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Old 04-07-2007, 03:01 PM   #1
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alright, anyone know where the fuel pump reset swich is at on a '89 F-150????
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Behind the passenger side kick panel. You need to remove the panel to get to it, it'* right in front of the door.

At least, that'* where it is on my 94 bronco... hopefully they didn't feel like moving it
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Under the hood by the battery? sounds familiar.....Or maybe behind the seat.

Though I didn't think the trucks had one in those years?
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they have one since its the EFI 351. ill check the kick pannel. i didnt see anything under the hod or by the battery.
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i know on the f350 its on the pass side foot area.. i learned that the hard way after cuting an exhust off a truck and melted the switch...
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Behind the passenger side kick panel. You need to remove the panel to get to it, it'* right in front of the door.

At least, that'* where it is on my 94 bronco... hopefully they didn't feel like moving it
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The switch is located under the passenger side kick panel, by your feet, it has a red button on it. Remove the kick panel and you'll see it.
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They already circled the problem.

Okay that was completely off topic

Back on topic
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Huh, ok. I must have missed something.
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i just watched something about this today, if its not under the kick panel check on the firewall behind the glove box, i believe that is where they said it was.


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FYI, if you have to replace the pump it'* easier to pull the bed off than to drop the tank. Hopefully you won't have to, though.
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