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Fuel pump cut-out switch

Discussion in 'Chevy Trucks' started by SnowStooge3, Jul 27, 2006.

  1. SnowStooge3

    SnowStooge3 Junior Member
    Messages: 24

    Can anyone tell me where the fuel pump cut-out switch ( inertia switch ) is on a 1992
    S-10 pickup, 2.8 4x2 5 speed? Need Help!!!! Thanks
  2. automd

    automd Junior Member
    Messages: 13

    there is no inertia switch on an s10
  3. automd

    automd Junior Member
    Messages: 13

    the fuel pump relay is mounted on the firewall near the brake booster. there are two rlays there one is for the fuel pump(mounted toward the pass. side) and one for the air conditioning(if you have ac-mounted toward the driver's side). hope this helps.
  4. SnowStooge3

    SnowStooge3 Junior Member
    Messages: 24

    Seems kind of funny that you can buy a fuel pump cut-out switch for an S-10 at the autoparts store. Somethings not making sense here.
  5. wirenut

    wirenut Senior Member
    from nh
    Messages: 529

    its in conjuction with the oil pressure sendind unit
    if it doesnt make enough op it wont let the fuel pump run
    i think thats what you maybe talking about

  6. joe_padavano

    joe_padavano Member
    Messages: 68

    The Advance Auto Parts on-line catalog (partsamerica.com) lists carb rebuild kits for fuel injected vehicles and rear wheel cylinders for cars that only came with rear disks. What's your point?

    You've apparently never been in a situation where the auto parts store catalog (or worse, computer) was incorrect or where the person behind the counter was clueless. If so, you've been lucky.