Question about 1999 Dodge Durango
I think u have a defective fuel pump, the pressure check valve in the fuel pump has failed which is part of the pump located in the fuel tank, you must remove the gas tank to replace the pump. If u want to test this check valve here is the procedure, buy a fuel press test gauge, this goes on a test port located on the fuel injectors fuel supply rail, this is the tube that is over the injectors, on that rail u will find the test port, it looks like a metal tire valve with a plastic cap on it, hook up the test gauge (avail at most parts stores for around $20) there, run the engine and let the fuel pressure stabilize, then note the PSI reading on the gauge, turn off the engine and make sure the gauge doesn't leak, the fuel pressure should remain at the same reading with no more than a 3-5 pound drop overnight.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
It would sputter and not want to start. All it was is the fuel filter. you can buy it walmart for $11 t trucks, and vans. takes about 15 to replace the part yourself, no special tools are needed, just renches.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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