There is not a reset button.
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.
There is no reset button. There is a relay in the relay center. I found my relay in 1993 under the dash by the glove compartment. Ther was no relay for fuel in the relay compartment under the hood. on an 89 rs you will need to pop the hood, just right of the master cylinder/brake booster the is a black box, the fuel pump relay is hidden behind it. mounted to the firewall.
There is no reset button for fuel. Ford has them but not Chrysler products.
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.
I believe on that model there is only a relay; no reset like some older Fords have. Mark
Under the Distribution box (under the hood)
Not for the relay but there is an inertia switch re set on the right side, under passengers side kick panel. It is a red button, the inertia switch is there to shut off fuel flow in the event of a crash to prevent fire, or at least recuce risk and intensity of fire
n.a. fuse relay only.
it is very close to to the horn. maybe on one the 1/4 panles
IT'S ON THE RIGHT SIDE INER FENDER, NEXT TO THE BATTERY.
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
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
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It should be bolted to an inner fender or maybe the frame surrounding the radiator , close to the battery in the engine compartment
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