Wrong, you nitwit! What did you replace? THE GAS TANK! What I shared has to do with filling the fuel tank to check out the problem! It's called diagnostics!<quoted text>Dodgeman- Just came here because got a new mail post in my Email, usually I delete the post from here I opened so i could come here and let everyone know what the problem is. First of all Im not ignorant, you obviously are because if the engine dies going down the freeway you lose power control, my husband is an engineer and a big strong man and he know what hes talking about and he almost lost control...!! Second, You are wrong on everything you have said and are not helping anyone. Here is what happened. I emailed Chrysler and let them know what was going on, recieved a phone call back and they told me it was the gas tank. They would pay for half. So we took it to a dealer in Newport they put in a new tank and it runs perfect now. They knew right off what it was and still didn't recall they should of payed the whole thing but we were glad to get half back. still cost us around $800 but better than nothing. So please don't give people here the wrong answers, it needs a new tank... Anyone with this problem call chrysler and let them know.IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE GAS CAP OR FILLING TANKS TO MUCH.....
Yes, you lose power steering & brakes when the engine dies, BUT YOU CAN STILL CONTROL THE VEHICLE AND STOP IT! It's called fail-safe! It just takes more effort to steer and stop the car. If you aren't aware of this feature (it's been built into vehicles from the advent of power steering & brakes on vehicles!) you really shouldn't be behind the wheel of a vehicle! Ignorance is bliss, but deadly in some situations!
Like most engineers, they rarely know anything about the workings of a vehicle unless they are an AUTOMOTIVE engineer!
Big and strong, but could not control a vehicle without power assist. A little TOO dramatic... Don't you think?
Yes, you are ignorant when you can't read and glean information! You are ignorant with regard to your sentence structure as well.
Nothing you've said disproves anything I've said. Diagnosis of vehicle issues, without being able to place hands on the vehicle in question, is a crapshoot at best! I shared my findings from some of the things I've discovered diagnosing "similar" issues.
BTW, thanks for at least coming back and letting others know there was a solution to your problem. Most posters never do! However, it may not be the solution for someone else!