Question about 1997 Plymouth Voyager
Hello; Hopefully you can use this info. First , Make sure the washer fluid is not empty. or the connector on the reservoir is intact and proper connection is made. If there is a questionable connection, simply moving it willclear it up. On the re programing suggestion is really not re programing. More like resetting. Obtain an obd2 code scanner and get the diagnostic fault code from the car. This will confirm it is the system you suspect. After completing my suggestion, erase the fault code with the scan tool. If you have corrected the problem , the flashing will stop. Of course, if not the flashing will return and the fault code will again be there to read.. Question? Do these systems work regardless of lights flashing? I ask because if not, the light is indicating a system failure. If they do work the light is an alert of system discrepancy that is usually a maintenance issue. Peas keep me informed on the findings and feel free to seek my assistance through fix-ya. Thank you.-Ned_
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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