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What is the procedure for resetting the fuel pump reset switch and why would you need to reset fuel pump?

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2006-04-30 01:59:30
2006-04-30 01:59:30

the fuel pump reset switch is usally located in the trunk;on most vechiles some are located in the passenger side kicker pannell in floorboard. if the vehicle becomes inverted or hit really hard from eather side or end this is the reason for this switch is to disable the car.

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