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I have a 2004 grand voyager 2.5 diesel. Starts but does not idle.

Starts only with quick start spray.

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SOURCE: Fuel filter on Chrysler Grand Voyager Diesel 2007

It is next to the starter.

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SOURCE: want to change diesel fuel filter where is it located ??

i beleive the fuel filter is located on top the fuel tank or at least mine was you have to jacket up car and lower the tank sounds harder than it is

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SOURCE: Iidling too fast

could be the tps sensor. (throttle position sensor)

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SOURCE: Will not start without spraying starter fluid for a second.

I would start by changing the fuel filter. The next area would be the O-rings if so equipped. If it starts better after a short use then you are getting air in the fuel lines overnight. Diesels are tempermental. The cranking speed of the starter is important and easily checked externally. If you have a mechanical fuel pump you are relying on cranking speed to prime the fuel system. The timer or timing wiring could prevent the glowplugs from heating up. Diesels rely on glowplugs to start, then compression to run. Its a lot to look at but I suggested the cheapest fixes first.

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SOURCE: Have a 2004 Pontiac Grand AM. It wants to start

sounds like your fuel pump is bad, pretty common for a gm vehicle, have a helper bang on the fuel tank from underneath the vehicle while attempting to start the car with no starting fluid. if the vehicle starts its a bad fuel pump module if not its most likely an electrical issue that will require professional help. make sure theres gas in it and when u bang on the tank use the side of a hammer taking care not to puncture the tank

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