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Car maybe flooded, smelt some fuel. Reset fuel cut-out switch GTE 240 kms, parked on slight slope. Any suggestions appreciated

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SOURCE: fuel cut off switch for 1990/91 ford escort 1.9

The "inertia switch" which shuts off fuel to the engine in the event of a collision or jolt on a 1991 through 1996 models, as well as on 1998 coupes, is located in the rear of the vehicle, near the right (passenger's side) strut tower. On sedan and coupe models, open the trunk and remove the right-sided trim panel. On sedan and coupe models, open the trunk and remove the right-side trim panel. On hatchback and wagon models, there may be an access door secured by clips. On some models you may need to remove the lower quarter trim panel on the right side, however it is easier to cut an access hole directly above the switch.

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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SOURCE: the fuel cutoff switch appears to be jammed or not able to manual

It is not tripped if the red button is pushed down. The switch might just be defective. How many wires are going to the switch? And what colors are they?

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Fuel injector cut off switch for 1999 ford contour se

Try looking by your left foot, while sitting in the drivers seat.

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SOURCE: wheres the fuel cut off switch for a 97 ford

fuel inertia switch will be located on either side,
of rear compartment. since that is it purpose, to
shut off fuel in a rear end collision

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SOURCE: 1994 Ford Probe GT fuel cot out lite

may have to change fuel pump

Posted on Aug 10, 2009

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Oil leak when car is on slight slope


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Where do you find the fuel pump reset button for Suzuki Liana 2001 (in unstated country)


it's not a ford, (park that ford manual now)
short answer, only in your dreams....

got 12vdc to the pump? cranking?
got spec fuel pressure cranking and running?
that matters
as does not checking spark first
the PCM cuts fuel if spark is dead, (3 ways)
1-cmp dead
2-ckp dead
3-ignitor dead.
3 ways. and all 3 stop crash and burn, as seen on TV.


why not post symptoms, then ask for how to diagnose this problem.
instead of guessing wrong.
why guess?
the tests are easy , ask how.
if you dont have tools its mostly just flaying about.

no start 101:? (pasted in , vast times)
Cranks over fast, but will not start. (posted , 100 times now....)
Mr. Otto Cycle engines,.... (spark/gasoline/petrol)
no start or stalls, and will not start now.
There are over 50 causes. even a simple rusty fuse. (or worst hair line cracked)
Head lights work and not dim? CLuster lights all work like new car?
We use PHYSICS to find cause. Never guessing. (meters , gauges and 1 scan tool)
About 1 to 10 tests.

1: Fuses good?, all EFI and spark fuses?????not just looks GOOD (test them)
2: Check engine lamp glows key on, ? if not? see #1
3: I crank engine, it cranks fast. but do you have spark on all cylinders. (not just 1 , all)
4: Is spark timed right, not 25 degree's retarded, if retarded illegally, that is the cam drive slipped. (belt or chain,no matter)
(5min with a timing light and wow, the bad ignored belt, is discovered)
The cam belt is a 60k miles service, point on most cars. (with belts) so.....
5: if you find spark is dead on any cylinders and is not bad spark parts (wires,cap/rotor/plugs)
I then use a scan tool cranking and see P03xx DTC errors. P340s or P355s cam/crank sensor dead.
or if pre-1996 cars in USA, we use the 2 cent paper clip, diagnostic jumper clip, to find DTC errors.
DTC means "Diagnostic Trouble codes"
6: spark is good on all, now.... note my order here???? not gue$$ing, just testing,,,,,,
so we then use a can of "test fuel" now. 100 years we do this... it's a not new idea or magic.
watch Scotty do this here.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=064Ilsz8Fzg&NR=1&feature=fvwp

Does it run on test fuel.?
NO. bad engine. check compression, 150psi min. times all cylinders, not just one.
Engine ok, but spark is bad, will cause test fuel test to fail.
YES? runs for 3 seconds now, then you lost fueling. (congrats getting this far !)
Keep in mind all EFI gas engines, the brain cuts fuel if it sees 3 lost spark issues.
"CMP dead,CKP dead,Ignitor dead" to prevent fires. so not scanning the PCM you will never find the problem.
What to test next is a toss coin deal.
NO DTC errors, i then whip out my trusty fuel pressure gauge, cost all of $20bucks (investment grade it is with pay back !)
check fuel pressure next. it must be in SPEC range, as this is NO CARB car. it's EFI.
EFI means Electroinic fuel injected.
I'll not show all fueling tests , that is 10 pages of text, or read a ASE book on topic.

but... in short....

Fueling:
got 12vdc to the pump cranking?
do you? (any $10 voltmeter made works for this test.... or better)
you need to crank it to prove pump is dead... on half 1/2 the cars made.
we do all, that way, so that we don't get confused or wonder how EFI logic works.
"programming varies by that in the ECU" Some ECU/PCM had reflashes that upgrade this LOGIC.
The Suzuki J18 is a classic example of change. (must crank, just like 1989 cars)
If fuel pressure is low, the injection rates will HOPELESS.
if fuel pressure is crazy high like 60psi, the engine will flood hopelessly.
our engine here runs 30PSI.
we can do injector leakdown rates and balance test. and for sure im not typing that out...
end.

and last.
here is the USA page for Suzuki books
note how Liana is missing.
we dont have it.
https://suzukipitstopplus.com/Category/3-suzuki-service-manuals.aspx

next time post your country so we can give you answers based on how your car is made , not ours.

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Isuzu 4jx1in 2003 Jackaroo with nose facing downhill at severe slope motor stops will not re start until car is on level plane. Apart from this it goes brilliant? Thank you


About the only thing stopping an engine on a severe slope is a fuel problem. If a carby then the float level is suspect. If efi then the tank pick-up may not be in the fuel. Check that the canister is not filling with fuel and flooding out the engine. Consider does the same apply when facing up hill on the slope.?

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Quite often that will happen when vehicle parked with wheels turned, and/or vehicle on a slope, so try to avoid that in future.If nothing else, when parked on a slope, stop, keep foot on brake pedal, apply parking brake, put transmission in neutral, then take foot off brake pedal and wait for parking brake to stop vehicle rolling, then shift it into park. When leaving, put foot on brake pedal, shift to drive or reverse whatever direction your going, then release parking brake. Sounds like a lot to remember but you won't have to pull hard on shifter as before, and it could save a lot of money on transmission repairs down the road. Always try to park with wheels straight as well.
Now, with that said, if you parked with wheels turned, try hard to turn steering wheel in same direction wheels are turning, just slightly, as you try to turn key. Sometimes a quick yank in that direction will do it. Also make sure shifter is all the way in park before you try it. If your on a slope try rocking vehicle slightly up slope as you push/pull shift lever in to park and try to turn key at same time. If no luck, try pushing brake pedal real hard and try to turn key. Let me know how it goes.

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