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Dashligts are blinking,

Can any one help me to rest this problem

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  • kall Jul 03, 2008

    Thank you. Before when this happened someone gave me a sequence of buttons to push and then the lights stopped blinking. Have you heard anything about this. I had written the sequence down but misplaced the paper.


  • johnnyhp1 Oct 23, 2008

    all the lights on the heater air and such. I drive about 5 miles and it goes out. when I restart the van it does the same thing??

  • telman1234 Feb 16, 2009

    Have the same problem after changing the battery. Please post solution.

  • shaneandrae Mar 13, 2009

    after replacing the thermostat and water pump it did same thing to me ... what can i do to reset electrical code or get it to stop



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At some point prior to your problem a series of buttons were pushed which caused the activation of the CALIBRATION DIAGNOSTICS AND COOL DOWN TEST"

The test can be aborted by doing the following: 

Depressing Rear Window Defogger, RECIRC and Rear Wiper buttons. 
Cycling Ignition OFF and then ON. 
Control will automatically abort after 15 minutes from the time Calibration Diagnostics and Cool down was entered. 
The HVAC control module will return to normal operation or may indicate unsuccessful Calibration Diagnostics or Cool down test by LED's flashing simultaneously. 

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The A/C console on voyager or caraban.
Is a mini computer. Control the a/c, rear wiper, defrost,
When is blinking it's mean a malfuntion code.
You need to replace.

Posted on Jul 03, 2008


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