Going to put something together for you. Keep checking back.
I figured I would show you this rather than you get desperate and poke a hole in your tank and disable your car.
OK....the 2012 Durango. The pics are of a Citadel with a Hemi, but the terminal number and wire color is the same. Now, I will tell you I have emptied a full tank without running the battery down before, BUT make sure it's good and charged before you do this. At least be able to jump it with your van if it does go dead. I know it goes without saying, but try and do this somewhere where some crazy can't see you and try to take your gas. You'll need a few feet of wire. DO NOT touch anything but this wire and the battery jump post. I would advise doing the Durango first as needed because if you happen to mess up and short something, the minivan TIPMs are still on backorder.
PLEASE be careful !!!!!!! I assume no liability for you catching on fire!!!
The fuel line quick disconnect will be on the drivers side rear......of engine compartment
Sorry I don't have a pic of that yet. You'll need some type of hose to go around fuel line to reach your gas can. You can activate the pump by bypassing the TIPM and not have to deal with cycling the key and taking forever. You are going to shave some insulation off the Dark Blue w/ Orange tracer, (or pierce the wire if you have the tools) and jump it to power. But, first you are going to pull FUSE M25 / 20A to prevent posible backfeed to the TIPM. The fuse number diagram is on the inside of the TIPM lid. If you even want to disconnect that connector you can do that too.
PICs...Overview of TIPM area and specific wire to power the fuel pump >>> The connector color is BROWN btw. Pic 3, there are 4 release tabs on the TIPM, then flip it over. I circled the wire in RED. LEAVE THE LID ON so nothing touches metal.
This should get you started. The Minivan is pretty much the same way, but I will post that stuff up later. Back to work for now.
Last edited by TNtech; 11-02-2012 at 12:10 PM.