component will break down and not work when its cold ,this is very much a hands on type job so if dist cap doesnt cure it call a mobile mechanic
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
sounds like a short. i would check and see if there is any breaks in the defroster lines in the glass. maybe you have a bad connection
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks, I'll check those lines."
The grease or lube that its used at the contact points, either the switch or relay, gets thicker when it gets cold. I assume that this is probably and older vehicle. As time goes by the lighter oil components of the grease, which keep it pliable, slowly evaporate making the grease almost putty like. When its cold its mutch more of a problem and want let the contacts work properly.
Posted on Dec 03, 2010
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