No it won't.
The radioisotopes are decaying, it's currently at like one eighth its original power now. They had to disable plenty of instruments, either because they have plain stopped working from ionizing radiation or they had no use for them anymore (along with needing more power for other instruments). One day its receiver will just fail, or it'll pass out of range and that'll be that. Then it'll get captured by another star or body, be it ours or some other within the next few thousand years and that'll be the last of it. No one will ever find it except for some kind of human transbillionaire who funds an expedition to find it again.>>3271835
They realized that it'll go on for a lot fucking longer than the estimated time. None of the Voyagers were supposed to go extrasolar anyway, just dip through the outer system through a series of gravity assists.