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Having problems with fuel system they something about a switch i need to turn on

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If you are not getting fuel at all I think they may be talking about the fuel cut off switch. Below I posted a picture of its location for you and where you see the blue arrow, just push down on that button to reset it. Not sure as to why it would have popped and you may have other problems if it continues to pop. Ford put that in their vehicle incase of an accident to cut off the fuel supply to limit a fire due to gas. I hope this is the "switch" you are talking about and I hope it helps you.....Good luck.


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  • jerry barrett Oct 20, 2011

    Should fuel switch button be recessed in switch housing if all is normal?

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