Where is the electronic fuel switch on a 2002 Lincoln Executive Towncar

Asked by Jun 11, 2015 at 10:37 AM about the 2002 Lincoln Town Car Executive

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It is in the trunk left hand side either on side wheel well or under carpet.

Actually the inertia switch is in a odd place for that particular car. It is inside the "B Pillar" on the left side, --- drivers side. "B pillar" means the pillar between the front and rear doors. You have to take the trim off. Then if if it has tripped you will see red on the stem of re-set button. Click for full screen

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There are no fuel lines to/from it. It's an electric switch shown here

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