Question about 1995 Jaguar XJ6
Hi, Moving on to next possible cause ! can any one tell me where the "fuel inertia shut of switch" is located ? if this one does not "fix" how do i get to the fuel pump and which is the fuel pump relay? thanks for all the help and advice upto now !!!!
Hi the crash switch is in the passenger side front footwell or left side.at the bottem of the A post piller. to get to the pump remove the spare wheel and the trim behind it then you can switch on ING and listen for the pump working it should run for only 4 sec
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If the vehicle is equipped with a pressure relief valve, install an EFI/CFI fuel pressure gauge T80L9974B or equivalent and depressurize the fuel system. If the vehicle is not equipped with a pressure relief valve, the fuel filter connection should be covered with a shop rag or towel to prevent the fuel from spraying during the removal procedure. It is also possible to reduce the amount of pressure in the fuel system by locating the inertia switch (usually located in the luggage compartment) and disconnecting the electrical connection on the inertia switch. Next crank the engine for 15 seconds to reduce the system pressure
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