This is just a guess. Probably in trunk over wheel well and behind the cover they put in trunk. Try drivers side first. Like I said, just quessing from another car. Hope you get lucky!! An inertia switch is a Ford item.
Gm does not use inertia switches.
located just above offside kick panel
A 1988 Jeep Cherokee does not have an inertia switch. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
If you are looking for an inertia switch on a Chevrolet C30 truck, there isn't one. Chevrolet does not use reset switches.
GM vehicles do not have a fuel shut off/inertia switch
That is called an Inertia switch and Chevy did not use them on there trucks.
Dodge does not use cut off or inertia switches. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
The reason you cannot find this switch is that Chevy does not use a fuel cutoff switch, or an �inertia switch� at least for that year model � unless my documentation is faulty (Mitchell�s Repair)
No, GM vehicle do not have Inertia Switches.
I believe that Ford was the only auto maker to use the inertia switch. You may have a bad fuel pump.
Chevy trucks did not have a inertia switch. You need to check the fuel pump fuse and relay and then make sure you have power back to the fuel pump that's in the fuel tank.
On Fords, they are usually behind the passenger side kick panel. Sometimes called an inertia switch.
GM vehicles do not use inertia/reset switches.GM vehicles do not use inertia/reset switches.
Passenger side floor, up under dash to the right of the driveshaft hump. Inertia switch is under the carpeting. Just push button down on top of switch to reset..
transmission fluid is uaually added through the trans dipstick tube.
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank.
The trans switch regulates the rpm's most of the time when you are in a single gear the comfort will change gears at about 5000 rpm and in power it allows it to go to 6000
behind pas kick panel in front of door
were is the power steering pressure switch on a 1988 oldsmobile cutlass 2.8 engine
The cast of Trans Austria - 1988 includes: Herbert Haider as Trans
There is none.
under the passenger side dash near floor
it does not have a high pressure switch all it has is a evaporator temp sensor/switch.
their are two holes in the carpet above the spare tire one rectangle and one round the switch is behind the round cutout in the carpet a round switch with a red button if the button is up its popped. On my 1988 LSC it was in the trunk wall drivers side. Should have a st icker pointing to it.