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were is the inertia switch in my 1990 Mustang LX

think i bumped my inertia switch but i dont know where it is:nogrinner?? thanks in advance

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should be a little grey switch type deal behind the latch panel for your hatch
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soo do i need to pull off the plastic cover off of on the hatch?? this seems like a bad place to put it sence i have to slame the living sh!t out of my hatch to get it to close

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fraid so. thats where it is on my notch and it was the ame for my 91gt i had
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just looked it up in the old manuel just cause i double guessed myself(hate when that happens), and yep, im right, according to it it should be behind the panel right beneath or next to your bolt latch.
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k gonna go check right now thanks

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found and fixed thanks!!!!!!!

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