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Where is the fuel pressure inertia switch for a 1986 Ford F-150?

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2009-07-23 21:37:36
2009-07-23 21:37:36

it is on the floor, passenger side under the heater unit The inertial fuel pump switch is located on the passenger side floor board, just at the edge of the carpet at the firewall, and just at the left edge of the transmission tunnel. It is black, about 3 inches by 3 inches with two wires exiting the bottom. No parts need to be removed to see it.

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