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.

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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