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Hey Carlos , does your vehicle run ?
Fuel Reset
The FUEL RESET indicator is grounded through the inertia switch whenever the vehicle is subjected to a high force situation. The inertia fuel shutoff switch (IFS switch) (9341) cuts off the fuel pump motor. The FUEL RESET indicator illuminates when the IFS switch has been tripped.

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SOURCE: 98 ford explorer fuel pump pressure

hello i have 1996 ford explorer this promblem is computer display [air ride switch off ]signal all time /////
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SOURCE: 98 ford explorer wont start theft light on while

It sounds like the vehicle is in theft mode,did you use a different key? Does the theft light blink really fast with the key off?If the passive anti-theft system has been activated the computer will have to be reset in order to get the vehicle running again.

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SOURCE: lossing a lot of gas,tune up done,is there a fuel reset button,if so,where

pass. front kickplate, but it does not reset anything- the only time you need to push it is when the vehicle won't start at all. has nothing to do with the amount of fuel used. you could check the fuel pressure regulator, hows it running?

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SOURCE: I NEED TO RESET THE FUEL PUMP SHUT OFF SWITCH ON

leave the battery unconnected for ten min and locate the fuse if there is one, both at the same time

Posted on Jun 12, 2010

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SOURCE: fuel reset button

The switch is below the glove box. There is a button on the top of the switch. Push the button to reset the switch. This information is also available in the 'Driving' section of your owners manual.

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Posted on Jun 24, 2010

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