Adjust or replace the back up light switch, located somewhere next to the shift lever.
try the brake switch on the back of the brake pedal
It could, if the lights are on all the time.
The Turn Signal Switch is bad in the column and needs to be replaced.
if the fuse is good then check the relay/flasher then the switch on the side of the colum
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.
Under your head light button u have park lights and under that is your hazerd lights and under that is a lever that gose sideways that is what u r looking for
Bad bulbs they are double filament or Bad stop light fuse or bad stop light switch
It is the turn switch in the colomn. Replace the switch and the prob will be solved.
See this link: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_do_flashing_lights_on_the_rear_window_wiper_and_ac_buttons_mean_on_a_%2798_Plymouth_Voyager_van It has something to do with a HVAC system check and reset.
check for a bad or misadjusted stop light switch at the upper end of the brake pedal under dash area
Replace the switch under the dash. First remove the cover, then find the switch mounted neer the brake pedel.Remove the wiring plug then disconect from the bracket.
Check your fuses
Probably needs a new light switch. If you jiggle the switch do they flicker?
Please, where is fuse box for rear brake´s lights in Chrysler Gran Voyager MY 2003 ? Thanks
the turn signal flasher is a part of the hazard lights as well. It is under the steering wheel and is the largest flasher in the cluster. You do not need to remove any other parts, plates etc to get to this it sticks out about three inches.
You have a weak ground connection.
Turn your head lights off before you shut the car off
If the lights come on but do not flash, replace the flasher relay. If they will not come on check the fuses.
First, make sure van is parked on a completely level surface. Open the hood. You'll see above each headlight an opening in the metal which allows you to see the leveling bubbles. You turn the adjustment screws until the bubbles show the lights are level. There is also a gauge that helps you adjust the lights left and right.
check your back up light switch
this is caused by a bad earth connection
the connection between the battery and the brake lights
There are 2 lights. One is a check engine light which means the emmisions system needs service and there is a problem with the OBD system. Another light is a service light which just means you need to change the oil. Your owners manual will tell you which is which.