How to Find Fuel Inertia Switch Location in Lincoln Aviator

How to Find Fuel Inertia Switch Location in Lincoln Aviator – The Lincoln Aviator is a mid-size SUV luxury five-door produced by Lincoln from 2002 to 2005. The Aviator, however, sold recently and then was taken out of production in 2005. Initially, the reintroduction on the markets was planned in 2007, this time based on Ford’s CD3 platform. Lincoln finally decided to replace the Aviator with a new model, the MKX.

The Aviator was sold along with the second round of the Mercury Mountaineer, ie with another clone of the Ford Explorer. When the Aviator came out of production, Ford offered the third generation of the Mountaineer an optional luxurious outfit, so as to provide customers with the choice between the more capacious Mercury and the more luxurious Lincoln MKX. The last Lincoln Aviator left the assembly lines on August 19, 2005.

How to Find Fuel Inertia Switch Location in Lincoln Aviator:

The fuel pump shut-off (inertia) switch is a device that stops the fuel pump of the fuel delivery to the engine. If your engine cranks but does not start, this switch may have been activated. Here’s how to find and reset the switch:

  • On the Lincoln Aviator, the fuel pump shut-off switch is located in the passenger’s footwell, by the kick panel. May you need to remove the lower scuff plate to access the switch.

  • Make sure to turn off your vehicle
  • Pushing in the Fuel pump shut-off (inertia) switch
  • Turn the ignition to the ON position (Do not turn the ignition to ‘START) and wait a few seconds and return the key to off position.

For more details, please watch following video:

Warning! Do not reset the fuel system shut-off switch if you see or smell fuel from the fuel system. This procedure works on a 2003 2004 2005 Lincoln Aviator that uses Petrol engine. Hopefully, the article of How to Find Fuel Inertia Switch Location in Lincoln Aviator useful for you.

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