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Q: Where is the fuel pump shutoff? 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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where is the fuel pump shutoff located in a pt crusre 2005

My car has a manual transmission.

Hi - the (inertia) fuel pump cutoff switch is mounted on the rear face of the right (passenger), rear strut. Mounted against the strut mount tower with 2 bolts.

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