Push volume knob? Yeah, you would think, but this radio doesn't have a push button and it doesn't "turn" on either...any other suggestions? thx :)
You can find the codes for the radio on the 1993 Ford Fiesta. The radio is in the middle of the dashboard. Turn the dials to find the radio station you would like to hear.
Put your key in ignition and turn it to the point when the radio is switched on. If the radio is on turn it off. While the radio is off and the ignition is on to power the radio, press and hold the button where it says clock, while holding this button turn the radio on with the on off switch. You will see the time blinking. First Minutes - Set by up and down buttons (first two on top) than press clock again to go into hour, do the same to set the hour. After you adjusted your time turn the radio into off position and that is all folks! :)
Go to any GM dealer. Show them proof of ownership. They will provide you with the code necessary to turn it back on.
Turn Up the Radio was created in 1984-02.
You Turn Me On - Like a Radio - was created in 1984-10.
Turn the volume knob to the right. If that doesnt work then it isn't getting power. Check all connections and fuses.
I'm looking for the same answer but mine is for a Plymouth Grand Voyager.... I'm looking for the same answer but mine is for a Plymouth Grand Voyager.... I'm looking for the same answer but mine is for a Plymouth Grand Voyager....
where is the asd relay on a 1992 plymouth voyager
The Turn Signal Switch is bad in the column and needs to be replaced.
The radiator fan on a 1998 Plymouth Voyager won't turn off if the engine is overheating or the temperature sensor is defective. The fan is designed to only work once the temperature has pass a certain threshold.
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The starter on a 1992 Plymouth Voyager starter looks like a round metal object. The end that you can see is mostly flat, and the part in the engine has a gear to turn the motor over.
The turn signal relay switch on a 98 Plymouth Grand Voyager Van should be on the steering column. Every vehicle will come with a manual that assists the driver in locating all of the different parts.
If the clock/radio is anything like the one on the '93 Plymouth Voyager, here is how you set the clock: First turn on the radio, then press the set button. When it shows the "P" hit the select button, and it should change to just hours. Turn the Tuner knob to forward or back to set the time you want. Hit the Select button again to go to minutes, and do the same thing with the Tuner knob. Hitting the select button a third time will save the clock settings. ..
I need to disconnect horn on 1198 Plymouth voyager. My wife to car to shop because would not stop they sain they dissonected horn but when she got home went on and off till she turn off car TY
They are the same, as far as I know. Plymouth was a marque of the Chrysler Corporation that they discontinued around the turn of the century. The Plymouth Voyager was the equivalent of the Dodge Caravan, a minivan on a smaller chassis than the similar Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town and Country; prior to the end of Plymouth, Chrysler did not have an equivalent, so they moved the Voyager over from the Plymouth model line to Chrysler's. This is the story I got from a Chrysler salesman back in 2001, when I noticed the same thing. Chrysler also uses the name "Voyager" for the minivans that they sell in Europe; (rather than "Town & Country" as in the U.S.)
The turn signal switch is quite easy to remove and replace. The turn signal switch simply plugs in and plugs out.