loose connection to the dimmer switch. Check the dimmer switch by dialing off low - hi and back a few times while you have the parking lights on.
Also check for a lose fuse.
i had the same problem i just cut one of the wires leading to the switch that was causing the problem
Codes for a 1998 Plymouth Voyager can be reset, by a diagnostic code scanner, or by disconnecting the battery. If the code is still showing up, after work has been done on the vehicle to fix the code problem, the vehicle may need to go into a car dealership to ensure there are not other problems causing a wrong code to show up.
check for a bad or misadjusted stop light switch at the upper end of the brake pedal under dash area
If it is a dash warning light, there is a failure causing it. If it is an exterior light, the switch may be on.If it is a dash warning light, there is a failure causing it. If it is an exterior light, the switch may be on.
It is important to know what is causing problems in a car. When the horn relay clicks, but the horn does not sound, it is not a fuse but more likely to be the cars clock spring.
water will splash on the belts [power steering, alternator, etc.], causing them to slip, as if greasy, not turning the pulleys. get new belts.
they are 2 sensors on front of transmission look down on drivers side of van and you can see them it is probally the top one that is bad i had the same problem
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The door switch is coroded or broken.
by causing erosion to flatting the ground
Probable failed heater core.
It sounds like you have a bad CV joint. Often times the rubber boot covering the joint will go bad after a while and allow dirt and moisture in the joint, causing noise, most noticeable on turning.
if your engine isn't properly lubricated it will over heat causing heads to warp, etc. it's probably much cheaper to fix it now rather than wait till something is really messed up
The overdrive. Try driving it with the overdrive off.
I had this problem in my SL. It's the glue on the interior door panels breaking away from the doors causing the smell. Solution was having interior door panel replaced.
The interior light switch on the ceiling of the car might have them turned off, or there may be some electrical short causing the problem.
Try using a fuel with a different octane level, and make sure it does not contain a blend of ethenol. Fuels blended with ethenol seem to burn hotter than others and therefore can cause a vapor lock in the fuel system which may be causing your vehicle to die in warmer weather.
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could be a dirty fuel filter restricting flow
You b=need to take your 1997 Plymouth breeze to the manufactures so that they can identify what is causing it to produce a crunching noise.
your fuel filler tube is most likey rotted/rusted out causing a potential fire.. Very dangerous...!!..
Are you 100% sure that the computer is defective? Have you checked the fuses and the ECM relay. Computors seldom go bad. I had a wire harness problem - battery acid dripped into the harness causing some of the circuits to short - appeared to be a computer problem. Check for proper output voltages from computer ports with electrical disconnected. the load from a defective component can make the computer look bad.
recheck the wiring.you've got them crossed somewhere.
Could be one of the door sensors causing this.