Question about 1993 Plymouth Voyager
1193 plymouth voyager. Brake lighs don't work (third light in window does work) and turn signals don't work. Replaced bulbs, not change. What is the common point of failure?
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.
Turn signals would be the flasher or wiring to it.
CIRCUIT PROTECTION Fuse Block Fig. 1: The fuse box is located under a cover at the lower left instrument 1193 plymouth voyager. Brake lighs don't work - 85616099.jpg; 1987 Voyager shown
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.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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