Where is the inertia switch on a 94 Ford Ranger?
The inertia switch is located on the toe-board, to the right of the transmission hump, in the passenger-side footwell. Turn the ignition switch OFF. Ensure that there is no fuel leaking in the engine compartment, along any of the lines or at the tank.
Is it bad to bypass fuel pump relay?
Registered. Jumpering or bypassing the fuel pump relay puts a constant +12VDC to the fuel pump. Basically you have voltage directly from the battery to the fuel pump, even with the engine turned off. You could use a jumper assembly with a toggle switch to manually turn on and turn off the fuel pump.
How do you remove a fuel pump from a Volvo?
Use flare wrenches and penetrating oil. You can then disconnect the fuel pump wires and the whole cradle, pump and lines will come right out. Now with the filter off the car, remove the lines at the filter.
What are the circuits and relays on a Volvo?
Electrical circuits and relays on the Volvo 700, 900 and 90 series cars The Volvo Owners’ Club For all models and ages of Volvo cars VOC Home | FAQ Home Circuits and Relays Basic Information: Electrical Diagnostic Supplies; Soldering Basics Wiring Diagrams Website Electrical Diagnosis Tips Fuse Locations Relay Basics Relay Locations
What are the symptoms of a bad fuel pump relay?
Symptoms of Bad Pump Relay Fuel Pumps: Fuel Pump Noise Fuel Pre-Pump Problems & Diagnoses Fuel Pump and Sender Replacement Fuel Gauge Failure: Fuel Level Sending Unit Repair Fuel Main Pump Problems & Replacement Gas More Than Empty But Can’t Be Pumped Out B230K BiFuel Engine Ticking Sound: Fuel Pump Fuel Tank: Gas Cap
Where is the fuel filter and pump located?
Raise the car (740) high enough, so that you have the best of angles (and room to work) to hold all in proper position. Spray the fuel filter fittings with penetrating oil. The filter and pump sit in a subframe or cradle under the driver’s side of the car, mid-ship, held up by three 10mm bolts.