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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look under the hood on the drivers side of the engine compartment next to the air box for your filter. Two black covers there that have fuses and relays.
Also, on the drivers side of the dash on the end (I think). Look there too.
Let me know what you find.
Posted on May 07, 2009
SOURCE: my crysler cirrus 1996 won't
The problem is you, or who ever works on your vehicles.
There is no way a crank sensor and fuel pump failed together
Also distributor parts are avail if they fail.
If you do not know your vehicles systems and how all components work and how to test them,leave the hood closed
You never throw parts at a problem, in a wish and hope theory.as you found out.
All these codes you hear about,Do Not tell you what to replace. An OBD2 System is not set up that way.
Education is your friend --use it.
Seek Professional Help,for your current issues
Posted on Sep 19, 2010
This might sound stupid but try loosing the gas cap. If you hear a air suction noise its because your gas tank is vapor locked. This happens when your pressure in your gas tank becomes greater than your fuel pump is pumping. What causes this problem is over feeling your gas tank at the gas station. If you fill up and it clicks off.....round to the nearest nicklel. Dont put that extra 25 cent in. Your car is designed to burn fuel vapors as well as gas. When you over fill your tank that extra 25 cents goes down the line attended for gas vapors. In years of time it clogs up a charcoal canister designed to filter gas vapors causing a air lock. And guess what? Your car or truck will just shut off when that pressure is reached. Solution: Replace the canister. Most in older cars are behind headlights. Vans are underneath vehicle. Quick fix: Loosen gas cap...Cars starts immediately..Cheap fix: Drill a very small hole in center of gas cap. This problem shows no service light on. Remember, A car thats broke doesnt work one day and not the next. Vapor locks will let the car start after time of just sitting after the presure drops.I hope this helps someone. And the next time your at gas station ....Tell them to round to the nearest nickel
Posted on Aug 09, 2013
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