|04692315||2011||Jeep Grand Cherokee|
|04692316||2011||Jeep Grand Cherokee|
|04692318||2011||Dodge RAM 2500 / 3500|
|04692319||2011||Dodge RAM 1500 / 2500 / 3500|
|04692330||2011||Jeep Liberty with Towing Package|
|04692331||2011||Dodge Nitro or 2011 Jeep Liberty without Towing Package|
|68089321||2012||Dodge Durango / Jeep Grand Cherokee|
|68089322||2012||Dodge RAM 2500 / 3500|
|68089323||2012||Dodge RAM 1500|
|68105507||2012||Chrysler Town and Country / Volkswagen Routan|
|68163904||2013||Chrysler Town and Country / Dodge Grand Caravan / VW Routan / RAM C/V|
|68165692||2013||Dodge Durango / Jeep Grand Cherokee|
|68217405||2015||Jeep Wrangler / Dodge Grand Caravan|
|68239606||2015-2019||2015 – 2016 Chrysler Town and Country / 2017 -2019 Dodge Grand Caravan|
|68244877||2013||Dodge Durango / Jeep Grand Cherokee|
|68244881||2013||Chrysler Town and Country / Dodge Grand Caravan / VW Routan / RAM C/V|
|68244884||2012||Chrysler Town and Country / Volkswagen Routan|
|2011||Dodge Grd Caravan / Chrysler Twn & Ctry / VW Routan / VW Toureg|
|04692334||2011||Dodge Grand Caravan / Chrysler Town & Country / VW Routan / VW Toureg – EXPORT|
|M||2011||Dodge Grand Caravan / Chrysler Town & Country / VW Routan / VW Toureg|
|04692235||2008-2009||Dodge Nitro / Jeep Liberty|
|04692288||2009||Dodge Nitro / Jeep Liberty|
|04692297||2010||Jeep Liberty / Dodge Nitro|
|04692299||2010||Dodge Journey / Volkswagen Routan|
|04692300||2009||Dodge Nitro / Jeep Liberty|
|04692302||2009||Dodge Journey / Volkswagen Routan|
|04692304||2010||Jeep Liberty / Dodge Nitro|
|04692305||2008 -2010||Dodge Journey / Volkswagen Routan|
|56046619||2008-2010||Dodge Grand Caravan / Journey|
|56049720||2008-2010||Chrysler Town and Country / Dodge Grand Caravan / Journey|
Relays Within TIPMs
The TIPM (Totally Integrated Power Module) houses various relays, including the fuel pump relay. The fuel pump relay is responsible for controlling the power supply to the fuel pump, ensuring proper fuel delivery to the engine. However, there have been reported issues with the fuel pump relay within the TIPM assembly in some models.
One common problem associated with the fuel pump relay in the TIPM is relay failure or malfunction. When the relay fails or becomes faulty, it can result in a variety of fuel-related issues, including:
- No-start condition: A failed fuel pump relay can prevent the fuel pump from receiving power, resulting in a no-start condition. The engine may not crank or start due to insufficient fuel supply.
- Intermittent starting issues: In some cases, the fuel pump relay may malfunction intermittently. This can cause the vehicle to start and run normally at times but experience starting difficulties or stalling at other times.
- Engine misfires or poor performance: A malfunctioning fuel pump relay may result in inadequate fuel pressure, leading to engine misfires, hesitation, or overall poor performance.
What to do if You Suspect a Bad Relay
If you suspect a fuel pump relay issue within the TIPM of your 2011 Chrysler Town and Country, it is recommended to have a qualified mechanic or a Chrysler dealership diagnose the problem. They will typically use diagnostic equipment to communicate with the TIPM and identify any relay-related faults or error codes.
In some cases, the entire TIPM assembly may need to be replaced to resolve the fuel pump relay issue. It is worth noting that the TIPM replacement should be performed by a professional, as it requires programming and configuration to match the vehicle’s specific settings.
Chrysler Recalls for TIPM-Related Issues
Chrysler has acknowledged some TIPM-related issues in certain model years, including 2011, and has issued recall campaigns or extended warranty coverage for specific TIPM-related problems. It is recommended to check with a Chrysler dealership or visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) website to see if any relevant recalls or warranty extensions apply to your specific vehicle.