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Old 04-26-2006, 08:02 AM   #1
christinaf7969
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1990 Plymouth Grand Voyager LE!!! HELP!!!!

I have a 1990 Plymouth Grand Voyager LE and I need to know where the emergency cut off switch is for the fuel. Not the ASD relay or the fuel shutdown relay, but the switch that trips in case your in an accident I believe it's called an inerta switch(might be misspelled)? Also, how do you test the fuel pump for power without any special tools?! Any input would be helpful. Thanks!

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Old 04-26-2006, 05:41 PM   #2
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2 questions, 90 Plymouth Grand Voyager LE ?!?

thanks for responding. I haven't tested the fuel pressure, I took my in line fuel filter off and turned the key & tried to start it no fuel came through the line, and when I turn the key I don't hear the pump cutting on. That's how I know no fuel flowing.

So far I've only tested the ASD relay, I haven't tested the fuel pump relay yet, cause I'm not sure which one it is, and I can't find anything telling me, cause my relays go four silver and one black one on the driverside firewall(the black one is the ASD), then I have two black ones on the passenger side firewall.

As far as the fuel filter, yeah I checked it out, and it looks good to me.

But, is there a way if I can't get a volt meter to pull the fuel pump out and test it?

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