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One shut off the gas /electric other emergency switch FIRST
The fuel pump shut off switch ( inertia switch ) is in the right front passenger footwell , behind the kick panel
If you don't smell gas or see gas leaking , press the button down on the top of your fuel pump shut off switch if it has popped up ( the switch is located in the right front passenger's footwell by the kick panel )
It depends on what the button does , In my cases it was an emergency switch to shut off the electricity to the shop equipment or a emergency shut off switch to shut off the natural gas to the outlets used for the bunson burners in the lab
The fuel pump shut off switch on a 2002 Ford Explorer is in the right front passenger area footwell, to the right,mounted on the kick panel. If you do not smell gas or have any gas leaking, push the button down that has popped up at the top of the switch.
A very dirty fuel filter could cause that.
No inertis switch on a Dodge. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
The fuel pump inertia switch (shut off switch) is in the right front passenger area. It is to the right of the transmission hump , just under the edge of the carpet on the toe board. If you don't see any gas leaking or smell gas , press the button down if it has popped up on the top of the switch.
The fuel shut off switch turns off the flow of fuel to the engine in case of an accident. This prevents a puddle of gas forming under the car, which in the case of a front end accident, can be REALLY bad.
The fuel pump inertia ( shut off ) switch is in the right front passenger footwell , if you don't smell gas or see gas leaking , push the button down on the top of the switch if it has popped up . Turn your ignition key to the RUN position for a few seconds then shut it off , recheck for any gas smell / fuel leaks , if none , go ahead and start the engine
In the right front passenger footwell , by the kick panel