It shouldn't go on and still start as I understand it. The fuel pump inertia switch it designed to shut the fuel pump off in case of a fuel leak or an accident. Inside the switch is a ball that is held magnetly rolls forward and engages a swith to stop fuel flow. It can be reset by by a button the top of the switch. It is located in the left rear of the trunk compartment.
when i spin the motor the fuel cut out light comes on. The injectors are getting fuel but the car want hit a lick
Check the fuel pump fuse in the fuse block of the engine bay.
if you are referring to a warning light on the dash that is for the fuel cutoff, then it means the fuel cutout switch located in the luggage compartment on the right side is tripped.
is the cutoff switch a normally open or normally closed switch ? If it a normally closed switch as it should be then the switch will need to activate with the ignition in order to supply fuel. There could be a problem with the fuel cutoff relay or a fuse. Also if you are using a non factory key then this might also happen.
A fuel cut-out in a Mercury Tracer 93 is a sensor which will check the fuel level or can prevent the flow of fuel and thus a car cannot move. When this happens, the fuel cut out light will come on.Ê
I would start off by changing your fuel filter and putting some Marvel's or Lucus Fuel treatment in.
Doesn't have one.
Because the "fuel cutout" unit is most likely lose and the ball inside it connects with the switches, hence making the light go on. Look in the rear on the drivers side behind the panel near to the floor and you should see an black little box with an red button sitting on a bracket with one bolt. If it is not it's loose and you will need to fasten it again.
Please be specific, if you mean the fuel cutout switch, it is located in the trunk near the below the Matt on the driver side. It will have a thin rubber housing with a button to depress.
If you mean a low fuel light, then NO.
You have low fuel,and a low battery, just taking a wild stab at it.
get a new alternater
Probably means you running out of fuel and need to get a refill.
Check there is power to the fuel pump via the connector at the tank. Check fuel pump relay and fuses related to this. Or if there is a fuel cutout switch on this somehwere. If not, then need a fuel pump.
The fuel cutout inertia switch is located under the kick panel in the passenger side footwell. There will be a red button to press.
you are low on fuel
Hello, Jamison here, Ford has A cut-out switch, Most of the time its in the trunk on the passenger side (NOT REALLY EASY TO FIND) But easy to reset, Look in your owners manual, Or call A ford dealer.............Jamison.
I share your pain when it comes to the fuel cutout light.. for me I came to the conclusion the computer was out of loop from all the stereo wiring that was done in the past.. this includes my idle sensor, oxygen sensor, ect... for cure your problem I would look to an expert to have your computer reset seems it cant be done without specialty equiptment..
The switch may not be functional, or may not be rest correctly. If the vehicle was in an accident, the fuel pump or wires might have been damaged. this could cause the switch to retrip.AnswerI'm sure it is, as when i put it to wrong position the light is on all the time, if i put it into right position the light is on only when I'm starting, and the engine is cranking. Any idea what else might be causing this?
The fuel cutout light has nothing to do with your battery level....if the level keeps flucuating (gauge needle going up and down) more than likely the alternator has a problem or you could have an electrical or grounding problem somewhere. I have all of the above at the moment. My gauges kept dancing up and down and then the alternator went. (Oh, the voltage regulator is built into the alternator, so you'll be replacing both at the same time if that's the problem.)
too uch air and fuel, turn the choke off too uch air and fuel, turn the choke off
fuel, distance to empty
because of fuel
While the probable answer is that the fuel cutout has been trigggered by some external shock, Another case where the light comes on is when the ignition switch has shorted. Open in the switch may not cause the same light. Shorted switch can cause the starter to become engaged anytime the gear selector (auto) is in park or nutral.Other shorts in the ignition switch can dump direct to ground without energizing the starter. A battery draw test would show voltage draw in this case but isolating voltage draw on modern cars is very hard with aftermarket or factory valet and alarms engaged. I don't know, but I had that once and had to find the button to reset it so I could start my car again. The button is in the trunk, on top on the right wheel well. Push it and your good to go...Maybe. Can the ignition switch still be bad even if it doesnt engage the started anytime, but its starting and the Fuel Cutout is lighted only when starting?