dodge caravan has fire fuel and air but wont run spark plugs are good thinking timing belt

Asked by Jan 20, 2015 at 08:37 PM about the 2000 Dodge Caravan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

plugs are wet when you pull them out they catch fire so thinking timing or something that would cause it to flood

12 Answers

3.0?, 3.3?, or 3.8?

3.0

Does it sound normal when cranking? Or does it remind you of a sewing machine?

Kind of quiet but also backfires through the intake

Timing has jumped when was the last time the timing belt was changed?

Or a bad distributor cap

Not that long ago I don't think we thought it was the fuel pump but changed it and still nothing

If it were the distributer cap how would I know what should I look for?

Carbon tracking corrosion,cracks damage to rotor

Ok thank you very much

There is an 8mm screw that secures rotor it it has fallen out it will allow random misfire.

Ok thank you

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