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Fuel pump reset button 1997 toyota rav4

Need location of fuel pump reset button

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The two most common places are in the trunk behind the fabric on either the left or right side. The second location is near the passenger side kickplate under the dashboard. You may have to remove the panel to access the button.

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inside fuel tank, drop tank to access

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i am pretty sure that this type of car does not have a reset button for the fuel.i have the same toyota,but mines is a sedan and i have never seen one on it.if your not getting any fuel,check your fuses,if good,check your fuel pump which is located right under your rear seat.hope this info helps.good luck and take care, manny

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