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Look in your manual. Sometimes cars have a fuel reset switch, and when pressure is lost it has to be reset. When you turn the key to acc. do you hear the fuel pump humming? If not, check your fuses. Did you disconnect the battery when pump was replaced? If not, check the ignition and fuel relays. When the electrical wire goes on and or off, it can give off an arc and trip these relays. Listen for pump humming. Did you replace the fuel filter as well? . Might be dirty Let me know how you make out, and if you have any questions feel free
Posted on Jan 07, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it's likely located in the fuse panel in the engine compartment near the battery. not exactly sure which relay it is... if you are lucky it's marked on the inside bottom of the cover that you have to remove to get to the relays.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
most likely no filter that you can service. most of these chryslers have them in the fuel tank as part of the fuel pump
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
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