Check for spark first. If it's missing, you're working in the wrong circuit.
If you have spark, remove the cap from the test port on the fuel rail and push the center pin to see if you have fuel pressure. (It looks just like a tire valve). If there's no pressure, bang on the bottom of the gas tank while a helper cranks the engine. At the mileage you listed, it's possible for the brushes to be worn in the fuel pump's motor. Sometimes jarring it by pounding on the tank will get it started. Unlike GM pumps, Chrysler pumps rarely quit once they're running.
Tuesday, January 18th, 2011 AT 8:56 PM