Question about 1995 Dodge Caravan
If you can pull the fuel line, past the fuel pump, off, turn the motor over to see if gas shoots out of the fuel lines. If it doesn't your fuel filter might need to be changed. Also try to see if your getting fuel past the filter useing the same method.After that pull your air filter off so you can look into the carb to see if fuel is being pumped to the carb. Be careful if the car backfires thru the carb. it can catch fire and the flame will pull the gas to the carb and it will keep burning and get bigger and hotter. I had this happen and I just stuck a shop rag in the carb and put the flame out. Don't burn your car up, your house, your self etc.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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