Last post on Sep 30, 2012 at 5:40 PM
You are in the Chrysler/Plymouth Voyager, Dodge Caravan
What is this discussion about?
Dodge Caravan, Chrysler Voyager, Plymouth Voyager, Electrical, Van
Feb 10, 2012 (1:47 am)
it could be the clockspring but it could also be the actual cruis control switches. You'd have to remove and test.
#4 of 8 Cruise Control Issues
Mar 28, 2012 (11:55 am)
1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE
A few days ago, the cruise control was working fine.
A couple days ago, I would turn the Cruise on, the light came on fine, but I was having intermittent trouble setting the speed. When I was successful at setting the speed, a short time down the road, the cruise control would stop working (but the light for it stayed on). Sometimes, pressing resume got it going again, sometimes not.
Today, the Cruise light won't even come on. The horn works fine and the airbag light goes off after starting the vehicle.
What do I do and where do I start?
#5 of 8 Re: re [titor]
Mar 28, 2012 (11:56 am)
With Air Bags and such, how do you remove the steering wheel cover to get inside to check the controls? Is it even advisable or possible not being a mechanic. And would this be only a last resort?
#7 of 8 Re: re [ltrottier]
Sep 29, 2012 (6:17 am)
I'm having the same cruise control issues with my 06 Caravan. Goes on, then off.
I see you posted about this in March.
Have you figured it out yet?
#8 of 8 Re: re [geewiz2]
Sep 30, 2012 (5:40 pm)
No, unfortunately, I haven't.... however, I can say that, for some reason, it has gotten better with the change of the serpentine belt... maybe some slippage? Causing the computer to not read the electrical messages right? I don't know..