I have a 1997 Plymouth Voyager that my father had given me, and he had said he replaced almost everything in the van. I was driving for 5+ hours today and I ran the gas dry and now it won't start..


Asked by Sep 14, 2013 at 03:19 AM about the 1997 Plymouth Voyager SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I don't know what to so, the car had
been just sitting at his house for over
6 months but had been used recently
very often and worked fine, but there
is definitely sediment in the tank. Is
this a mere gas problem? Please
help anybody.

4 Answers


P.S. I already filled it with 2 gallons and it still won't start.

The fuel pump is in the tank and if you ran it dry you might have burned it up, The gas cools the pump.



I found the answer, it was the fact that my fuel pump was broken. Thank you for answering though, <3

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