There is not a reset button.
This car only uses the sensor in the distributor.
It Doesn`t Have One. It Is Built Inside The Alternator.
Auto supply store (I have have good luck with mid range)
GM does not use reset/ inertia switches.
There is no reset button for the fuel pump on GM vehicles.
There is none.
It doesn't have one.
Mine is located on the inboard side of the right side "beam" underneath the car just forward of the fuel tank.
No. I have an 89 z24 as well, and I had to put in an automatic reset switch in my fuse box manually
look on the driver side firewall by the brake pedal
It is a reset for your fuel pump and located on the passenger side just to right of the transmission hub. You have to pull the carpet down from the top to see it.
Plymouth Acclaim was created in 1989.
pass side behind glove box little elec. box with reset button ,button is small
under dash on driver side, left of brake pedal, on firewall
unhook - side of the battery and let set 5 mins and reconnect and the light will go out.
Sounds like part of a heater hose. Sounds like part of a formed heater hose.
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You may want to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
Turn the brightness control up. Could be the reset button for the odometer or another switch.
Reset inspection light on 1989 bmw 325i
If you mean the reset for the fuel pump inertia switch I believe that is in the trunk / hatch area , just on the inside near the taillights , covered by an oval shaped rubber plug
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The inertia switch is just above the carpet on the passenger side in front of the door opening, it will have one plug with two wires and a red reset button on top.
It is just right of the transmission hub under the dash and pull the carpet down to see it.