Question about 1993 Plymouth Voyager
Firstly the radio fault, Sounds like a fuse or a wire to the back of the fuse box, I know you say you checked the fuses but the wires to the back can come loose over time. Also the wires to the back of the radio may have came loose. Most likely it will be the earth/ground wire that is not connecting correctly. have you tried jiggling the radio about gently to see if it comes on?
The other fault with the indicator / flasher will most likely be a bulb not working on the wing indicator or side repeater, once the bulb blows it will tick faster. failing that take a look at the relay.
Hope this heklps
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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