I know it's been 12 years since this question was posted, but I am having the exact same issue [almost]. 2000 Voyager [moms] sat for a while due to little brother running it out of oil, fast forward to me needing a vehicle for commuting to work, so I slung a advance auto 3.3 in it. Ran it until I found a car I really liked. Sat again when the power steering line rusted out.
Replaced the line and started checking it for regular use, after a week or so, the airbag and ABS light came on and went off after about 5 minutes of driving towards the local speedway for coffee.
Proceeded to do this all that day, then stopped for a day. Just noticed that when the lights go out on startup, if the blower does not come on, then the lights come back or don't go out.
Several Chrysler forum readers say its grounds, but I am not so sure, and yes, when these lights are on the turn signals do not work.
I have checked battery voltage and alternator charging voltage and they are in spec.
Previously the signals wouldn't work but I pulled the flasher unit and flowed the solder connections, and the turns have worked fine ever since, except now when the airbag/ABS lights are on.
Waiting on a friend's complex scanner since my simple obd2 reader didn't show any codes.
But something has to be going on that kills the blower and turn signals when those two lights are on.
Read a lot about the clock spring failing but it seemed as if it was mostly earlier models?
All the gauges work, low fuel and rear gate/door ajar indicators, all of them work.
Also, every now and then the radio has no audio, but it comes back later, and the reception is not good, but I don't know if that's related or not.
I hope someone sees this and has a solution or a lead.
Wednesday, May 18th, 2022 AT 5:17 PM