[DML] Re: Fuel Pump Problem
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[DML] Re: Fuel Pump Problem

The plunger box is your inertia switch. If it's up then it's broken somehow - normal behavior is for it to be recessed in the box, and only pop up during a rollover. Push and hold the plunger down and try to start the pump, or make a jumper and take the switch out of the equation - with the switch tripped "up" as you described, you're not getting ground to your fuel pump. 

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Robert Hlavacek <bob.hlavacek@...> wrote:
> I can't seem to find the inertia switch.  Around the bracket - service module by 
> the stearing column I forun two unplugged plugs that mated.  One half of each 
> was a rubber scoket and one half a copper prong.  Plugging them together did't 
> seem to make any difference.  Under the drivers foot well to the far left top 
> was something that was electircal, a small box, that had a plunger on top that 
> you could push down and then it sprung up - didn't do anything.
> Any help with what these things are and in locating the inertia swithc would be 
> appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Bob  10961
> bob.hlavacek@... 
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