Check to see if your getting fuel at the Multi Point Injection Intake disconnect the Fuel line and then turn the ignition on and see if your getting fuel coming out of that line. If not then you have a fuel pump problem. I discovered with my 92 Dodge Colt that after it sat at my mechanics place for seven months and I finally got it back cause he never fixed it, the fuel pump doesnt work now and the tank got drained empty so I suspect the pump got corroded or rusty because of the tank being empty. You have to see if it is getting fire and fuel and has compression. The gas is porbably bad and neeeds replaced.
I had a 92 dodge i/s ton that sat for a long time.... mice had packed muffler and exhaust system right full of stuff..... had to remove and replace with new before truck would run
Could use some more info such as year and model of car and how many months it has been sitting. There would also be a different approach if the car is carburated or fuel injected, points or electronic ignition.
Your local Dodge dealer would be a good place to start...
Sitting down would be a good start.
how old are you? if you are under 13 then ou shouldn't really be baby sitting but im sure if theperson you are baby sitting for is family then they would let you do it
It's a dodge so yes it would tra-tu s tart
I would start with your battery.
You are probably leaking some kind of fluid on either your exhaust or your block. If i were you i would clean your engine really well then start it up and look for the wet spot. That will tell you what is leaking.
The engine codes for a 2000 Dodge would be either 2 digits long or 4 digits and start with a "P".The engine codes for a 2000 Dodge would be either 2 digits long or 4 digits and start with a "P".
He is lonely.
charging the battery would be the first thing to do
when my 1998 Dodge Durango would start and cut back off, I had to reset the alarm by using the lock / unlock buttons on my key remote.