Question about 2001 Chrysler Town & Country
Car died on me the other day. tried to restart would put for a few seconds then die out. After a couple of times doing this would not turn oer at all. Seemed like a fuel line issue, had power and heard starter cranking. Remember alarm went off couple days ago, so locked and opened car with FOB, then she started right up. Is there a fuel shutoff on the anti-theft feature, and also would it delay killing the car for a few miles. I drove it and then died after I had her in park. Also the check engine light is now on.
It seems to me as though you have a fuel pump problem. Very common problem in these type vans. The fuel pump units on these come as an assembly inside the fuel tank. Might sound a bit silly to you but a lot of times you can take a hammer or something and tap the tank from under neith and it will start for a few minutes. As far as the security system a lot of them are designed to disable the vehicle from getting spark however some do disable the fuel pump as well but not after a few miles it will happen instantly. Good Luck swiftautorepairs.com
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