what if fuel switch needed to be reset or what symptons do you have

Asked by Apr 02, 2014 at 03:58 PM about the 2004 Ford Focus SE Wagon

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when does the reset on fuel switch be used

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Car will crank and not start, you will Not hear the fuel pump prime when you turn the key.

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The fuel switch as you call it, is also known as an Inertia switch, Impact Switch or Fuel Cut-off Switch. It's purpose is to shut off the fuel pump in the event of an accident (impact). The only time one would need to be reset is when the car has been in an accident or someone deliberately tripped it. They can go bad but seldom do.

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How to reset after an accident turn over but not start

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just push the button..you will hear it click...if not hit it with something this will trigger it...after that just push the buttom down

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My 2005 ford focus will start but shuts off

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where is the rest button for fuel pump?

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my 2005 ford focus tdi where is inertia switch location?

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Where are the seven answer's

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Where is it

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its on the wall near floorboard on passenger side on right side

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