Where is battery switch geographically located on a 2001 ford explorer sport

Asked by Mar 17, 2014 at 10:35 PM about the 2001 Ford Explorer Sport 2WD

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you mean a fuel pump inertia kill switch maybe, their is no main battery disconnect unless aftermarket installed and that would be within 16 inches of the battery

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