I recently talked with you guys about my 1998 dodge caravan. The vehicle is running just fine when it runs but the problem is now this.
When the car runs for a while the fuel pressure blows the fuel supply line connection off at the point where it goes to my fuel rails. I was wondering a few things and that is this. Is the fuel roll over valves bad in tank causing high pressure, is my charcoal cannister plugged or my purge valve not working properly.
I replaced new fuel filter anyway because it needed to be done and I made sure that it was connected right. I also have been reading about some charcoal cannisters that have cleanable filters? I also am wondering if I have a leak detection pump if so is it bad.
I'm trying to get my mother in laws car fixed and it just so happened that the OBD-2 plug for some reason has no power so I am unable to use my scanner, Thank You for your time
Thursday, October 23rd, 2008 AT 4:19 PM