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Old 01-13-2011, 07:36 PM   #1
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too much snow = dead 92 bonneville. We think it'* the inertia switch or fuel cut off safety switch.. ny idea of it'* location?? trunk or under hood... ???

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Welcome to GMFORUM! Glad u joined us! I also have a 1992 Bonneville.. So i am curious where the inertia switch is also. Hope u plan on staying.
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You know, I've never run in to one on a Bonneville. I looked threw the owners manual, and no mention of it. I've been threw the service manuals and never seen any mention of it. I'm not sure if there is one.
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I don't think I've seen one either. What about maybe a plugged fuel filter?
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We do have limited information here. If you cranked until the battery is dead and no start, then you either have no spark, or no fuel. First check for spark. If spark, then check for fuel pressure.
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