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12-24-2006 03:21 PM
Bryan59EC That even looks like a late 80s ford switch.

I put one in the Elky from a 99 Taurus-----wired it thru the relay.

From the fuel pump relay coil ground--to the inertia switch---to a hidden on/off switch (anti theft) to ground.

2 screws and 2 wires-----EZ

12-23-2006 11:01 PM
67 Deuce 4 Me Just go to the junk yard, find any later model ford and remove the inertia switch (fuel pump shut off). There on all the fuel injected fords as far as I know. It only uses 2 wires just wire it in series with the fuel pump power or ground ckt. They open the ckt when bumped hard or a crash etc.
12-23-2006 09:42 PM
Crash Fuel Pump Shutoff

Has anyone used one of these:

Item CR-92

Is there a less expensive alternative which will do the same thing?

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