[DML] Re: Inerita Switch
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[DML] Re: Inerita Switch



Paul, 
> First off the actual switch is permanently "sunken" into the casing
and has
> to be manually lifted (is this correct?)

Yes. In the rest state the switch plunger is all the way down. If it
were up you would see the red plunger shaft.

> Second, even when I lift it the car does NOT cut out.  I presume
this means
> it faulty or is there something else I should check/sort out.

If you pull the plunger up and see the red shaft and the car does not
cut off within a few seconds it may mean that someone has bypassed the
inertia switch all or the switch is faulty. Can you see if their is
any damage where the grey connector plugs into the switch? I have seen
cases where the connectore is melted at the switch.

Best Of Luck

seanM







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