Question about 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan
Possible cause would be no fuel to injectors. turn the key to the on position and listen for the fuel pump to come on and pressurize the fuel rail. If you do not hear the pump come on then look in the fuse/relay box for a blown fuse/relay. If you hear the fuel pump come on then turn the key off after the pump has completed running and disconnect the negative cable from the battery. Go to the fuel rail and there will be a round test port,remove the black plastic cap(like a valve stem cap on a tire) using a shop towel partly cover the port. Using a very small screw driver press down on the valve stem, if the fuel comes out at a high volume then the pump and filter is ok. If not then replace fuel filter, that is if you heard the pump come on in the first place. If you never heard the pump come on and the fuse/relay was ok then the pump will have to be replaced. hope this will help you.
Posted on May 14, 2010
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