Chrysler Town & Country owners have reported 28 problems related to fuel pump (under the gasoline fuel system category).
This complaint is for the fuel pump. Began to proceed from a stop after the traffic light turned green. Van died in the middle of the intersection. Power stopped functioning, coasted to the curb. Would not restart. Replaced fuel pump.
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The contact owns a 2001 Chrysler town and country. The contact often hears a lot of rattling noises underneath the vehicle. The failure was heard while driving 5 mph, but occurs at any speed. The vehicle was taken to the dealer twice for the same failure. The dealer stated that the failure was caused by the front suspension and they replaced the bolts. Within six months, the failure recurred. The failure mileage was 60,000 and current mileage was 70,000. Updated 03/13/08. The sway bar links and bushings were replaced. The consumer stated when she made a turn the steering wheel would become stiff. The dealer replaced the power steering pump and rack as well as the power steering reservoir. The fuel pump was replaced.
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I use Chrysler's town and country van limited edition (year 2005). As I was driving , suddenly the vehicle stopped responding to my accelerator. Even I press hard vehicle does not pickup the speed. I tried apply the breaks and breaks did not respond. So I have pulled vehicle aside and put it in parking gear (using the gear shift rod) to bring the vehicle to a sudden stop with a jerk. Then I switched off the engine. After that engine would not start. Happening this on the road is dangerous. I had to do all my controls in the middle of the speeding traffic. I also heard of similar incidents about this vehicle. Request you to evaluate this vehicle to save some lives on the road. This problem was diagnosed as failure of fuel pump and service center replaced the fuel pump.
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Vehicle brakes and steering stopped responding while vehicle was in motion. This lead to crash with a steel gate in an elementary school. Chrysler replaced a defective fuel pump but denies any problem with brakes/steering or any correlation between fuel pump problem and failure of brakes/steering. This is an update on my earlier odi 10152826 to include repair details and manufacturer/dealer response on this critical safety issue.
Put my car in service just 3 days before my trip. I was 700 miles from home when my car just shut down. I was stuck on Saturday with no Chrysler service stations open until Monday. In the end car was reading 1/4 tank but was actually empty. I rented a car to continue my travel while they worked on my car. Took all week and they still didn't complete fixing it. Picked it up on my way back home and it took over 3 weeks to fix once back home. Replaced fuel level sending unit, this did not work. Replaced bcm unit and replaced, did not work. In the end had to replace the fuel pump, fuel modl kit, and tank sublet repair.
My family (me, my wife, and two young children) was on the way to an amusement park during a slow, steady rain at around 10:30 am on Saturday, June 10, 2005 ( I know it sounds crazy). We were cruising along in the left hand lane of a three-lane highway at aroung 65 mph when the engine in our 2005 Chrysler town and country just quit. Luckily, I was able to get the van across the other two lanes of traffic and onto the shoulder without causing an accident. The oil light had come on and was still on when we stopped. I had changed the oil earlier in the week and was worried I failed to tighten something. But I checked the oil filer, plug and fluid level and everything was ok. My wife called roadside assistance while I called the dealer. After explaining what had happened, the service manager at the dealer had no idea what was wrong and neither did we. We finally got an insight to the problem when the tow truck driver called for our location. He asked us if we were out of gas. We told him over and over our fuel gage was reading 3/8 full. He kept insisting we were out of gas. I then checked the trip odometer - it read just under 380 miles - which is a lot of miles for this van. The tow truck driver arrived, put a gallon of gas in the gas tank, and after a quick jump start, the van started right up. The driver said he only does his job part time, but has had to do the same for at least 20 other drivers of similar vans this year. So I called the service manager at the dealer again and he confirmed they had replaced components related to the fuel system in the 2005 Chrysler Town & Country minivans. He said to bring the van in Monday (June 13th, 2005) to get looked at. He did mention in particular the fuel pump as a possible suspect. So at this point, the vehicle has not been repaired.
