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post #31 of 33 (permalink) Old 04-09-15, 11:36 PM
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Re: nightmare of a problem, need help

Do these have a fuel pump inertia cut off switch in the boot that could have triggered?

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Re: nightmare of a problem, need help

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Do these have a fuel pump inertia cut off switch in the boot that could have triggered?

How do you reset the fuel pump shut off switch on a 1997 ford probe it is located it in the trunk but now what how do you reset it
it has one but its not tripped. the fuel pump is running and i get fuel and proper pressure at the rail but its not injecting into the cylinders and not firing.
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Re: nightmare of a problem, need help

How do you know it's not injecting into the cylinders? If you know fuel isn't pssing the injectors, verify you have 12V both legs of the injectors (KOEO), the PCM makes on the neutral.

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