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I need to replace the body control module (BCM) of my 1996 Plymouth Voyager with electrical lock. First, where do I find it in my car? Second, how can I get to it for removal (and replace)?

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Sorry to tell you this but you cannot do this yourself. My 98 plymuth grand voyager has the same problem. You must take it back to the dealer in order to take it replace. You can't even take it to a garage.

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