1998 Plymouth Voyager 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 92000 miles
This Grand Voyager acts like somethings loose, there's a broken wire, or perhaps a computer problem. Eariler this week, while driving at night, the lights went out. Started to pull over to the side of the road, and the lights came back on when I stepped on the brake. The lights went out again last night. Stepping on the brake didn't help, but when I turned the light switch off and back on, the lights came back on. Today, on the way to LA, the dash lights (odometer, PRND32) would go out, and the temperature, tachometer, speedometer, and fuel gauge would cease to work. The door locks would also, err. Cycle(?). Up, down, up, down. At the same time the instruments would go on and off. They'd go off for a few seconds, then go off for a few seconds. Sometimes they'd stay off/on for 10-15 minutes. The door locks would at times seem to get stuck between lock/unlock and just vibrate. About the locks: normally, if the doors are unlocked, they automatically lock at 15mph. When stopping and starting (stop sign/light), if the doors are already locked, it does not try to lock them again. However, now the locks try to lock everytime I stop/start. I also just noticed that the interior lights turn on and off when the door is open (engine off). You can hear a clicking sound coming from a cluster of modules/fuses under the dash. When I press the door switch, the lights go off (as they should), and they stay off - no more clicking. Does anyone have any suggestions where to look?
have the same problem?
Friday, February 20th, 2009 AT 3:41 PM