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Old 07-25-2006, 01:48 AM
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Fuel inertia switch

I am using a 1988 Mark VII LSC 302 fuel injected engine in my Marlene Kit Car. I have the complete Lincoln. Does anybody know where the fuel "inertia switch" is located on this model of Lincoln? I have everything else hooked up on the Marlene for the fuel injected 302, but I can't find this switch. I have pictures of it, but no location info.

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Sorry, don;t know exactly, but typically in the trunk or possiblby under a passenger side kick panel. Follow the fuel pump wires, you'll get there eventually.
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Seems to me most ford cars is that they put them in the trunk-passenger side-behind the trim panel,
Both of my t-birds are there---cougar
I have heard even the explorer are there as well
I took one from a taurus for my 59---it was also in the same spot

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Doc here,

Follow the fuel pump wires back from the tank..The first stop should be the rollover switch..somewhere close to the pump area..

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'88 T-bird's is on the front of the rear body panel, just below taillight level on the left side, under the trunk trim panel. Look for a black box with a white button on top.
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