The inertia switch may be in the cab, on the passenger side next to the transmission housing. The above answer is correct. The reset switch on the 89 is in the cab, on the passenger side. It is where the floorboard and the underside of the dash meet.
on the 88 ranger the switch is above your rearview mirror located on the ceiling on the 88 ranger the switch is above your rearview mirror located on the ceiling
No such thing never was
= Where is the fuel pump reset switch on a 1989 corvette automatic? =
Chevy does not use a reset switch.Chevy does not use a reset switch.
Chrysler doesn't use a reset switch. The fuel system is controlled by relays via the engine computer.
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.
it does not have an inertia switch.
the oil pressure switch is located in the rear of the engine compartment on the drivers side under the valve cover
Yes. The inertia switch is located in the trunk on the drivers side (up near the trunk hinge) There will be a small white button to reset it.
the fuel pump shut off switch is in the trunk at the back on the drivers side, underneath a carpet/wood cover.
under the passenger carpet
GM doesn't use a fuel pump reset switch (aka, inertia switch), that's a Ford thing.
I found this link to be helpful, hope it helps. http://thepmcc.net/projects/mfswitch/mfswitch.html
Dodge does not use inertia or reset switches.
The 1989 Ford Ranger pickup truck ignition module is located on the firewall in the engine compartment. The ignition module will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
No reset switch on a Jeep. The fuel pump is computer controlled with relays.
it is inside the alternator
You can locate the main light control switch located on a 1989 Dakota by looking at the user manual.
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
located below the oil filter
I believe on that model there is only a relay; no reset like some older Fords have. Mark
location of the fan relay switch on a 1989 Chevy Corsica
on the drivers side frame rail