I have already replaced the fuel filter, then I replace the ignition switch.
well neither of these items have anything to do with gas not filling the gas tank
Today while driving to work the van stopped on me 3 times. It stopped on me three times last night as well.
It sounds as if you have multiple problems with this van... only one of which is related to the fuel filling problem
How long have you owned this van and how many miles are on it??? Does the gas guage on the dashboard tell you that you have an empty gas tank? These big Dodge vans don't get great gas mileage... 12-15 MPG is about as good as it gets. You can't get very far if you are only putting 2 gallons of gas in an empty tank.
Filling the gas tank is not rocket science... a rather large hose connects the tank to the filler tube. If there is a restriction in the filler tube, gas will have a tough time going down into the tank. The filler tube is just a rubber section from the inlet, to the tank. You can take it off and see what the problem might be.
A picture of t he part is seen here... http://www.autozone.com/autozone/par...4575_623425_0_
Nine out of ten shops will charge a small fortune to solve multiple problems on OLD vehicles, and a '95 is pretty old. Most will just start swapping parts in a shotgun approach and charge you for everything that they do if they fix the problem or not. Best to track down a mechanical friend that you can pay with beer to help you fix this problem, and all of the problems that older vans develop over the years. This forum can help if you let it and you are more elaborate in your descriptions of the problems...
the van stopped on me 3 times. It stopped on me three times last night as well.
Did it stop like it was running out of gas, bucking and coughing, or did it just stop dead? Did you add gas? How many miles are you driving while this is happening? Fill in the info here and then people can start to help you.
You would be better off trying to solve some of the problems yourself... this fuel filling problem seems as if it should be simple to fix. Taking off and looking at the filler tube is the first step.