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Re: 2001 Chevy Tahoe emergency shut off fuel switch where...
There isn't one, check the under hood fuse block for a bad fuel pump fuse and if OK remove the fuel pump relay in the same fuse block then use a short piece of wire to "jumper" terminals #30 into terminal #87 if the fuel pump runs replace the relay if it doesn't run leave the jumper in, then bang on the fuel tank with a piece of wood if the pump runs replace the fuel pump the one you have has bad brushes and they're not replaceable
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