fuel

Asked by Apr 18, 2009 at 09:20 PM about the 1992 Ford Explorer 4 Dr XLT SUV

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

it cuts off like its not getting fuel . i changed the fuel pump and filter and fuse and relay .sometimes it runs and sometimes it doesnt.. any answers please help

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45

on certain vehicles there is a emergancy fuel shut off switch when u are in an accident or u hit somthing hard enough it triggers and shuts off u may have to replace the sensor

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Check the shut off switch behind the carpet on the passenger side of your rig make sure it is engauged fully there are no fancy sensors on a '92 but the switch itself could be to blame. There is a video on you tube if you search for a 1991 Ford Explorer it is an advertisement/ instructional video from ford themselves this will help you find the switch.

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45

might be the inertia switch from right kick panel

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