I have recently replaced fuel pump, catalyc convertor 2 times. The fuel filter, spark plugs, wire's rotor and cap. The vapor sensor was replaced today, the van died on the way home, and will not restart.
Tries to start but won't turn over. Recently had a new fuel pump put in.
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DTC P0302: Cylinder 2 misfire detected. Probable cause:
1. Check for latest control unit software update
2. Faulty PCM or ECM
3. Faulty fuel injector
4. Ignition system fault. Check ignition module, coil, spark plugs and wires even if these are new replacements
5. Fuel system problem
What you have to do is check and see if you have fuel pressure.You have to remove the engine cover to check it.If you don`t have a pressure tester then remove the air cleaner hose to the engine and spray it with carb.cleaner or brake cleaner.If it starts for a few seconds then it is more than likely a fuel pump.If it does not start then you have to check for spark at the spark plugs.Make sure you check more than one plug.If no spark then you have to check the distributor cap and rotor.Make sure the rotor is good and cap also.Things that can cause no spark are the ignition module,coil,and cap and rotor.Hope this helps.Good luck.
underneth the intake manold is were your fuel injector poppet nozzles are, more than likely the fuel line hose that goes thru the back of the intake is split and leaking fuel underneth the intake manifold if you check the fuel pressure you will find that the fuel pressure will drop down to 0 psi as soon as the fuel pump shuts off and it should hold pressure