Here are my thoughts. The fuel filters must be replaced when a pump is done. Two reasons. One if will void the warranty on it if you didn't and two, it can kill a new pump if it is partially restricted.
So, assuming you did replace it, then the next thought is. What Brand. The ONLY chrysler fuel pump replacement I use is one from the dealer. I have had way too many failures with aftermarket and refuse to use them again.
So much for thoughts. Can you hear the pump run when the key is turned to the run postion from the off position. IF you aren't sure, put a funnel in the fuel tank filler neck to amplify the sound. Have someone else there while another turns the key. IF you hear it and have no fuel pressure, you likley need the pump.
IF you can't hear it, then you need to get to the connector to see of power is getting to the pump. IF power is there, then the pump is likley bad.
Friday, January 9th, 2009 AT 5:21 AM