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Kill switch for what ? Fuel pump ? If so . doesn't have one . There is a circuit opening relay in the I/P fuse box >The relay is energized by the PCM - engine computer . Do you know what a relay is and how it works ? There are video's on youtube on testing relay's and the electrical circuits they control .

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