Gentlemen, Happy New Year ! It is glad to know you from Fixya website today. I have a “Chrysler Voyager( 7 sites, Automat ) 1994 Year model, Problem is all of the instruments are out of functions ( sometime that is all Ok ), For your possible, please teach me how to resolve this problem ( Is there any Relay & Fuse spoiled ). Hoping to have your instruction soon, Thanks ! Best regards, Frank Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 2007-12-28
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I'm just assuming here, but I'm guessing that you are talking about the "Maintenance Reminder Light" and you want to know where the reset button is. If I'm correct in my assumption. The reset button is behind the "Instrument Cluster". Hope this helps and have an awesome day Jones.
body control module BCM controls body functions like ac,doors,gauges, and the related while the ECM controls engine management systems, and have little inpact on each other chrysler was the first to network these systems together on a high speed hardwired network ecm relays temp data oil pressure alt voltage and mileage maybe a couple other things i cant remember off the top of my head all that goes to the bcm then is sent to the instrument cluster so it is very possible to have the same problem caused by to seperate modules with that being said in less than a year i think they better look closely at the connectors and pins in the wiring i have have multiple problems with the connectors on these models hope this helps
smack the center of the dash right above the instrument cluster several times with the vehicle running. If the instrument cluster starts working you more than likley have a bad solder joint in the main connector on the circuit board.
You will need to pull the instrument cluster, partially disassemble it, checked for cracked solder joints, and then using a soldering iron re-flow those joints.
I have repaired many of these including my wife's town and country. I have photos of the bad joints let me know if you would like to see them an I'll get them posted.
If you have any other questions I will be happy to help.
the whole instrument panel(dash)must be removed from vehicle and hvac assembly(heater box)must be disassembled to replace evaporator..a major repair that would even a experienced mechanic 6-7 hours to do..would recommend an hvac repair center to do repair..also wiper module housing should be removed to access heater hoses and a/c lines where they go inside vehicle
The instrument lights & hazard lights are on the same fuse - marked HZD Lp in the fuse box. If the hazard lights work then you have probably just turned the instrument lights off by the rotary control on the dash.
I would start with checking all the fuses. There sould be multaple bulbs in the cluster . there for if all the lights are out it is unlikely a bulb. Make sure you check ALL fuses . Let me know if this helps
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