Dash board lights ain't working car turns over then blogs out I got new fuses new battery an new spark plugs an still same thing I even got some new battery cables and a new egnition switch an still

Asked by Sep 01, 2014 at 04:10 PM about the 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager 3 Dr SE Passenger Van Extended

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I have no clue wat it is it just ain't working wars causing it

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Oh, in that case dashboard lights is a mute point. Get the car running first. As to what's causing the var to "blog out" can't be answered here, at least by me. There are so many variables with the work you have already done. Need an electric shop, and a good mechanic to do some test that only a garage can do.

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