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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Turn off the engine and place the transmission gear selector lever in the "P" position. Depress the parking brake and open the hood.
Locate the under-hood relay center containing the fuel pump relay. It is on the right side of the engine compartment, between the brake fluid reservoir and the battery.
Remove the cover from the relay center and look at the diagram on the reverse side. Note the location of the fuel pump relay.
Remove the fuel pump relay by hand using a rocking/pulling motion
Did you check this one?
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
This a repair for a transmission shop. Sounds like the pumps are bad inside the transmission. Thats the worst option I have.
It also can be a poor shift linkage adjustment. And the last solution can be the speed module that tell the transmission when to shift.
Goodluck! I hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
The 'inertia' switch should be located in one of 2 places. 1.) Under the dash on the drivers side, up behind the brake pedal, maybe off to left or right a little bit, 2) possibly under dash on passengers side. Was the vehicle hit or did it hit something to activate the inertia switch?? Because this switch is a safety in case of a crash with a 15-20 mph impact.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
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