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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes you need to drop the tank i worked for chrysler for a few years and i tried everything to try to slip the pump out with out fulling removing the tank and in the end its just easier to take the whole thing out.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
SOURCE: i have a 1998 chrysler sebring..do i need a fuel pump ? won't start up right away until i give it gas usually in mornings, sometimes after making complete stops car cuts off after pushing back on gas?
This is not the fuel pump. It sounds like the computer is not setting the proper fuel mixture.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
sorry to ask a question that may sound stupid but, are you using the main ignition key. my car came with 2 keys that seem identical except that the part of the key that you hold when turning is different. one is thick and grey the other is thinner and black. the grey one works to drive the car the black one only starts it but then the car dies as soon as i take it out of park. the black key is just a spare for the doors.. it is lacking the microchip that sends a signal to the engine that it is genuine and should start the engine.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
Check to see if the flap is still attached to the filler tube. Should be noticeable as soon as you remove the gas cap. If there is just an open hole, the flap may have come off and is causing a blockage in the tube leading to the tank. I'll try to get a pic of what it should look like.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
The fuel filter located in the tank is good for the life of the pump and does not need replacing. The filter usually changed is under the car - follow the fuel lines till you find the small barrel type container with a fitting on each end. (Note the direction of flow indicated by the arrow on the filter.)
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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