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We have a 93 Plymouth Voyager. The rear wiper doe not work nor does the cruise control and possible the electric locks. Could this be the BCM? Thanks E.D.

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I have 1993 Grand Voyager. Rear wiper didn't work, even after replacing motor for it. Discovered that it was blowing a fuse. Fuse box on mine is by my left knee when I sit in driver's seat. If you haven't changed the fuses, try that first. When you take off fuse box cover, there should be a diagram on cover to see which fuse goes to what. If fuses come out hard, may need a fuse removal tool. You can tell if the fuse is blown by looking to see if the wire running through plastic of fuse is separated (if separated, fuse is blown)

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