How can I reset the fuel system

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Asked by Aug 08, 2013 at 01:54 PM about the 2001 Chevrolet Blazer 4 Door LS 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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7,105

Look for an "Inertia" switch and just push the button in to "reset" the switch. The Inertia switch is what shuts off the fuel pump incase of an accident.

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7,105

For your vehicle consult a repair manual to find out where it is exactly located. Ford puts them in the passenger kick panel under the dash, but I have seen them "same place" or under the hood in Chevys.

19,045

there isnt an inertia switch on the s10 blazer. There is nothing to reset. What kind of issue are you having?

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My gas gauge dont work on a panel and I'm not getting no fuel my gas gauge dont work on a panel and I'm not getting no fuel my gas gauge dont work on the phone

My fuel gauge on the dashboard don't move and a car won't start

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