Question about 2000 Plymouth Voyager
After 40 minutes it dies. Wait 10 or so minutes and it starts right back up.
Does this sound like a plugged fuel filter? If so I've read that the fuel filter is on top of the gas tank. Is there an access hole in the interior under the carpet, or do I have to drop the tank?
If there's no access hole is it best left up to a pro?
Thank you in advance for any insight.
Roger . most of the fuel filter are in front of the tank . there are no access hole that i know of .because i have to pull the gas tank on the van vbefor they go out back in the junk yard were i work. it duse sound like the fuel filter. it ez to chang if you want to lay on your back . if not leave it to the pro ok good luck
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