Question about 1988 Ford Thunderbird
Chilton's recommends depressurizing the fuel system when you change the fuel filter---how do you do this?????
In the trunk left side is inertia switch. rap ******* side with fist, causing button to pop up on top, when this happens the fuel pump will no longer receive power. Now try to start vehicle, should attempt to start and die. Fuel system is no de pressurized. PLease be careful as there is still some pressure in system! and remember to reset inertia switch when done by pressing pop up button back to the down position.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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