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Where ;s the collision shut off switch located on a Acadia 2009

I'm looking to where is the collision shut off switch located on a Acadia 2009 3.6l awd

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It was a fuel reset switch on Ford models

Impact Cut Off Switch For Fuel Pump Ask the GM Technician

that GM tech confirms it

the GMs ecu pcm or other name similar to the vehicle's brain shuts the fuel system off automatically during an accident.

in my joint venture with ford/ nissan for my minivan, as an example, i can hit that reset switch to turn on the fuel pump if the accident set my airbags off, but the vehicle can still be driven to the side...

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