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Old 07-01-2011, 08:03 PM   #15
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No...where is that at?
I'm a Ford man so I'm not sure on a GM product but I know it's has to be there somewhere. I think some of them put it in the spare tire wheel wheel I know Fords are in the right side interior kick plate. If it has a owners manual it well tell you where it's at.

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Old 07-02-2011, 05:51 AM   #16
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I'll have a look see...thanks!
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Old 07-02-2011, 08:16 AM   #17
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No...where is that at?
On a Ford, the inertia switch is in the passenger right side kick panel. I've never seen one on a GM product, but never had the need to look either. Ford has you unplug the inertia switch with engine running to relieve fuel pressure before changing the fuel filter. On "normal" vehicles, you simply remove the fuel pump relay.
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Old 07-02-2011, 11:50 AM   #18
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On a Ford, the inertia switch is in the passenger right side kick panel. I've never seen one on a GM product, but never had the need to look either. Ford has you unplug the inertia switch with engine running to relieve fuel pressure before changing the fuel filter. On "normal" vehicles, you simply remove the fuel pump relay.
All vehicles with a factory equipped electric fuel pump has one somewhere.

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This is what it looks like http://www.theautopartsshop.com/auto...ia-switch.html
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Old 07-02-2011, 05:34 PM   #19
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All vehicles with a factory equipped electric fuel pump has one somewhere.

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I dont believe this is correct Denny... I think some injected cars use the PCM/ECU.

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I had a 95 tahoe but that was a few years ago.. I think it is behind a panel in the back. Open the rear doors and look for a panel either on the left or right.
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Check for a bad fuel pump relay, Worked for my'99 Tahoe, 10 dollar part.
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Yea, I switched the relay out for a new one already. We're thinking it could be the Cold Start Valve at this point. We're getting fuel to the engine, but still not starting...sounds like a gurgling sound around the throttle body area. Also we're getting spark.
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$1500 doesn't seem like a bargain now,does it?
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You also have a fuel pressure regulator, check it.
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You also have a fuel pressure regulator, check it.
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Will do.
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if your getting fuel and spark then its not getting enough pressure
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Will it start on Carb Cleaner?

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Makes sense grumpy...Horotica, yes it will start and run on starting fluid.
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