Where is the fule reset button on a '93 E150?

Asked by Jan 29, 2011 at 06:58 PM about the 1993 Ford E-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Replaced fuel pump, checked fuses, van still not starting.  Help?

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Check the fuel inertia switch. It may be located in the lower right hand kick panel on the passenger side of the vehicle against the firewall. There is a cylindrical shaped tube with a button on the top of it. Make sure the connector is connected to the switch and the button is in the "down" depressed position. Some people may kick the connector loose with their feet over time. If the button won't stay down, it may be a faulty switch, try holding it down while someone else tries to start the vehicle. If it's not located in this part of the vehicle, it may be in the very back of the vehicle in the left hand compartment area behind a panel. If it's not located in either of these positions, e-mail me tomorrow at cfeyer@feyerford.com and I can look it up in the workshop manual.

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thanks going to check kick panel on passenger side

Used this advice and it fixed the fuel/no start thank you for this post saved me time and money

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