Don't start replacing fuses in the misguided thought that's going to magically fix something. If a fuse blew, it did that for a reason, and a new one will do the same thing. You'll also remove power momentarily from a number of computers, and they'll lose their memories. That can insert a whole pile of additional, new problems.
The first thing is to listen for the hum of the fuel pump. You should hear that for one second right after turning on the ignition switch. If you do not hear it, try banging on the bottom of the fuel tank. That works better to get a dead pump going if you can do it while a helper is cranking the engine. Chrysler fuel pumps almost always fail by failing to start up. They very rarely fail while you're driving. Some other manufacturer's pumps commonly fail while you're driving so they let you sitting on the side of the highway.
The next thing is to check the diagnostic fault codes. Chrysler makes doing that yourself much easier than any other manufacturer. Cycle the ignition switch from "off" to "run" three times within five seconds without cranking the engine, then watch the code numbers show up in the odometer display. Holler back with those numbers.
Monday, August 31st, 2015 AT 8:39 PM