Question about 2000 Plymouth Grand Voyager
It sounds like your steering wheel clockspring assembly has failed. It is what allows the steering wheel to rotate while having wires go into the wheel. Wires to all 3 of your problems run through the clockspring. It is an expensive part, but it is almost certainly the cause of these problems. If you intend on replacing it yourself, be sure you either know what you are doing or get good instructions. Also, you will probably need a steering wheel puller (which you can probably rent from your local auto parts store (advance, autozone, etc.)).
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