Question about 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager
It sounds more like the fuel pump.A fuel filter would be a more gradual problem than all of a sudden plus unleaded gas is much cleaner than the old leaded days where the filters would clog more frequently.Many cars these days have the fuel pump basically on the top of the fuel tank kind of like a cap,and is a very difficult self repair if that is the case.I am not sure where they are on your larger vehicle,but my Ford wagon has it under the backseat.There are no downloadable parts breakdowns/locations online but if you call a dealer or a couple of shops,someone will tell you for free because they want your business.You can also look at a haynes or chilton repair manual.Sometimes the library has them available,or if you want to buy one or look through one,they are at national auto parts stores usually for about $20-$25.Good luck!
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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