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Flashing lights my 1998 chrysler voyger battery died, boosted the car to go on and the interminted rear wiper, rear washer , ac, and circulation button lights all flash at the same time, and it dosnt stop .this is the first time this has ever happened to me. 214,000 kilometers on the vehical. thanks for the help

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  • jmn1997 Jan 04, 2009

    This just happened to our 1997 car, how did you get the lights to stop?

  • Timothy Cook
    Timothy Cook Dec 18, 2013

    Yes this worked great. They have now stop flashing thanks

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Hi, had the same problem today. Solution: Start engine, blower on max, air direction to cabin, press rear wiper and rear wash buttons simulanteously for 5 seconds (all lights now on steady). Calibration test starts and lights flsh alternately. After first test, AC and recurculation lights flash for the cool down test. If all test pass then rear wiper light blinks slowly (press to exit self test). If AC and recurculation test fails then just 2 lights stay on. To repeat this part of the test press just AC and rear wash simulanteously ( may take several attempts and usually best when engine is cold). Again exit by pressing the rear wiper button once it is the only one flashing (slow blink).

This does work but it took me 15 minutes to finally switch them off!!!

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