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I changed the starter in my 2002 Dodge Durango. Now it won't start, could it be the fuel pump as suggested by the mechanic that installed the starter?

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Yes it could be check the fuel pump relay first

Posted on Jul 12, 2010

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Why wont it start?


Starting difficulties arise either from ignition or fuel delivery issues.

U could have a bad battery, starter solenoid, starter motor, ignition switch, bad battery connection(s), fuel pump/relay, ignition coil, computer, crankcase sensor, etc.

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2002 Durango won't start change fuel pump, cramnkshaft sensor,


"No Bus" means something happened between the body computer and the engine computer. They are not connected to each other.
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My 2002 dodge durango would not start after a while we pumped it and it started


fuel filter, fuel injectors, dirty gas, put some gas treatment in tank.may need to be timed.

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Dodge Durango 2002. Sometimes wont start. No crank. Battery good. Cleaned battery connection. Changed lock mechanism and ignition switch. When I turn key nothing happens but all other electrical items work...


Starter solenoid. It's the switching mechanism on the starter that engages the starter when you turn the key. To test you would need to make sure you're getting power from the ignition wire at the starter when the key is turned(The small wire, not the big one). If it does get power, the solenoid is bad and the starter needs to be changed. If it does not, then it's something between the key and the starter like the starter relay in the fuse box under the hood

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DODGE DURANGO NO START HAS SPARK NO INJ PULSE START WITH STARTER FLUID AND WILL RUN TILL TURN OFF


sounds like to me your fuel pump is no good you need to see if the fuel pump is getting juice or check the fuses

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I have a 99 Dodge Durango 5.9 that is not getting spark or fuel


The control module in the distributor that signals the coil to fire also signals the fuel pump to operate replace should cost around $50

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Check to see if you are getting fuel pressure. If you can not hear the fuel pump run with the key in the on position then it is bad. If you are getting the right fuel pressure then you should check the spark

Apr 29, 2009 | 2002 Dodge Durango

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Spark, but not firing


Three things are required for an engine to run: 1] Fuel/Air Mixture; 2] Compression; and 3] Ignition (Spark). Since you advise spark is present, and barring major mechanical malfunction we'll assume compression is also... which leaves fuel. The easiest way to verify a fuel delivery problem is to remove air cleaner and spray starter fluid or carb cleaner into the air intake and try starting with substitute "fuel". If it trys to run briefly, then you are not getting gas to the engine. Check the fuel pump fuses, as these can blow. The newer cars also have a impact detection device that will shut down fuel delivery if a frontal impact has occurred, but these sometimes are too sensitive and misfire from a minor bump. That would have to be reset by a qualified tech. If the fuses are good, you might need to replace the fuel pump, but check the wiring connections first. The Durango probably has a submersible electric pump mounted inside the gas tank, and they can be a challenge to change out, plus the new high pressure injection pumps are a little pricey for what they are, but if you gotta have it, you GOTTA HAVE IT!
Good luck with the Durango... Hope this helped.

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