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Rock auto shows it under electrical switch and relay for my 92 D250 5.9 gas motor 4x2 super cab. It also shows the ASD? They call it the Electrical fuel pump inertia switch. It looks like the one my Ford Taurus has in the trunk that you can reach in and reset.

I mainly want to know this in case I got into a fender bender and then the truck wont start..........
 

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Your truck doesn't have a fuel pump inertia switch. Fords did.
 

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Correct. No such switch ever used by Chrysler. If the car stalls/engine dies, the ASD relay opens and the fuel pump shuts off. But there is no inertia switch. Repair the car and off you go.
 

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