Question about 1984 Ford F 350
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is normally a red button and is in one of two or three places, in the trunk on one side or the other with a cover on it normally the same side the fuel filling tube is at or in the glove box or in the center console if it has one. Just push it in if it clciks you know you have fixed the no start condtion, however after doing this turn the key on then off turn it to the run postion only about 10 times before you try to start it this primes the pump and fuel lines and does not run down the battery creating another problem for you.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
Yes it can. It doesn't take much like slamming a door or dropping a load of parts. There is only a magnetic ball inside the contacts and it is a wonder that Railroad tracks and Potholes do not trigger more shutoffs. All you do is find the switch and hold down the button on it for about 3 seconds.
Then try starting the van without slamming the doors shut until it is running. If the Inertia switch does not help check the fuse panel, then the relay. The relay should either be in the Black powerbox group or in with the fuseholders.
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
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