Question about 1995 Dodge Intrepid
Fuel pump more than likely, take it to a shop to be sure, or if you are handy check your fuel pressure with a fuel pressure gauge.
I bet if you let the car cool off after a few hours it will start up again. You could also try banging on the fuel tank with a block of wood. If that makes the car start you have a faulty fuel pump.
There are other causes it could be, but a fuel pump is most likely your culprit.
I could go into details and explain why fuel pumps fail this way... but I'm too lazy to type now..
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
I had a similar prob with my 95 intrepid but mine wouldnt start in the mornings and when i got it looked at it turned out to be the crank and cam sensor and u have to change both to be safe i found thatout the hard way the parts alone should cost you just over $100 then your labour unless you find the sensors your self there real easy to locate
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
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