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did you check for voltage at the switch???
going to hard to do.
try hitting the fuel tank with something hard to see if you can shock the pump into working
you are assuming the inertia switch was bad. it most likely is not your issue
could be a fuse, relay, fuel pump itself or wiring
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anyway, I am here and not there. I cannot see it or touch it. I depend on you to give the info so I can help you. thats why you need a volt meter. can you call anyone to come to you with one??
did you try and hit the tank with something like a rock??
ok, then there is nothing I can do for you from here. sorry. I will re post and see if someone else wants to guess for a failure
Hello and welcome.
Different tech here.
Did you still need help?
If so, please post your question and I will be happy to help.
Thank you for that information sir. One minute while I type a reply.
First, let me say that I am try to help you. So please dont get mad. At the end of this, if your not happy, your more than welcome to request a refund. I ask that you calm down, relax and let me help you.
So put the money aside, for now and lets focus on the cars issue. I will try my best and be as honest with you as possible. If you would like we can always speak over the phone too. I would prefer that anyway.
So, let me repeat what I think is going on. The vehicle stalls and then does not restart or sometimes it does not start at all? We have a lack of fuel correct?
I do need to know what your expectations are of this conversation in order to meet your needs. Are you looking for possible causes or would you like me to walk you through this diagnoses?