How to Replace Your Turn Signal Relay in a Plymouth Voyager

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When the turn signal stops working or starts to malfunction in your Plymouth Voyager, the first thing that comes to mind is a faulty bulb. However, the culprit could be the turn signal relay. This is something that most anyone can replace, it only takes a few minutes and it can save you from having to pay the mechanic for a relatively simple process.

Use a flashlight to locate the turn signal relay panel in the Plymouth Voyager. In most models, it's below the steering column and above the brake pedal.

Grab a Phillips head screwdriver to remove the relay panel. After you take out the screws, be sure to put them in a safe place, so you don't lose them.

Look on the underside of the relay panel for a diagram of the relays and other parts in the relay box. Use this diagram to locate the exact position of the turn signal relay. If there isn't a diagram, use the new turn signal to compare with the current components to locate the same type of relay.

Take out the defective turn signal relay and replace it with the new part. Be careful when removing and replacing the relay. If you use too much force, you can damage the new relay and the parts in the vicinity.

Activate the turn signal of the Plymouth Voyager to verify that the relay replacement fixed the problem. Should the issue persist, check that you securely installed the new relay. Otherwise, it could be a larger issue with electrical system.

Put the relay panel back into place and dispose of the old turn signal relay, if the signal works.

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