The fuel pump cutoff switch is located behind the plastic panel to the left of the drivers foot well. On my car there is a label on the plastic panel identifying the location. Above the label is a finger hole to press the cutoff switch. The switch had to be removed (two screws) to reset it again.
It does not have an Inertia switch, Only for used them. You will need to remove the fuel pump relay or fuel pump fuse to shut the fuel pump off.
Dodge doesn't use fuel cutoff switches. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
GM vehicles are not equipped with an inertia switch.
There is not a fuel reset or cutoff switch on a Chevrolet.
Doesn't have one. That's a Ford thing.
Jeep's do not use inertia/reset switches.
GM vehicles do not have inertia/reset switches.
No, GM vehicles are not equipped with a fuel cut off inertia switch.
General Motors products do not use inertia/reset switches.
In the drivers footwell , on the side panel in front of the drivers door , there is an access hole for the switch
Dodges don't have them. That's a Ford thing