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Dodge grand caravan 2002 wont start changed 2 sensors the throttle position sensor and i a c still wont start help

crank sensor-if bad it will not start. IAC and TPS usually only cause drivability issues.

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I changed the fuel pump and fuel filter, im getting gas upto the injectors/carb, but only starts if i put gas in the carb, but then dies quickly wont get gas. any ideas?

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check your tps it may have gone bad. had that happen to a friend changed out the tps and when he cranked it it stayed on hope this help u out let me know

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