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Where is the fuel pump shut off switch for a 2000 chevy cavalier? And what does it look like? My chevy is not getting fuel to the carburator.

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1999 cavalier fuel pump shut off swith is not in the trunk do you know where it is ?

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Usualy located in the trunk on one side or the other you will find a removable piece of the plastic just look inside maybe move some insulation when you find it you will know it will be clearly labled and have a push to reset button

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