2001 chrysler voyager electrical problem

chrysler
voyager

#1

I open the door, interior lights and power locks don’t work. I start the car and everything works except the radio, which never works. I have checked the fuse box under the hood but all seems well. Is there another fuse box in the interior? Short somewhere or radio burned out from condensation of air?


#2

I’d Have The Vehicle Scanned With A Scanner Capable Of Reading Body DTCs. DTC “Ignition Run Short” Could Pop Up. Chances Are Fairly Good That The BCM (Body Control Module) Needs Reprogramming.

I’d take a look at the IOD (Ignition Off Draw) fuse, too.

A Chrysler Voyager is from Canada, Eh ?

CSA


#3

iod fuse missing, added one and locks and interior lights working. will watch for any abmormalities. Radio still not functioning. Thank you CSA


#4

You’re Welcome. I Take It That You Also Checked The Condition Of The Radio Fuse ?

CSA


#5

I checked all the fuses. they seem fine. I read that this year/model was recalled for an airconditioner/condensation problem that will leak onto the radio and short it out. I bought the car for 4100 a few days ago. It has only 80000 miles on it. except for the 2 problems, all seems well and one of the problems is fixed. Thank you


#6

Did You Find A Large Fuse / Breaker Box Under The Hood And Another Box On The End Of The Dashboard ? I’m Thinking There Is One On An End Of The Dashboard.

Radios are pretty easy to replace (Trim plate, 2 screws, two connectors, I believe) and in my neck of the woods, a used radio from the local salvage yard doesn’t command a very high price and they warrant it to work !

While at the salvage yard, pick up a 2001 Owner’s Manual. Fuses and everything are discussed in there.

CSA


#7

The Voyager name was used by Plymouth. When the Plymouth brand was folded after the 2000 model year the Voyager name was transferred to Chrysler as a less expensive line that the Town & Country.