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I have a 1993 Ply Voyager van; 3.0L; 110,000 miles. I had to have the ECM replaced. It shorted out while trying to jump start.  The temp gauge did not work after replacement. Replaced thermostat, sending unit and temp sensor. Temp gauge and odometer still not working. A fuse under dash keeps blowing. Can does not come on. Will come on with A/C.  At a loss as to what to do next.  

Hi Tad,
Can you tell me which fuse is blowing? There are 28 fuses, 4 rows, 7 columns, number 1-4 in the left-most column, 5-8 in the next column, etc.
What does "can does not come on mean"? If you mean fan, which fan are you speaking about? The fan radiator fan will not come one unless the temperature of the coolant goes too high, but does come on with AC use at any temperature.

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