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Old 07-24-2004, 19:25   #1 (permalink)
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probe wouldnt start

ok i have narrowed it down to something in the fuel wiring.
i can jumper the fuel pump and it runs fine.
where does the wiring run for the inertia switch?

Should i have 12 volts at the inertai switch?
Where is the fuel pump relay located?
Are there any fuses that will cause the probe not to get fuel

The pump and filter are ok i can get it to run by jumper ing to get power to fuel pump help??? please

where can i get a wiring diagram for the probe 1989 2.2 non turbo LX
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Re: probe wouldnt start

Have you checked the fuel cut off button in the trunk ?
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I can bypass the inertia/cutoff switch right? When I eliminate the switch It still doenst run. I can bypass the switch right. Then in theory it should run?
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Re: probe wouldnt start

I guess it would in theroy.
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ok the fuel cutoff is bypassed. the fuel relay ( i can hear it clicking when i turn the key) is ok? It stiil wouldnt run unless i jumper the fuel pump. Any ideas? I metered the two wires form the cutoff switch and getting continuity to the interface at fuel pump...ugghhh kids cars...there killn me
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