I have to add that to my memory banks. This is a good time to drive around with a fuel pressure gauge clipped under a wiper arm. I did have this happen too on my '88 Grand Caravan, twice, but it was the pickup screen that was plugged. It ran fine at highway speed, but stalled when the highest volume of fuel was being pumped, which was during coasting. Took me four hours to get through Minneapolis the first time, then it ran fine the next three hours. The second time I had the gauge on it, and found the fuel pressure dropped very slowly only when dragging a huge tandem axle enclosed trailer that's bigger than the van. Normal pressure was 50 psi, and it didn't start to sputter until it slowly dropped to 20 psi. It would jump right back up if I let off the accelerator for an instant. Nursed it for over 500 miles like that over about two weeks. It didn't totally stall until it hit 15 psi.
Monday, January 15th, 2018 AT 7:11 PM