Car started perfectly and ran perfectly on Tuesday. Will not start this morning. Fires but acts like it is not getting gas. Added fuel to the carb and still will not start. 1/2 tank of gas.
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What is it a Start Relay in Auto, 95 Plymouth Acclaim?
(1) On September 11, 2008 at 5:07 pm Miguel A. San Antonio  said:
1. 1995Plymouth Acclaim Sedan, 4 cylinders. 2.5 litter Repair Fuel Pump Steps or Procedure? Replace the Fuel Pump and still not start.
2. What I need to do to remove the Fuel Pump and put the new one in? Remove the ground cable or negative cable of the Battery.
Does I need to remove the negative cable of the battery and remove the outside gas tank cap or lid?
Remove the ground cable or negative cable of the Battery. Also remove the outside gas tank cap or lid.
Does the pressure of the tank is already gone, ones the fuel pump is not working?
There is not was pressure inside the gas tank, maybe because the fuel pump issue.
How do you remove a filler neck of the fuel tank of 1995 Plymouth Acclaim?
Was not easy repair job, to remove the filler neck of the gas tank. I have to disconnected first of the outside to be able to jiggle the filler neck to disconnect of the gas tank.
I went over and double check the fuses, fuel pump relay, start relay and etc.
And I think was the start relay issue. I just bought the start relay and I will find out when I get home. When I should installed the start relay, will find if it was the Start Relay.
This is the list of repair I had done to the Auto right now.
As follow ;
Fuel Pump replaces. Flush the tank, remove the ¼ gasoline tank of the Fuel Tank.
Put new gasoline in the Fuel Tank.
Ignition Pick-Up Coil
Start Relay Auto Zone Price is $96.99 @ Pep Boys Price is $17.99 before TAXES.
Used Start Fluid and Degreaser Fluid to clean the MOTOR, too.
Which is the next step to follow if the Auto does not START?
By the way, when the Auto was running the speedometer was sometime working and sometime died.
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Re: 1995 Plymouth Acclaim Won't Start
It is most likely the fuel pump. pouring gas down the throttle body will not start it, it will just flood it. try spraying a carb cleaner in the throttle body in short 1 or 2 second bursts while some one else cranks it, it should start.
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it sounds like a fuel pump .remove the fuel inspection cap on the fuel rail at the top of the engine and make a pump presser check,must be around 45-65 psi, anything lower means a defected pump.another way
of checking a pump is banging on the fuel tank while having some body cranking the eng. if the eng fires up it means it is a pump.
on the backside of the alternator there should be a large black/grey wire. check to see if there is battery voltage on that wire. If there is not than you have a blown fusible link that is inbetween that wire and the battery. If there is power there than check for power on the dark green with dark blue wire. There should be power anytime the engine is running. If there is no power than there is a problem with that wire in between the alternator and the ASD relay.
Check those two out and let me know what you find.
Your vehicle doesn't have a carburetor. What you poured gas into was the throttle body. Does it stay running once it starts? You really should check the fuel pressure to be sure but not everyone has a gauge. Changing the fuel filter would definitely be a good start. If that doesn't do it, check the fuses for the fuel pump and check the fuel pump relay. If they check out make sure the power is actually getting to the fuel pump, check the ground wire of course also. If you have good power and ground at the pump and no fuel you will have to replace the pump most likely.