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I just relaced the alternator, belt and battery and it started up fine, then the next day, car still didn't start. Could it be that I need to know where the automatic fuel cut off switch is in my 1996 Lincoln Continental? Thanks, James 417-294-4244 HELP!!!!!

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  • godartlovele Jan 18, 2009

    I have had the air suspension removed and replaced, so this cannot be the problem. Thanks for your immediate response though.

    James

  • godartlovele Jan 18, 2009

    Thanks, this should help a great deal.



    James

  • godartlovele Jan 18, 2009

    Thanks, this should help a great deal.



    James

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This is normally in the trunk but also do you have air ride? if you do then check the air suspension sensor cause if this is bad it can drain the battery because the car is trying to lift up and it puts a drain on the battery but as I said on the phone get marine battery ends and some round loop take the ends off your battery and put these on and all you have to do is just disconnect them at night until you get it fixed this is what I have done to mine

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    edgar walker Jan 18, 2009

    first of all if you replaced all the stuff you listed but the fuel cut off switch would only come on if someone hits the back bumper or backed into something get some starter fluid and spray a little in the throttle body while someone is trying to start the car to see if it starts and if it starts and runs until it runs the starter fluid out check the fuel pump relay under the hood before you change the pump and also when was the last time you changed the fuel filter and if you do all this and it does not start you may be looking at a crank sensor

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