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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You must locate and press the reset button on the inertia switch they change the locations of these switches around so much it is hard to say where it is but a place to start is where the passengers feet go behind the carpet at the top on the lower part of the firewall, if the inertia switch is not there call up the service dept. at the dealership they will be able to tell you where to find it. If the fuel pump does not run for two or three seconds when the ignition key is turned then the pump is probably bad but to besure check the fuel pressure at the fuel rail access schrader valve, pressure reading should be no lower that 30 psi if it is change the pump after locating and pressing the reset button on inertia switch.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
The best place to get this will be from a ford tractor dealer or from a tractor manual.The good thing about this is that most tractor engine ran similar fuel system set up so if you another tractor of the same age and HP you will probable be able to see how things are set out
Posted on Feb 20, 2013
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