1995 dodge caravan 3.3 liter after car gets warm, cut car off, will not start till cools off app. 20 min. fuel pump puts out 50 psi, coil,wires, computer changed

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Asked by Jan 26, 2012 at 09:13 PM about the 1995 Dodge Caravan 3 Dr SE Passenger Van

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

all sensors checked with ohm meter.coil pack check against new one.computer has been checked by dealership. please help this is fustrating been to 5 different dealership all they do is guess. does anyone have other guesses? mabey you can guess better.thank you for your time. jawstech

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Sounds like you are having electronic problems. I would get the vehicle warmed up to where it quits then do a spark check on a few of the plugs. If your loosing spark with warm engine I would again look at coil pack. I have seen coil packs check out ok when cold and then have spark leak when warmed up. By doing this you can narrow it down to fuel delivery problem or ignition problem.

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would take Aztecs advice! Also put a fuel pressure gauge on the fuel supply line,there is a fitting that looks like a tire valve.thats where the gauge is connected.run the engine till its quits again!Turn the ignition switch on you should get a pressure reading, maybe 32-38 psi.--if no pressure replace fuel pump.First replace fuel pump relay! then if neccessary do the pump!

13,965

Also good advice.......definitely not lower than 32 psi 35-40......

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