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I was driving on a rough dirt road and hit a chuck hole the truck bounced and stoped running. Is there relay button to restart feulpump chevrolet 2002 5.3 engine suburban

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  • meaneyd1702 Apr 21, 2009

    while driving, truck loses all functions, completely dies, no nothing from turning the key, then will restart as nothing happened

  • meaneyd1702 Apr 21, 2009

    complete shut down while driving

  • meaneyd1702 Apr 21, 2009

    completely shuts down while driving



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Yes it is called the "rollover switch" usually located in the "trunk" area by the fuelpump follow the wires then reset the switch

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