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Reset fuel shut off switch

Got stuck in mud and car will not start

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There is not an inertia/fuel cut-off switch on your car.

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My brother's got his ford f150 standard truck stuck in the mud and now it wont start the battery is fine but when you try to start it all it does is click the first time then if you try again it wont do...

Hi, The only way the mud or water has got into the heads is if the engine or exhaust is stuck below the mud/water. Try to see if the exhaust is clear of mud or water if this is blocked then you will not start. But I think you may just have the starter motor has got mud into it, in which case you need to get vehicle pulled out & bump start it, IE: whilst either pulling or better to push the vehicle & get it to start. Do not turn it off until you have given vehicle a run as this will eliminate any mud around the flywheel which is why the starter will not work. Please leave me feed back: Malcolm Campbell, Thanks.

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sound like transmission got too hot.if you try for a long period of time keep spinning tires trying get out of mud you will burn out transmission bands and drive forward friction plates.when stuck in mud or snow dont keep spinning tires for traction will burn out transmission.

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Car was stuck now it wont start

All fuel injected / electric fuel pump cars have an emergence cut off switch usually located in the trunk area, these are activated by either hitting something or being jolted.. Look in your owners manual for its location and reset it

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My car isnt moving it has been stuck in the mudd and now i got it pulled out it wont move. did my transmission belt break or something

1. How long was it stuck in the mud, and deep was the mud? 3.Did you spin the tires like crazy for a while trying to get out? 4.What happens when you put it in gear and give it gas, does the engine speed increase, but the car just won't move?
If you (or someone else) beat the heck out of the car trying to get unstuck, jamming it in drive and reverse quickly, you may have blown the transmission. If the car sat in the mud for a while (a week or more?), the brakes might be the issue. You can check to see if it's a brake issue by starting the car, put in neutral, and have someone try to pull it with a tow strap or chain. If it won't move, or it does but the wheels don't roll, it's the brakes. If the wheels roll, it's the transmission. Check the trans. fluid level also. It's possible it's just low and won't engage. Let me know what you find.

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