The consumer took her vehicle in to the dealer because the fuel delivery rail was defective. The dealer refused to look at the vehicle because the recall was repaired. There would be a charge to the consumer. The consumer can see the gas leaking when the engine gets cold, the gas was flowing over the engine.
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While driving vehicle it simply dies. Usually under load, like passing, with the a/c on. Had vehicle towed. 1st shop replaced coil module and scanned code said mult cyl misfires. 2nd shop replaced fuel filter and plugs and wires, third shop replaced fuel pump. This was while I was on vacation.
Consumer took vehicle to the dealer because of a fuel tank leak . Dealer failed to inform the consumer about a recall of fuel pump. Dealer attempted to charge consumer for recall repairs. The vehicle was eventually taken to another dealer, who made the repairs free of charge, per recall order.
Consumer brought vehicle in because the engine light had illuminated. The cause was a leak in the pump.
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Vehicle engine stopped; towed to nearest Chrysler service. Technician reported fuel injection line fastener failed and line detached from fuel pump. Pump continued pumping fuel, creating fire hazard.
After recall repair of the fuel tank seal package the vehicle caught on fire while driving around the area of the fuel tank underside of the vehicle. Nlm.
After recall repair (99v-216) of the fuel pump module failed resulting in vehicle fire. Yh.
Recall 99v216 000/fuel pump. After dealer serviced the recall fuel tank started to leak when filled. Dealer has repaired the vehicle a second time. However, the tank continues to leak.
Dealer informed there are no available parts, and dealer was unable to tell consumer when parts would be available, and when he could schedule an appointment.
On an incline , when the fuel tank is full, fuel leakage is present. A recall has been issued. However this vehicle was not included . Recall 99v216000. Dealer and manufacturer have been notified.
Fuel leaked at the interface of the fuel pump causing the consumers vehicle to catch on fire, fuel pump was recalled but failed prior to notice. Nlm.
Fuel pump is noisy, leaks and stopped on the highway prior to being replaced.
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Newly replaced fuel pump failed leaking fuel onto driveway. Abs failed during a panic stop and the dte computer failed.
Engine cuts out while driving causing failure of all systems. Restarting can be impossible. Has occurred when air conditioning is operating. Dealer replaced fuel pump but still exhibits the problem. Many similar complaints exist on your site but no technical bulleting seems to exist on this problem.
Owner states that her fuel tank imploded, perhaps a leak was the cause, and that dealers had replaced it. She also notes that the service light came on after work was done. Owner was told she needed a fuel pump.
Fuel pump failed causing vehicle to stall.
Recall 99v216. After recall was repaired vehicle's problem worsened. When fuel tank was filled there were fumes entering into passenger's compartment, and fumes could be smelled from outside. Dealer has since been notified.
Recall 99v216 concerning fuel pump failure.
Consumer took vehicle into dealer in may 2000 for NHTSA recall 99v216000/ manufacturer's recall 845 repairs concerning fuel pump failure. Consumer was still experiencing a fuel leak when filling up the gas tank to full, even after recall repairs were performed and 3 attempts were made afterwards to fix it.
Recall number 99v216000 concerning fuel leakage. Repairs did not correct the problem, fuel continues to leak. Please give any further details.
After recall repair (99v-216)of the fuel pump o-ring the consumer was filling vehicle with gas and noticed gas was spilling out of the tank. Nlm.
Recall of the o ring in the gas tank was not performed properly causing fuel to leak out of the tank while the consumer was filling it with gas, consumer had to return to the dealer to make the proper repairs. Nlm.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Tank Assembly problems||
|Fuel Injection problems||
|Gasoline Fuel System problems||
|Fuel Pump problems||
|Fuel Delivery problems||
|Tank Filler Pipe And Cap problems||
|Fuel Hoses Lines/piping And Fittings problems||
|Fuel Injection Rail problems||
|Fuel Injector problems||
|Tank Mounting problems||