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Driving to work I lost power and saw my tach drop. stepping on foot feed occasionally bumped it back up but not much or for long. It then died and wont start. The engine will try to turn over but doesnt seem to fire. Im guessing fuel pump. Also where is the fuel pump on a 2000 grand caravan

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  • dan May 11, 2010

    are you sure all your fluids are full? oil, antifreeze, etc. fuelpump is in your gas tank. may just be the fuse or filter.

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It sounds like the timming belt but the fuel pump is in the tank drop the tank then is right on top

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