No kill switch on that van.
The ignition switch, or "killswitch," for a 1996 Chevy Cavalier is located inside the steering column. Replacing or repairing it requires disassembly of the steering column.
There is NO TYPE of kill switch on that truck what so ever.
Not sure if you mean a fuel pump cut off switch that shuts down the fuel in case of an impact.?. But if it is, just look in the trunk, sometimes behind the carpet or molding and you will find the reset. But actually I don't think that car has one, think that is controlled by the ecu. If you are not talking bout this, then the answer is no...there is not a "kill" or "interrupt" switch.
The kill switch location: When you seat in the drivers seat, the kill switch is located near the drivers inside left knee on the dashboard that slants away from the driver - it's a little black button.
The Kill switch is located under the left side of the dashboard in a Sonata GLS.
its covered by the plastic panel that holds the hatch switch and the hood release
It does not have a kill switch.It does not have a kill switch.
The KILL switch is in series with the ignition switch. When the KILL switch is open, the bike will not start.
Chrysler does not have a kill switchChrysler does not have a kill switch
Dodge doesn't use inerta/reset switches.
It doesn't have a "kill" switch.