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Old 01-03-2017, 08:27 PM   #1
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No fuel pressure 1994 Newmar F53 460 Ford

Need help, I'm new at this so hopefully I'm writing this in the correct place I have a 1994 Newmar Kountry Star. It's a F53 Ford chassis, 38 foot long with a 460 engine. The unit won't start. Not getting fuel. The fuel pump and EEC relays are functioning correctly. I need to trace the fuel pump circuit back to the tank. I'm a GM man, and have not worked much at all on Fords. Could anyone tell me where the inertia switch is? I don't even know what the inertia switch even looks like. I'm also looking for the factory ALDL connector.
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It's my understanding the emergency fuel shut off switch should be OK if the fuel pump is in fact running.
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Inertia switch

Ford inertia switch is about 2x2 with a red button on the top about the size of a dime.
Can't help on location. I would guess maybe to the left of the steering column area, side wall in the same area.
Have you tried hitting the fuel tank with a rubber mallet? Pump may be locked.
You should be able to hear the pump run when cycling the ignition on and off.
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Here is link to thread that might help. The inertia switch is in the kick panel at drivers foot.
http://http://www.irv2.com/forums/f2...mp-120127.html
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