I'm having the same problem with my 1997 Neon. It broke down 4 times this week. I took it to the mechanic and he replaced the fuel pump and it broke down again. I have heard that it could be something with the ignition switch or the oxygen sensor(they are on the same fuse as the fuel pump). If I hear back from the mechanic I will let you know. Meanwhile there goes $500 down the drain for the fuel pump. A: you probably have a short start by checking aroung the wires that are under the air intake hoe that runs across the driver side of the motor water sensor wires are close to heater Plumbing and would short other systems also look for wires were o2 sensor connect to other wires. A:1995 Neon. Fuel pump fuse often blows....someone had changed the exhaust pipes and disconnected a very long oxygen sensor wire from it's "Christmas tree" attachment to the alternator bracket....this caused the wire to lay down and rub against the exhaust pipe, causing the short that was blowing the fuse(fuel pump is on the same circuit)So, check your forward (near the motor) oxygen sensor wire routing and attachments.
We have a 2003 Dodge Intrepid and it has 249,300 on it. The alternator and radiator have been replaced and a broken wire has been replaced on the transmission. This car has the 2.7L engine.
I assume you mean the fuse keeps blowing? It's certainly possible for the lighter element itself to go bad as well as the socket you plug it into. Also, there are often other circuits that use the same fuse.
No, the last Caliber was the 2012 model year. It has been replaced by the Dodge Dart.
Yes,the Chrysler Pacifica has been replaced by the dodge Journey.
Have you checked for leaks? also the cooling fan may not be working.
It is not really known, it might have been the Journey or the Charger that replaced the Magnum. The real answer is not known.
This should not be done ,unless the dash has been replaced clocking a car is a dead bird :)
If the filter is mounted in the fuel tank, no. It is replaced when the fuel pump is replaced. If the filter is mounted in the fuel line it should have been replaced every 50,000 miles.
I would like to Know of any recalls on a 1994 dodge dakota?
Defective switch, switch not adjusted, blown fuse
I hate to say it, but when I had this problem, it WA because I didn't connect one of the plugs well and it came apart.
mine holds 35 but i have a fiberglass tank. could have been replaced
It was, and still is, a very useful explosive for blowing out tree stumps or splitting large rocks into smaller pieces. It has largely been replaced by safer and easier to handle products.
= FERA has been replaced by FEMA =
One amendment has been replaced
blowing up a condom and going "oohh this would be fun to do without thinking its been on mee"
It was loose blowing dirt so it would have been a grayish brown.
In m y experience the water's hot, the thermostat's been turned down, the temperature relay needs to be replaced, its blowing fuses or has reached the end of its life
no luckily, it hasen't been replaced... yet
The upper ball joints in the front and rear have zerks, the outer tie rods could have zerks if they have been replaced.
The Heater core is Either clogged or has gone out. If so you will notice either a leak of antifreeze or you will smell it when you turn your heater on, and your clutch needs to either be adjusted or replaced depending on how long the part has been on your car
WEP has been replaced by WPA.
The seal lips, in the transmission have been ripped - if the oil coming from there - seals would have to be replaced.
I would just to be sure
In the US, the gallows has been replaced by the gurney for executions.