After a tune-up, a battery and alternator test and fuel filter replacement, your Plymouth Grand Voyager is still stalling or will not start. A bad fuel pump might be the culprit. When changing the fuel pump, always remember that you are working around gasoline, a known carcinogenic. Minimize your exposure to the gas while performing the tasks necessary to get the job done. Pay special attention to what you are doing when handling the fuel lines and the fuel pump itself.
Tools Used: Tools, Phillips screwdriver, Rags, Fuel siphon kit, Floor jack, 2 jack stands, Socket, Ratchet, Special tool no. 6856, O-ring, Fuel pump, 30W engine oil
Replace a Fuel Pump
Removing the Fuel Pump