Question about Chevrolet Cavalier
There is no fuel cut off switch.
You'll need to check for power to the fuel pump. There are two connectors on the passanger side to the right of the fuel tank. One of those is the connector for the fuel pump module. There will be a large gray wire in that connector. That is power to the pump. there will be a larger black wire also. That is the pump ground.
If there is power and the ground is good try smacking the bottom of the tank while somebody cranks the engine over (vehicle in park foot on brake and vehicle properly supported if jacked up). If it starts the pump will need to be replaced.
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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