Fuel problems in 1993 Dodge Caravan


Old 04-29-03, 07:39 PM
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Question Fuel problems in 1993 Dodge Caravan

I have a 1993 Dodge Caravan, automatic, 3.3 engine. For some reason, I am not getting fuel, but have power to everything. Before I check the fuel filter, and fuel tank, I have been told there is an automatic shutoff valve ( the kind that if you have an accident, it automatically shuts the fuel off from being sent to the engine). I want to make sure I didn't trigger it somehow. Will save me a lot of time if that is the problem. I need to know if there is such a valve (there is according to Chilton's, but doesn't say where) and also if there is a reset valve, and where is it? Or is there a way to test it to see if that is the problem if there is not a reset switch? Thanks. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 04-30-03, 06:28 AM
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Test your ASD (Auto Shutdown Relay), that controls the fuel pump on most Chryslers.

Autolibrary.org (link in my signature file below) should have the test procedure.
Old 04-30-03, 01:06 PM
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Smile Got it fixed

Hi Joe. Thanks for your reply. I went ahead and took it into the shop today. Turns out a piece of wiring between the engine and the fuel pump had cut through, apparently had been broken for quite a while from the looks of it. So they repaired it. Luckily it wasn't anything real major, and not as expensive as fuel pump problems could have been. Thank you again.

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