How do I access the fuel pump shut-off switch on a 2006 Ford 500?
I know where the switch is located, but how do I get to get? Do I have to remove some trim , moulding or carpet? If so , can you give me instructions on disassembling the necessary parts to access the switch? Thank You
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Are you asking about the fuel pump reset switch? The one that is under the glove box?
If so, you can just reach up under there from the passenger seat. The button is on the top of the mechanism, so it takes a little stretching to get to it. Good luck
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There is no reset button if you mean like a fuel shut-off switch or fuel inertia switch. Only used by Ford as far as I know. I've never heard of one on a GM product.
The fuel pumps have been located in the gas tank since the beginning of fuel injection systems back in the 1980's. Some GM cars since about 2000 have a special access plate in the trunk area just above the gas tank, for fuel pump module removal. Previously, the only way to replace a fuel pump was to remove the tank from the vehicle. That is probably the case in your van, but check for an access plate in the floor, just above the fuel tank-just above the small opening in the tank where the pump is removed.
Mar 10, 2014 - 2006 Ford Fusion Owners Manual - Ebook download as PDF File (.pdf), Text ... To reset the switch, refer to the Fuel pump shut-off switch in the .... Holding the TRIP/RESET button for two seconds or more will reset the trip odometer to zero. .....Turn the ignition switch to RUN and then back to LOCK. rotate the ...
2006 Fusion (fsn) ... well acquainted with your vehicle by reading this handbook. ...Fuel pump shut-off switch: In the event of an accident the ..... reset the trip odometer tozero. ..... Turn the ignition switch to RUN and then back to LOCK. 4.
ill open mine now.
i have no idea at all where hands are touching/? photos?
is this body trim or door trim.
chapter 9 covers this. in the book.
but ive no idea what exact part you are touching.
are is this the seals, or plastic part?
post a photo with finger pointing....
Try resetting fuel pump. I do believe the reset button is on the forward passengers side of vehicle. The button is behind the plastic shield. Reset once or twice. This hopefully will fix your problem. Look in your manual for exact placement of fuel pump reset button
Yes. The switch is usually located around the passengers kickpanel. There should be an access hole to press the button on the switch. Sometimes the part is just above the carpet and sometimes you have to remove the kickpanel. If you are unable to find this switch on the passengers side,then look on the drivers side kickpanel.
Under the hood is a Powerbox. The shutoff switch (inertia switch) gets its power from the Fuel pump Relay after the Ignition is turned on. If resetting the shutoff switch does not help, your fuel pump Relay may be bad. On some Ford models, the horn Relay is the same Relay used for the fuel pump. This would allow you to swap and test before buying a new Relay.