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Q: I need to know where the fuel line kill switch is located

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I need the location of my fuel line kill switch

My car has 175000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hello. There is no fuel line kill switch for your particular vehicle. There is a fuel pump fuse which can act as a fuel line kill switch. It is located in the rear compartment fuse box. The rear compartment fuse box is located in the trunk of the vehicle near the driver side. The fuel pump fuse should be number 25 and the fuel pump relay should be number 37.

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