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1999 Plymouth Voyager electrical issues.

Intermittent instrument clusters working. Today battery wont hold a charge.

1999 Plymouth Voyageur. 300k+ km. Last winter the instrument cluster stopped working, started again in the spring. It quit again a month ago. Replaced the cluster with the same result. Yesterday, I left the door open for about ten minutes (interior lights on and engine not running) needed a boost. Today the van stopped running while driving (battery died). Headlights, radio and fan on. Had the van towed home

Battery is about a year old. Tested three times and it is "ok".

Is this a ground issue? Do I need an alternator? Computer?

Any thoughts?



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Start by cleaning your battery terminals then test the alt with multi meter you defiantly have issue with your electrical system

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The battery terminals are very clean. Code 771-775. Ok, I will try to find one


the code your getting is it a p0 or a b0


does the van shift from gear to gear ok


I don't know which code it is getting. Yes, the transmission shifts ok


you mentioned code 771-775 what do you mean here are these obd codes?


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