THERE IS NO FUEL CUT OFF SWITCH ON YOUR CELICA
GM vehicles are not equipped with an inertia switch.
Some vehicles are not equipped with a fuel cutoff switch. A 2000 GMC Jimmy is an example of a vehicle that does have a fuel cutoff switch.
Chevy does not use a fuel cutoff inertia switch.
To reset the fuel cutoff switch you press down on the button.
There is no fuel cutoff inertia switch on a GM vehicle.
It does not have a fuel pump cutoff switch.
No, there is not a fuel cutoff switch on a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution. Unfortunately, not all models of vehicles have fuel cutoff switches.
It does not have a fuel cutoff switch, you have to remove the fuel pump relay to disable the fuel pump.
General Motors products do not use inertia/reset switches
You push the button on the top of it down to reset it.
Yu can't cutoff your fuel.
The 1986 Mercury Marquis does not have a fuel cutoff switch. The fuel pump does have a fuse, of which could render it as nonworking.
Where is the fuel cut off switch for a Toyota Yaris?
Only the 4 cylinder has a cutoff switch; you will need to refer to a HAYNES manual if you have the 4 cylinder. The cutoff switch on this model is for fuel enrichment; if you have other problems you may have a pump/relay problem.
The 1999 Chevy Monte Carlo does have an emergency fuel cutoff switch. The emergency fuel cutoff switch can be found in the fuse box.
the emegerancy fuel pump cutoff switch would be in the trunk on the left side behind the carpet
The car was hit in the rear and now it won't start. I was thinking that it has a fuel cutoff switch but I do not have the owners manual.
The fuel cutoff switch, on your 1998 Chevrolet Blazer, can be found on top of the fuel injector pump. The fuel injector pump is on the back side of the engine near the top.
Dodge doesn't use fuel cutoff switches. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
Unlike Fords, Chevrolets do not have an emergency cutoff switch.
If you are referring to a fuel cutoff switch that operates in case of an accident or an overturn - yes, there is.
There is not a fuel cutoff switch or button on a Chevrolet.
Chrysler vehicles are not equipped with an fuel cut off inertia switch.