Where is the fuel shut off switch located?

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Asked by Oct 25, 2011 at 12:03 AM about the 1990 Ford F-150 S LB

Question type: General

The van has 2 fuel tanks. It has a switch under the steering column,front and
rear,for the gas tanks. I have replaced the spark plugs,alternator,battery,3
relays,the fuel pump and the fuel regulator. When i step on the gas it started.I
drove it and after 5-6 minutes it started to stall. I had to pull over  and let it sit.It
started again and then it started to stall again,i smelled no gas. It was making a
sound.My son said it wasn't backfiring,it was from under the hood,from the
sparkplugs. I need to know where the fuel pump shut off switch is located? Does it
just shut off by itself when one of the gas tanks gets hot or what?

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no FP shut off on a van,sounds like the fuel filter needs replaceing or the FP is getting week,also the cat converter could be stoped up causeing it to shut down.

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