Where is the fuel cut off switch located?

mtckls
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Asked by mtckls Dec 13, 2013 at 10:25 PM about the 2003 Chrysler Town & Country Limited AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

van shut off, need to reset fuel sensor

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judge_roy
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well there's the ASD...automatic shut down relay~ no red button tho~

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judge_roy
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did you test the pump to make sure that it isn't burned...by checking with an ohm meter?

mtckls
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No, I didn't do that. Will now though! I replaced the battery today. It got me home and then decided it didn't want to start again. A mechanic told me that I probably have a pressure leak. Got it looked at and that was not the case. I'm going to do what you suggested and have the alternator tested tomorrow. Thank you for your help!

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