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Inirtia Switch loacation

Hey there i have a 1998 Mazda B4000 4x4 4L V6 I am trying to take off the head because it may be cracked, so I started doing the removal and drained cooling system spark plugs are out and I read that I need to relieve the pressure from the gas, so my question is where is the switch? I have pulled up the carpet to expose this panel that leads to the tranny. I found a few lines, is it the green line? or am i completly off and need to be in the kick panel on passenger side? thank you

one more thing. when i locate it and relieve it can i just re connect the batt or do i need the plugs and wires back in?
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the intertia switch is up right behind the glove box under the dash.
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ok cool, found it, if it had teeth it would have bitten me so many times and i would be rabid by now. thanks
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