Question about 1990 Plymouth Grand Voyager
Check the battery charging circuit/fuse to see if its getting the charging current from the dynamo. Check the level of battery acid in the battery. If its very low, get it serviced & recharged. By measuring its surface gravity the technician will be able to tell you whether the battery needs replacement.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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