I filled up my Chrysler Pacifica and now it won't start, someone please help

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Asked by Jul 18, 2014 at 06:43 PM about the 2005 Chrysler Pacifica Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Fuel pumps are working

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98,385

Did they give you gas or a tankful of water?

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It smells and looks like gas I have taken gas lines apart as well as a line down into the tank. What's next

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98,385

Does the fuel pump run for a few seconds when you first turn on the key? Do not crank the engine.

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Yes

98,385

OK so I am going to assume that you have good fuel pressure and flow. Next you need to check to see if you have spark to as many plugs that you can easily get to. If no spark then it could be a bad crank sensor, but to verify you will need to have the computer system checked out. If you have spark then check for a blown main fuse for the fuel injection system.

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Fuses checked spark plugs sensors and I can't get it to a computer it wont start

98,385

You can try disconnecting the battery negative terminal, turn on the headlights for 30 seconds or so, turn off the headlights, reconnect the terminal, try to start the engine. If it does start drive directly to a shop you trust as it most likely will fail again. If it still won't start then it will have to have it towed to a shop you trust so they can get into the computer system to find out what failed

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Thanks tennis shoe

98,385

Sorry I couldn't be more help.

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