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My 1992 grandmarquis isnt ging any fuel to the engine

92 grand marquis stalls but i changed the fuel pump ,fuel filter an its still stalling an wont start i think it might be the sending unit but im not for sure

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    billie ramos May 11, 2010

    have you checked the fuses?........what about the fuel pump relay?

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I had a the problem and I replaced the inertia switch which is located in the trunk. This is the switch that will flip if your car gets hit in the rear end and it cuts off the fuel flow to the motor to prevent an explosion.

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