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This will be the second fuel shot off switch malfunction ive had for two weeks. Apparently the switches keep going bad and its starting to wear on me because i keep getting stranded. it never shuts the fuel off when its running. but sometimes when i turn it off and leave for a couple hours it will start for a split second then shut down. i dont know if the wiring is bad or not, so the other day it did it to me again so i unplugged it and tied the wires together to bypass it. it worked. It made it one full day with the bypass now its doing it again even with the wires bypassed so i dont know what to think. ive got a edge chip in it but that shouldnt harm the fuel shut off right?
the switch was down, it did not pop up. Im putting in a new switch today and if it trips it again and i cant get it to start then im getting a wiring diagram and finding the route of the wiring from the intertia switch to the actual fuel pump and im bypassing it. Should I? or just pay the money to find the problem. i dont know what to do..
yes a diagram would be great.. everybody keeps telling me trade my ford and the only reason im not is because of great people on this website like you who help me through these problems. i found out that the inertia switch is connected to FP sensor and then runs to the fuel pump which is called DFCM Mod. I dont know which fuel pump this is. So can anybody tell me what fuel pump this is that would be great.
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