Dodge Durango 2000 gas issue

Asked by Jan 28, 2016 at 06:48 PM about the 2000 Dodge Durango

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

If I just change my fuel pump by doing so
emptying the tank how much gas do I have to put
back in the tank in order for My truck to start up

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69,655

So it reads 1/4 tank or more, more is better.

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So adding maybe $10 should be enough to prank my vehicle

Crank u mean

I meant

69,655

With today's gas prices $10 worth of gas would be plenty.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Thanks sir!

Ok so I have change the fuel pump empty the tank replace the gas I have a new battery alternator works fine check all the relays I can hear them clicking and my car is still not turnover all I hear is it trying to crank but want turnover do I guess my ? Is want else could it be

69,655

Check for spark.

Ok so I have change the fuel pump empty the tank replace the gas I have a new battery alternator works fine check all the relays I can hear them clicking and my car is still not turnover all I hear is it trying to crank but want turnover do I guess my ? Is want else could it be

69,655

Check for spark to the spark plugs. It is either no spark or leaky fuel injectors, spider line, and or fuel regulator. Make sure your gas level in the tank is 1/4 or better full of gas.

Im having a similar problem cranking bt wont turn over changed crank shaft sensor and plugs

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