A Dodge Durango does not have a reset or inertia switch.
If you mean the one for the oil change reminder, if it has a reset button it is in the fuse panel. But just to let you know some years did not have a reset button, you use the accelerator pedal to reset the timer. If you need to do it this way you turn the ignition key on and within 5 seconds, pump the accelerator pedal 3 times and release it, then wait, the "Change Oil Soon" light should flash and go out then it is reset.
You may find it inside the frame rail towards the rear. The button may be covered with undercoating and hard to see.
reset Throttle Control Actuator of Nissan / my scanner g-scan and diagun i can reset with this tools or no
Most automotive circuit breakers reset themselves after they cool off. Some bigger trucks use circuit breakers that are reset manually. They have a button you push in to reset the breaker after it has cooled off.
Not exactly sure what you're asking for here, but if you mean a fuel pump reset switch, as on a Ford, these vehicles are not equipped with it.
Pontiac does not use inertia/reset switches.
I believe it is located under a panel on rear right of trunk.
No such thing never was
does not have one
GM vehicles do not use inertia/reset switches
There is not a reset switch.
The van does not have a reset switch. Since you are looking for the reset switch I can only guess you have problems with stalling, no start and everything else checks out. Have oil pressure switch checked. Confirm fuse and relay are working. Sounds like the the fuel pump needs replacing. Also might as well do the sending unit at the same time. This corrects inaccurate fuel gauge readings.
IT does not have a reset switch.
A Chrysler LHS does not have a reset switch.
i have a 2009 G6 Pontiac that is stuck in the snow it says engine disbaled ...someone told me that there is a reset switch