Anyone???? I need to know if there is a way to "test trip" the inertia switch to see if it's functional.
That is, if there isn't a way to test it, how does one know if you need a new one? You know, similar to a house's GFCI "test" trip....
These inertia switches go for upwards of $50, so just doing the backyard mechanic approach to "Let's replace this" only to find "Oh, that's not it" just doesn't fit my pocketbook or style of throwing good money after bad/little troubleshooting :)
Mine 'feels' like it's pressed all the way down, but 'looks' like a little red is showing, hence the question to begin with. With both the front and rear tanks' fuel pumps inoperable, it's the only logic I see to make sure this switch works.
For the benefit of all readers, I yield to the more experienced. . . "I'm not worthy"