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location of the fuel pump on a carb'd 87 460

 
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Old 11-17-2010, 04:51 PM
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could it be a fuel pump inertia switch #e1ae-9341-a2b under the dash on the pass side?
 
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Yes that is possible.
 
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What are the chances of that failing?
 
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It has happened but I do not see it very much. I would say 10% or less.
Just jumper it out and see if you still have the problem.
 
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can you guide me on how to jump it?

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Unplug it and jump the two wires. The pins in the plug are very small so you may have to skin the insulation back and twist the two wires to each other. When done use black electricians tape over the bare spots.
 
 
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