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Where is the fuel pump reset switch located on a 97 monte carlo

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Just check your fuses, i never heard of a pump reset switch on a 97 monte carlo,I know ford vehicles carry them (inertia switch). U have to check fuses & fuel pump relay or just a bad fuel pump is common on chevy vehicles.

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