Car died and cranks but won't fire.

Asked by Jul 31, 2014 at 09:38 PM about the 2003 Dodge Caravan SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

No codes on scanner.  Replaced fuel pimp and filter and crank sensor, but still won't fire.  Coil is good, plugs are getting spark. Fuses and relays are good.  Where do I look? Sprayed fuel into throttle body and car will run while fuel is present.  3.3L Flex fuel

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If you are not getting fuel,and have checked all the above,i think you may need to check that fuel pump again,even thoe it is new,sometime,s you get a new bad one.

Disconnected the fuel line from the fuel rack, put a pressure gauge on it and cranked the engine, Zero pressure. Waited a while then put key into the ignition and turned to ON position, which should have primed the fuel line, nothing coming out of the fuel tank. I am going to check the electric connector at the pump. It it tests good, then I will drop the tank and pull the pump.

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