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"No start" Caused By Failed Fuel Pump on Dodge Dakota

Problem Description and Possible Solution

Fuel pump failures are common on higher mileage models, Resulting in a crank no start condition.

Problem Data
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Average mileage: 200,163 (90,000–398,898)
8 model years affected: 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, more1994, 1995, 1999, 2002
22 people reported this problem
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no power to the fuel pump, relay clicks but no power can prime mpi with a little gas and will start for a few seconds and die.
Hey i have 128,740 miles whe driving my truck it just shut down. I got it cranked and started again right after went to the store got fuel injection and carbrator cleaner and used it seemed okay. Went to work driving for about 10 minutes my truck shuttered and broke down. It woukdnt restart right away. But it would after 5 minutes and the same problem would happen. Im guessing fuel pump is going of a fuse idk i need help
cranks wont start.
I may have let the gas get too low ..put in 1/2 tank...truck starts but have to keep foot on gas at times to keep it running..starts good sometimes and other times I have to hit the gas to get it going...
Fuel regulator failed causing a no start issue, fuel regulator can be replaced however the tank must be dropped. Cycling key three times reprimes fuel line and truck starts. Ordered fuel pump assembly online for less cost and replaced myself.
Just shut down while driving down highway,will start as long as gas is primed into throttle body ,but keeps blowing auto shut down fuse and relay, and some others? Help!
truck starts after a bit it quits after 5 minutes it starts im going again its good for about 1/2 quits