Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
Help! Several things happened all at once. Just had my clock spring replaced on my 98 plymouth voyager yesterday. Today, took the van out to gas up and the van wouldn't start back up. Blower is not coming on and the turn signals stopped too. Turned the key and had power for a split second then nothing but a faint chime even though the key isn't in the ignition and the lights are not on. Got a jump start and the van started on the first try. It appears a battery is needed, but what would cause both the turn signals and and the blower to stop working at the same time
I concur this is a power supply fault of some sort, insure your battery connections are maintained, meaning clean and good of contact, obtain a voltmeter and test the voltage at the battery contacts it should be about 12.5 or higher, turn the key on and try to start, noting the voltage, if it drops below 11 volts, there's your fault if not a poor ground from the battery and the frame of your vehicle may be faulty but boosting your vehicle from another sports battery fault
Posted on May 05, 2010
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