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Truck wants to trun over but wont.

When you try to turn the truck over it acts like it want to but it wont. You dont here the fule pump come on. We are trying to find out if it could be a relay or the pump filter that has gone bad.

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  • cowgirlup974 Nov 14, 2008

    Have already tryed to tapping the tank but it dose not work. We can not find the swichit in the truck looked allo ver but still can not find it . What dose it look like. Maybe we over looked it.

  • cowgirlup974 Nov 14, 2008

    If it is not triped could it be the fule pump. We were diving it 2 days ago and it just stop than wanted afew than strated back up. Now fule pump wont come on.

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You mean it turns over but wont start? have you checked the fuel pump inertia switch? it is on the rt side kick panel i believe. will have a reset button sometimes can trip if it gets kicked. can also try beating on tank while spinning over and see if this shakes pump to get it working

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  • TripleTauto
    TripleTauto Nov 14, 2008

    it has a button on top that pushes down should be on left or right kick panels can feel over the top of them and should feel it

    The inertia fuel shutoff switch is on the right cowl panel, just forward of the door, and below the instrument panel.



    this is where alldata says it is. also your fuel pump relay is in the fuse box underhood.



    please reconsider rating

  • TripleTauto
    TripleTauto Nov 14, 2008

    yes it can be it usually is not the inertia switch but i have had a few over the years that it gets tripped. What this switch does is in case of an accident it cuts off fuel pump.So a kick or jar against it can trip. Feel the relay and see if you feel it click on for about five seconds when cut key on

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