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Old 01-13-2011, 03:26 PM
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Help with fuel pump shut off switch

I know kinda where it is at but I can't see it. What do I need to remove to rest it?
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Re: Help with fuel pump shut off switch

Think its behind the passenger kick panel. Should be a hole you can stick your finger through.
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Old 01-13-2011, 04:40 PM
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Re: Help with fuel pump shut off switch

I toke the glove box out and foun nothing I will try to find that hole.
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Old 01-13-2011, 04:43 PM
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Re: Help with fuel pump shut off switch

it should be somewhere around the passenger side kick panel and it will have a little button on the top of it, just push it in, like resetting a breaker.
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Re: Help with fuel pump shut off switch

mmmmmmmmmmmmm culvers.................


yeah should be behind the hole..... I never actually looked on my truck but that's ferd's way
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Yea we do need to go to culvers sometime. And I will go look again in about an hour it is windy and cold right now.
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Re: Help with fuel pump shut off switch

Well it isn't the fuel shut off switch my pump isn't getting power, I don't know what fuse to check all the wires look good.
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Re: Help with fuel pump shut off switch

i checked mine today, passenger side, foot panel, has hole in it and says fuel pump shot off on it. You can reset it without opening the panel
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Re: Help with fuel pump shut off switch

I found it but now I keep blowing fuses? I don know what causes a fuse to blow other than to many amps going across it.
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Re: Help with fuel pump shut off switch

Pump seized up?
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I found it but now I keep blowing fuses? I don know what causes a fuse to blow other than to many amps going across it.
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which fuse is blowing? it's not the fuel heater fuse is it? if so unplug the fuel bowl plug and try again
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Re: Help with fuel pump shut off switch

are you still running the A1000 on the STOCK wiring ?????????????????????
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are you still running the A1000 on the STOCK wiring ?????????????????????
Yeah is that what i need to change? and it is fuse number 19 in the engine bay.
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Old 01-14-2011, 06:39 PM
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Re: Help with fuel pump shut off switch

yup the stock wiring does not handle a pump that big....pretty sure a few people told you that already....
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Re: Help with fuel pump shut off switch

Yes they did, it has been cold out and i have been busy so i didn't even think about it. Thank you for reminding me i will be changing it this weekend.
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Re: Help with fuel pump shut off switch

also check the wiring down by the pump, make sure it didnt rub through. i had that happen to me.
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Re: Help with fuel pump shut off switch

nope didnt changing wiring tomorrow
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