I was deiving along and stopped at a light and the van died and wouldn't restart. I changed the fuel filter and drove it around the block and parked it and haven been able to get the van to start or even trun over. I was told that it is the fuel pump, it is located in the fuel tank and before I go to the trouble and expense of removing the tank I would like to knoe if this is the problem. I do knoe that i have an electrical problem because if I park it for more than two days I have to charge the battery, could it be electrical?
I can't get the van to start or turn over could it be the fuel pump? on 1992 Dodge W250
by Moms Van in Houston, TX on February 15, 2011
ANSWER by hemicuda on February 15, 2011
First thing to do is have the battery tested at your local auto parts store ( Napa ) because you have to start with a fresh battery to be able to determine exactly what is going on with your van.
ANSWER by MrCedartown on August 13, 2011
no it is not the fuel pump!!!!! is the battery even charged?????