Question about 1997 Chrysler Town & Country
My 1997 chrysler Town and Country van was running fine, other than fact that the fuel gauge hasn't worked in a couple of years, anyways it was running fine, then all of a sudden when I went to start it-it cranked over but wouldn't start-like it was out of gas. Hasn't started since. Any ideas?
Check to see if you have a humming sound for a few seconds when you put the key in "on" position. If not, check the fuel pump relay. Just swap it out with one that looks the same. The A/C relay is the same. If it starts, replace the relay. If you replace the relay and it still doesn't start. most likely the fuel pump module has failed. The fuel pump module is located insde the fuel tank.
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