The flashing lights are prompting you to do a calibration/cooldown test. I hope I get this right from memory. First you need to let the car run until it is at normal temperature. Then press and hold the rear wiper and washer buttons at the same time for about 5 secs (all the lights will then illuminate). After that test is done do the same thing by pressing and holding the a/c and recirc buttons for about 5 secs.
As long as you dont have any problems when each test is complete you should get alternately flashing lights on the two buttons you pushed to start the test. Once you are complete just turn the key off and back on to reset everything.
If my memory fails me then post back that it didnt work and I will get the correct procedure tomorrow when I get to work.
Hope this helps.
The under hood fuse box is next to the battery on a 1997 Plymouth Voyager.
between battery and fender (driver side)
Under the hood, next to the battery.
In the front driver side beside the battery .
Code 55 is end of message ( it is done flashing codes )Code 12 is start of message or battery was disconnected.Code 55 is end of message ( it is done flashing codes )Code 12 is start of message or battery was disconnected.
Take the positive battery conn off for an hour
Dead battery and/or alternator.
In the fuse box, next to the battery.
Group 34 Approx 600 cold crank amps.
Pull the fuse.
It could, if the lights are on all the time.
i had the exact same problem with our 91 voyager, i cleaned the battery terminals and the problem went away immediately
Group 34, between 500 and 700 cold crank amps
The fuse box location, on your 1994 Plymouth grand Voyager, is located in the engine compartment, near the battery. The fuse box will be on the drivers side of the engine compartment. There is also one under the dash on the driver side.
There are two. One is under the hood, next to the battery. The other is under the dash on the driver side.
It is located on the drivers side front fender next to the battery
Group 34, approx 500 to 600 cold cranking amps.
if you disconnect the battery for at least 5 minutes then reconnect it ,it will reset the check engine light
93 3.0 voyager. from the bottum, remove any plastic under shields , and passenger tire. disconnect. battery first. and use jack stands, be safe
I changed mine by removing the battery. Then you can get your sockets and wrench into this space and take out the two bolts holding it on.
unhook - side of the battery and let set 5 mins and reconnect and the light will go out.
If the car will not start after replacing the battery, then the battery was not the problem. If it will not turn over, you may have a bad starter or bad connection. If it turns over but will not start you either have no fuel or no spark. You will have to determine which.
Mine is under the hood behind the battery. There is a fuse box, there is a diagram on the underside of the lid of the fuse box.
battery light flashing means the battery is not charging,check alternator fuel light flashing means very low or almost out of fuel.
If your battery is dead,,,nothing should be flashing. There is no voltage to anything.