Hi. I have a 1997 Chrysler Concorde with a 3.5L engine. My car recently died while driving. I pulled over and started it back up, drove about a block and it died again. I was driving on E so I am pretty sure I ran out of gas. I initially put 2 gallons in it and tried to start it. But, it wouln't start. The next day I put another 3 gallons in it. When I turn the key it turns over but it will not fire. I bought some ignition starter spray and tried spraying that in to the air intake but it still would not fire. I opened my fuel line bleeder at the front of my engine and a little gas spurted out but not much. The next day I replaced the fuel filter and when I checked my bleeder there was noticeably more fuel pressure. Because I have pressure and I can hear my fuel pump turn on and run I don't think it is bad. My thoughts are right now that it's not getting a spark but I don't know why running out of gas would cause this? Also I have left my battery unhooked for more than a day in an effort to clear my CPU in case there was an auto shut off. My car still will not start but I don't have the money to take it in. What do you think?
Thursday, March 1st, 2018 AT 4:36 PM