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C. Amick

04-26-2010 16:56:07




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Having problems with a Dodge Caravan and wondered if there is a discussion forum anyone would recommend.




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C. Amick

04-29-2010 17:46:04




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 Re: Can you recommend an Automobile Discussion Forum? in reply to C. Amick, 04-26-2010 16:56:07  
Thanks for the input. A guy on the automobile discussion forum told me to tap gas tank with a rubber hammer. I did and the engine started. So it's the fuel pump.



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Duner Wi

04-27-2010 04:59:19




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 Re: Can you recommend an Automobile Discussion Forum? in reply to C. Amick, 04-26-2010 16:56:07  
You could give allpardotcom a look.



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INCase

04-27-2010 04:33:32




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 Re: Can you recommend an Automobile Discussion Forum? in reply to C. Amick, 04-26-2010 16:56:07  

The relay's under the hood should be labeled and are definitely labeled in the owner's manual.

A pretty good web-site is allpar.com. Sometimes I don't get responses to questions like the hard starting issue on my 2002 3.5L Intrepid, they seem to respond more to the older, early 90's cars.

Good luck.



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DC3Z

04-27-2010 04:26:38




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 Re: Can you recommend an Automobile Discussion Forum? in reply to C. Amick, 04-26-2010 16:56:07  
Do you really need to drop the fuel tank, or can you put another pump in front of it and draw thru the orginal?



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TimBinWV

04-26-2010 17:23:52




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 Re: Can you recommend an Automobile Discussion Forum? in reply to C. Amick, 04-26-2010 16:56:07  
C Amick, I may have a manual for the Caravans. What year is it? I've got a couple dozen manuals in a box somewhere, I'll try to check on it, if you'd like.



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C. Amick

04-26-2010 18:51:40




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 Re: Can you recommend an Automobile Discussion Forum? in reply to TimBinWV, 04-26-2010 17:23:52  
I have a 1991 Dodge Caravan that won't start. I believe the problem to be the fuel pump or related to the fuel pump. I can't hear the fuel pump running when I turn on the ignition. I don't see a fuse for the fuel pump in the fuse block. There appears to be some relays located on the driver's side of the engine compartment. Perhaps one of these for the fuel pump? I think A manual should help. I need to look at an electical wiring diagram. I figured I could find one on the Internet, but haven't had much luck.

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rbradk

04-27-2010 03:13:04




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 Re: Can you recommend an Automobile Discussion Forum? in reply to C. Amick, 04-26-2010 18:51:40  
The fuel pump relay is located in the Power distribution Box up in the front driver side of the engine compartment.

There is also a fuel pressure regulator in the system. I'm not sure where the regulator is in relation to the fuel filter but if it is before the filter, a clogged filter may be the problem. If this is the original fuel pump...it may be time to drop the tank and install a new one. Our van is a 2001 but basically the same set-up After the rain stops today I'll take a look underneath. I'll find a manual w/wiring diagram and scan it thisafternoon.

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