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IT IS LOOKS LIKE A FUEL PRESSURE LEAKING INSIDE THE ENGINE OR DEFECTIVE FUEL INJECTOR LEAKING . TRY DISCONNECTING THE FUEL PUMP RELAY. AND CRANK THE ENGINE IF ALWAYS CRANK WITH OUT OF FUEL (CRANK WITHOUT START) YOU HAVE FUEL LEAK INSIDE THE ENGINE
REMOVE THE INJECTORS RAIL UP EVERYTHING CONNECTED,PUT BACK THE FUEL PUMP RELAY TURN THE SWITCH ON AND FIND WICH ONE IS LEAKING. (GASOLINE IS FLAMMABLE TAKE CARE)
Most likely causes are bad engine coolant temp sensor OR leaking fuel injectors. Bad engine coolant temp sensor will give computer false reading and computer provides wrong air fuel mixture. Leaking fuel injectors will load the engine with raw gas--just like flooding it. Try pushing the gas pedal to the floor and holding it there when cranking when hot. That forces the computer into "clear flood" mode and it shuts off the injectors. If it starts up with pedal down, that would be a sign of leaking injectors.
Assuming you don't have an engine light on,the first thing i would try would be changing the air filter. Then the fuel filter. When the fuel filter is plugged , or partly plugged, the pump will try to overcompensate and it will flood, and burn too much gas. If not that, then there will be a problem witht he emissions system, fuel system or electrical system. But the above is where you should start.
Check the fuses/relays for the fuel pump and make sure you are getting gas to the fuel injectors. Also check your fuel filter....if it is clogged it could be stopping the gas from getting to the injectors....good luck
looks like your intrepid has what is know as a driveability problem
1. electric fuel pump is failing
2. injectors are mis-firing due to clogs: 1 or more has failed
3. someone has been naughty and dumped something in your fuel tank while you slept
1.) Change the fuel filter. 2.) remove all old gas (should actually drop the tank) 3.) run injector cleaner get kit to do this from fuel rail as this is probably cover in gunk
You may also have a screen or filter in the gas tank itself that can get clogged. Get rid of as much bad gas as possible. Like I said above it is recommended that you drop your gas tank but if you don't want to make sure to get all old gas out of tank and at the very least put a good amount of stabil in the tank fill with gas do the fuel rail injector cleaner they sell these kits at auto part stores. Hope for the best.
fuel injector.check if its working that maybe your problem. turn the car on remove each spark plug and see what happen.
you may even have to take the manifold off and let someone turn the engine on with the six injector look which one is not releasing gas.or you can but a fuel injector tester.and test it . but i don,t know if your injector is already gone in you can buy one of the quick fix thing and see if that work. good luck